UEFA Champions League, Quarter-Finals, Second Legs

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Here is a brief recap of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second legs. Atletico Madrid held Leicester to a 1-1 draw, advancing on aggregate, 2-1. Cristiano Ronaldo netted yet another hat-trick as Real Madrid defeated Bayern Munich, 4-2 in a thrilling match decided in extra time (6-3 Real on aggregate). Monaco stunned Dortmund, 3-1, with 18-year-old Kylian Mbappe becoming the first ever player to score in each of his first four UCL knockout matches (6-3 Monaco on aggregate). Over at the Camp Nou, Barcelona’s hopes of another miracle comeback were crushed by Juventus’ impenetrable defense, who held the Spanish giants goalless and advanced 3-0 on goal differential. The semi-final teams are set, but only one can lift the trophy. Make sure you check back soon for my recap of the semi-final action.

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