"In football, you have to suffer", Zidane said. "In these two matches, we showed just how effective we are", Kroos added. But it was also credit to Benzema, whose weaving run led to Isco's decisive goal against Atletico Madrid in the semis a year ago and who scored the victor in 2014, also in the semis, also against Bayern, in a 1-0 win in the first leg. France may be wondering what they will be missing at the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.
Marco Asensio would then replace Ronaldo who had twisted his ankle and minutes later Barcelona restored their lead through Lionel Messi who escaped Ramos to curl in the second goal.
"Real Madrid have now started preparations for el Clasico in La Liga", the club announced on its website.
"I'm sorry for my team and for you fans".
Meanwhile, the Whites' right back Spaniard Dani Carvajal missed the training session as he recovered from the hamstring injury he sustained in the first leg match against Bayern.
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He made key saves early on and did not give the energetic Vegas crowd anything to cheer about for most of the period. Starting with their first game on October 6 in Dallas, you can argue Vegas has won every pivotal game in its path.
The Brazilian blocked a shot from Kimmich in the penalty area at the end of the first half with the score at 1-1 but Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir gave a corner instead.
Joshua Kimmich scored for Bayern in the third minute to set the stage for another comeback at the Santiago Bernabeu, like the one Juventus almost pulled off in the quarterfinals before Ronaldo converted an injury-time penalty.
Bayern fought back to 2-2, through on-loan James Rodriguez, having led at the Santiago Bernabeu, but they were unable to find a decisive third goal, and were subsequently eliminated. " BAYERN KEEPER CAN'T EXPLAIN COSTLY MISTAKE Bayern Munich goalkeeper Sven Ulreich "can't explain" how he made a crucial mistake that allowed Real Madrid score asecond goal".
Ulreich yesterday apologised for the blunder, writing on his Instagram page: "Words cannot describe how disappointed I am about exiting the Champions League".
"We were the best team in both games but we were not able to reach the final", Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes said.