Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick to become the first man to score 100 Champions League goals as holder Madrid completed a 4-2 win Tuesday, going through 6-3 on aggregate.
"Barcelona's Pique has always been vocal about his dislike of Real Madrid and the Spanish centre-back didn't hold back last night as well when he tweeted "." after Cristiano Ronaldo scored an offside goal against Bayern Munich.
Much like the first leg, Madrid weathered the early storm and had plenty of chances to go in front before half time.
Ancelotti, who left Real after two seasons in 2015 having won the Champions League in the previous campaign, felt the Germans had done themselves proud despite the final result.
"Sometimes when he doesn't score we wonder what's happening to him".
Vidal said: "It is very tough when they steal a game from you like that - two goals offside and me wrongly sent off".
Bayern's effort in taking the game to a 3-3 draw after two sets of 90 minutes was despite missing key players Mats Hummels and Robert Lewandowski from the first game.
"Perhaps the fans won't boo him any more, but this is the Bernabeu and it can happen from time to time and he knows that", said the former France captain. Never. I'm not bothered about anything else, but I don't want them to whistle me.
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"The referee's task is quite hard, whether it's for or against us I won't get into it", Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said.
'Maybe it's better to meet Monaco or Real, who will spend significant energy in the fight for the league, ' the 39-year-old told Mediaset Premium.
London [U.K], April 19: Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is likely to miss the rest of the football season after suffering a left foot injury against Tuesday's clash against Real Madrid. "There are decisions that have penalised us a lot".
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has paid tribute to the Bayern Munich fans who cheered his son scoring a goal on the Bernabeu pitch after their Champions League quarter-final second-leg.
Bayern has now been eliminated in four straight seasons by Spanish sides.
Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti said Uefa must swiftly introduce video technology.
Just what Ronaldo deserved - his goals may have been offside, but he was once again the hero.