Real Madrid has reached the semifinals of the Champions League after the Spanish titans managed to survive Borussia Dortmund’s series of attacks during their 2nd leg match which was played at the Signal-Iduna Park in Dortmund.

Cristiano Ronaldo appeared on the sidelines of the squad as he was still recovering from an injury he had suffered a few days ago and even though the absence of the Portuguese midfielder was being felt by Real Madrid, Carlo Ancelotti and his players barely managed on leaving the pitch with an aggregate score of 3-2 which is just enough for them to advance into the semifinals of the European tournament.

Marco Reus scored the opening goal of the match as he took advantage of a mistake from Pepe who instead of clearing the ball away from danger, the defender headed it back to Reus who only had Iker Casillas left to beat and slipped it into the net.

13 minutes later and Marco Reus netted his 2nd and last goal of the entire match as he took full advantage of a rebound as he slammed it past the Real Madrid defender as they tried to stop the ball from entering the net but failed on doing so.

The match continued rolling on but Real Madrid did not concede any further goals which unfortunately for Borussia Dortmund, they needed at least 1 more goal in order to stay in fighting in the Champions League.

The players of Jurgen Klopp went upfront for the last few minutes of the match as they tried pressuring Real Madrid hoping to steal the ball and somehow find a way to score the crucial last goal but it never arrived as Real Madrid advanced into the semifinals stages and knocked out Borussia Dortmund