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The Real Madrid star became the first player to reach a century in the competition with a hat-trick in Tuesday's 4-2 quarter-final second-leg win over Bayern Munich at Santiago Bernabeu.
Muller claims referee Viktor Kassai and his assistants disrupted the flow of the game with their questionable calls, during crucial periods of play for the Bundesliga champions - as Ronaldo appeared to scored two goals from offside positions.
Ancelotti made the case for video technology immediately after the game, saying the mistakes were unacceptable for the Champions League quarterfinals.
However, Bayern were also beneficiaries from refereeing decisions as they were gifted a non-existent penalty in the first leg and earned another spot-kick in the second meeting which was far from certain. He is unique and we are happy for him and for the team.
But Arturo Vidal was sent off with a controversial second booking, and they eventually lost 4-2 - 6-3 on aggregate - to miss out on the biggest club prize in Europe.
Violence flared after the local authorities tried to remove banners German fans were displayed during an eventful last eight tie, that was finally decided by a glut of goals for the home side in extra time.
Bayern then conceded three in extra-time, two of which were scored by Ronaldo as he completed his hat-trick, but both should arguably have been ruled out for offside, per The Telegraph. "I think everyone was a witness to a game that wrote history today", Rummenigge said.
"The referee probably wasn't up to the task", said the Italian, a former Real boss.
"I spoke to the referee after the game".
"The 1999 final [against Manchester United] in Barcelona, unfortunately a defeat that hurt us a lot".
"We knew that, if we didn't play really well, Bayern can score goals on any pitch", he said.
"I feel very emotional, it was very special to say goodbye to the Bernabeu on a great Champions League night like this", he added. In a game of such intensity the result can not be decided by the referee. Robert Lewandowski was also incorrectly pulled back for offside when Boateng sent a long ball through for what would have been a good chance for Bayern.
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But United will not need a strong league finish if they win the competiton and, on this gritty showing, it's in their grasp. We played amazingly well, it was a great result and a good feeling for everyone, but now we play a crucial match.