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Summary

  1. Juventus will face Barcelona in final on 6 June
  2. Ronaldo penalty gives Real the lead on night
  3. Morata levels from inside penalty area
  4. No team retained the trophy since 1990
  5. Vote on where you think Bale will be playing next season

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Great display from Juventus then to book a final place against Barcelona. The inquest at Real Madrid will be long and painful for some. BBC Sport will bring you all of the reaction but we are saying goodnight.

'I wish I'd scored against another team'

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Juventus' former Real striker Alvaro Morata: "I didn't celebrate the goal, I was never going to.

Alvaro Morata
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"It was a bittersweet and strange sensation for me. These two games have been difficult for me. I want to thank the Madrid fans, I wish I had scored against another team.

"My former team-mates want us to win and they wished me the best. Just like in Turin, it was hard for me at times tonight but I had to focus my head quickly. That's what football is like."

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I wouldn't say an Italian side reaching the final was a surprise but the Coppa Italia final is scheduled for Sunday 7 June - that's the day after the Champions League final.

Juventus v Lazio? That needs a rejig.

Fabio Borini obviously didn't have much faith in reaching the Champions League final this season...

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Liverpool striker Fabio Borini on Twitter: Nice to finally see an Italian Club in the champions league final! Congratulations Juventus fc. I guess We need a big screen at the wedding.

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This tweet has just resurfaced from last summer - I don't fancy Leeds' chances of getting Max this summer after he guided Juve to the final in Berlin...

Bale vote

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The vote on Gareth Bale's future has closed, you voted in massive numbers so thanks for that.

Most people still think Bale will remain at Real Madrid but interestingly that number got smaller and smaller as the night wore on. It was nudging 60% before kick-off...

'I don't know if I will be here next season'

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Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti on Sky Sports: "I don't know if I will be here next season. We have 15 days left and two games, after that we will speak with the club.

Carlo Ancelotti
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"We lost the game in the first leg. Tonight we played at our best, we were unlucky we had lots of opportunities but we were unlucky. I thought Gareth Bale played better, he worked hard as did the team. We did our best."

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Carlo Ancelotti has just been asked about his future...

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Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon: "We're not going to Berlin just to make up the numbers. This final is a massive opportunity."

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Barcelona striker Luis Suarez will come up against Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini in the final then.

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'See you in Berlin...'

Suarez bit Chiellini at the World Cup and earned a nine-match and four-month ban from football.

Suarez will also come up against Juve left-back Patrice Evra. Suarez was handed an eight-match ban and a £40,000 fine by the Football Association after being found guilty of

racially abusing Manchester United's Evra in 2011.

Plenty to talk/write about in the next month then...

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Harvy355: Sure to be a very tasty final #Suarez #Chiellini

Raoul Bery: Looking forward to Suarez vs Chiellini part 2. And Suarez vs Evra part god knows how many.

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Scott Dann has been named Crystal Palace's player of the year by the way. Don't want you to miss that one.

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Jurgen Klopp at Real Madrid? I'm not sure if that would be a recipe for disaster or a romance in the making...

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Faisal B: With Ancelotti banned from the sidelines for the next two matches, this might be the last time he stood there as Madrid's coach.

Shohidur Rahman: That has just confirmed the sacking of Ancelotti. Klopp??

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Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Pirlo won the World Cup in Berlin nine years ago.

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The coolest man in town...

A very nice little double on the cards?

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Juventus on Twitter: "Anyone made plans for Saturday 6 June? Best to cancel them."

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Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Still plenty of Real Madrid fans in their seats at the Bernabeu. Disbelief. It wasn't meant to be this way!

Maybe it is better to lose tonight than get hammered by Barcelona in Berlin though?

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Gareth Bale had seven shots tonight - only PSG's Edinson Cavani had more on a single game this season (at home vs APOEL)

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Brad Peterson: Not sure why everyone keeps calling Juventus a surprise package. Had no one seen the quality of their team? Sleeping giants.

Ola: Juve turn back the times.

Josh Brigham: Juventus were better over the two legs, for all their might, all their star quality, Real Madrid, Galacticos you were not.

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Juventus reached six European finals (3 Uefa, 3 CL) in the 1990s, one in the 2000s and now one in the 2010s. The Old Lady is rocking.

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Giorgio Chiellini is in the stands with he away fans! Lap it up.

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

The cameras zoom in on Gareth Bale and Iker Casillas. Once again you fear they may face the savagery of the Spanish media. Casillas at fault for the Juventus goal. Bale guilty of missing a host of decent second-half chances.

His agent may have complained that nobody passed to Bale - they certainly did in the second half...

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Count Crackoola: Plenty for Suarez to bite on June 6. Evra and Chiellini to face Barca in the CL finals

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BreakingJUVENTUS INTO CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Gianluigi Buffon leads the celebrations as Cristiano Ronaldo sprints off the pitch. Superb display from Juventus - they will face Barcelona in Berlin on Saturday 6 June.

FULL-TIME

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Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Tears in the eyes of a Real Madrid fan as Juve hammer a clearance away. Iker Casillas on halfway, takes a throw-in and it's a foul throw! Dear oh dear.

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Luka Modric and Sami Khedira look on from the seats as Real continue to toil away. NINETY SECONDS to go now.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has gone missing. Last seen sulking on the left wing, the side is built around him but the foundations look suspect now...

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Carlos Tevez keeps it, into the corner. Great pro. FOUR MINUTES added on. Four minutes from Berlin...

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It's now or never for Real Madrid. The Jimmy Glass zone...

CLOSE!

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Paul Pogba to seal it - saved by Iker Casillas! Pogba hammers in a shot but it's right at Casillas. You'd expect him to save those.

Juve then replace Pogba with Roberto Pereyra. They can smell the final now....

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Ancelotti and Isco
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The last three minutes of Real Madrid's season?

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Quality from Paul Pogba, taking his team 50 yards up the pitch and eating up 35 seconds or more, precious time and precious yardage. He collects a headed clearance and runs and runs with it, no support whatsoever but he drives at the retreating defenders and earns himself a free-kick. Well played!

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Where are you Cristiano Ronaldo? Your team needs you...

CLOSE!

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Gareth Bale keeps on buying those raffle tickets, flashing a drive wide from 25 yards.

Alvaro Morata is jeered off as he is replaced by Fernando Llorente. Has Morata secured the flights to Berlin?

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Omar: Curtains for Madrid? Sure looks like it. Fitness is Juve's biggest hurdle now.

Keith Punter: Time to 'Bale' out??

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Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Real take a corner quickly, and poorly, right at Gigi Buffon. Sergio Ramos is absolutely fuming in the middle!

Real eight minutes from elimination.

Real Madrid 1-1 Juventus (Agg: 2-3)

Franco Baresi in 1990
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Holders Real Madrid are 10 minutes away from going out. AC Milan in 1990 were the last side to retain the European Cup.

SUBSTITUTION

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Juventus manager Allegri
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Juventus send on centre-half and all-round war horse Andrea Barzagli for Andrea Pirlo. That is the sound of a shop shutting up....

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Road to Berlin
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I wonder who Barcelona actually want to play in the final? They are 13 minutes away from facing Juventus unless Real Madrid find a goal. All three results are on the cards. Like a good Test match on the final day.