Real Madrid vs. Dortmund: Live Score, Highlights for Champions League Semifinal
Robert Lewandowski becomes the first player since Messi to score 4 goals against Real Madrid as he leads Dortmund to a 4-1 victory, Real Madrid's worst loss since November 2010. Real Madrid now needs to make up three goals without conceding an away goal to advance.
Real Madrid suffers their worst loss since November 2010 as they're routed 4-1 in the 1st league of the Champions League semifinal.
FT Borussia Dortmund 4, Real Madrid 1. What a show we've seen these past two days. Bundesliga staking a major claim as the best in the world— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) April 24, 2013
Raphael Varane's shot in the box is wide left.
90' 4 minutes added time— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) April 24, 2013
Cristiano runs through on goal but is denied by a superb sprawling save by Weidenfeller.
Remember when everyone was looking forward to two great Champions League semifinals? You know, 26 hours ago?— Andrew Das (@AndrewDasNYT) April 24, 2013
At 84' this one is all but over.
Double sub for Dortmund: Kehl and Grosskreutz on for Kuba and Piszczek— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) April 24, 2013
Kaka comes on for Alonso.
Updated match stats so far at 79'
CHANCE: Ozil finds Khedira, but Weidenfeller is out to snuff that chance. 15 to play, 4-1— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) April 24, 2013
70' Lewandowski booked— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) April 24, 2013
Overhead angle of Lewandowski's fourth goal.
Lewandowski scores his fourth goal of the day on the penalty kick.
Xabi runs right into Reus in the box as the ball is lofted over him, it's a clear PK.— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) April 24, 2013
Mesut Özil earns the yellow card for shoving.
BIG SAVE: Lopez, one-handed flop over the bar on a shot from Gundogan Super attempt, left-footed top corner. 3-1— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) April 24, 2013
Match stats after Lewandowski's third goal.
Superb from the big man. Another £10 million on Lewandowski's price now. The best Polish player since Grzegorz Lato?— Ed Aarons (@ed_aarons) April 24, 2013
Lewandowski's third goal of the day gives Dortmund some breathing space.
GOAL! There's his hat-trick - Lewandowski makes it 3-1 to Dortmund.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) April 24, 2013
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