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  1. Real reach record 15th final after Isco goal
  2. Last European tie at the Vicente Calderon
  3. Atletico had gone 2-0 up in thrilling start
  4. Arsenal up to fifth with 2-0 win at Southampton

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By Mike Henson

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Road to History in Old Traford #dreamtheater #sigamossoñando

Road to History in Old Traford #dreamtheater #sigamossoñando

Right, tomorrow night sees Manchester United make their play for a European final. They lead Celta Vigo 1-0 from the away leg.

We will have all the updates and audio from the 'Dream Theater' right here.

See you then.

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This was the Real Madrid post-match celebration that went down like a lead balloon with the Atletico Madrid fans who had hung around in the Vicente Calderon.

It is not quite Greame Souness planting a Galatasaray flag in the middle of Fenerbahce pitch, but not the most tactful display on their last visit to the Vicente Calderon.

Meanwhile the Atletico fans were also sheltering beneath their own seats. Without sitting down.

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'Sanchez can surprise anyone'

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal


Arsene Wenger

More from Arsene Wenger on his Arsenal goalscorers: "Sanchez is tricky in a short space. He’s always got invention and can surprise anybody. 

"Olivier is a fantastic player. It's difficult for me at the moment between Danny Welbeck and Olivier Giroud. There's a great team spirt and it's always harsh on the one that doesn't play." 

On Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who went off injured: "We don’t know how bad it is. It’s a tight hamstring. We’ll know more in the next 48 hours."

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Dave Wood: Surely Buffon can't go through his career without a Champions League winners medal? He can't, can he?

"It’s a shame and a big frustration"

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal


Claude Puel

Southampton manager Claude Puel speaking to Match of the Day: “It’s often the same against the big six. We cannot find a win. Every time we play good quality football with chances but without the clinical edge and it’s harsh on the players. 

"For me, we deserved a minimum a draw and maybe a win. For them, in one situation, they scored. It’s difficult to accept.

"We know the top six have solutions. We have good players and young players who can improve. It was interesting for many moments but it’s important to score. It’s a shame and a big frustration. It was another game against the top six side without reward."

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Dave Payn: Juventus have been supremely consistent this season in all areas. Can't see anything but a Juve win in the final. 

Wenger praises 'dynamic' Arsenal

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to Match of the Day after his side's win over Southampton: "We were focused and I felt that when we suffered we stuck together. 

"We have another clean sheet and I know we can go forward and score goals. The whole team was dynamic, focused and showed a convincing desire to win the game."

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Ian Rush and John Charles?

Or Gareth Bale?

Which way will the local support sway?

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Cech on the race for the Champions League

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Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech told Match of the Day: "Every game we try to give ourselves a chance. We shot ourselves in the foot against Tottenham and we are aware we need to win all the remaining games to be in the race (for the Champions League). 

"We had a big game against United and then here, where historically we haven’t done that well in the league.

"It was tough in the first half but then we found the opening and deserved to win."

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Steve McManaman

Former Real Madrid winger on BT Sport

It was a special night to be here. The fans made the atmosphere amazing for the last European night at the Vicente Calderon. 

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This is a photo taken a few moments before the missiles started raining down towards the Real Madrid team as they attempted to celebrate with the top tier and ignore the bottom.

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Rio Ferdinand

Former England defender on BT Sport

Real are in the final again and deservedly so. It's been a masterful performance from them across this competition. 

The goal really killed off the tie and Isco was the best player over the two ties.

It wasn't even Ronaldo who starred tonight. It was Benzema, Modric, Isco - they all shone tonight. 

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There are some real end-of-term scenes at the Vicente Calderon.

The Real Madrid players have come back out to celebrate with their small band of travelling fans in the upper tier.

Unfortunately for them some of the Atletico Madrid fans have also hung around. And they are on the lower tier and within object-chucking range. 

Meanwhile other Atletico Madrid fans have ripped up some of the seats to shelter from the rain.

They still have another game to go at the ground.

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal

While Atletico and Real have been sorting out their differences at the Vicente Calderon, Arsenal have eased aside Southampton in the Premier League via goals from Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud.

The Gunners are three points behind Manchester City in fourth and four behind Liverpool in third. The kicker might be that they have a game in hand on Liverpool. 

We will bring you all the reaction from that one right here.

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Conor McNamara

BBC commentator on 5 live

The rain in Spain falls mainly on the game... 

That result doesn't tell the full story. It was so exciting at 2-0 but that crucial away goal changed everything. 

It's not been a bad first full season for Zinedine Zidane. 


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Real Madrid's players huddle up and celebrate a 15th European Cup final and the chance to defend their title.

Juventus in Cardiff on 3 June is the date in their diary.

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Dan Washbourne: To say he's practically chiselled from rock these days, it's funny how a stiff breeze could still knock Ronaldo over.

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Keylor Navas makes a sprawling stop to tip Antonie Griezmann's skidding shot wide.

Diego Simeone is still leading the cheers on the sidelines as Atletico's fans keep bouncing like Zebedee.

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 Zinedine Zidane looks like he has been thrown in a swimming pool, standing in a saturated suit on the sidelines.

Diego Simeone has found an overcoat as lightning forks across the Madrid sky. Home advantage I guess.

Toni Kroos sees a shot deflected wide


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Alvaro Morata comes on in Real Madrid's last change.

It has started absolutely bucketing down by the way. Sheets and rods stuff.

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Gabi's cross would clear Peter Crouch on Jan Koller's shoulders, never mind the diminutive Antoine Griezmann.

Hope disappearing, but not one of the home fans.

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Capital R: This is what I love about Atletico fans, even though they are losing on aggregate, they still sing their hearts out! 


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Atletico Madrid are chasing and yapping. 

But frustration is getting the better of them. 

Angel Correa goes into the book for a off-the-ball barge on Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Zinedine Zidane directs traffic from the sidelines, as impassive as an Easter Island statue.

His side are suffocating life out of this tie. On the ball and in control.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane

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Atleti are up against an even more ruthless opponent than Real now - time itself.

Two more goals are not enough for them. Real would still go through on away goals.

They need three for a knockout blow and less than 10 minutes remain.


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Agonising for Atletico.

Kevin Gameiro is stationed a yard from goal and seems favourite to reach Angel Correa's low cross first, but somehow Sergio Ramos snakes out a leg to get in front of his man and divert the ball to safety.

Superb defending, less than stellar striking.


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Changes from both sides.

Angel Correa comes on for Koke in the Atletico Madrid midfield.

Meanwhile Marco Asensio and Lucas Vazquez are on for Real.

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Karim Benzema goes close twice in a matter of moments, first directing a header just wide, before Thomas Partay manages to nick it off his toe as the Frenchman jinks through a pack of defenders.

Karim Benzema is tackled

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Atletico Madrid need three. 

They managed two in the first 16 minutes so dont' write them off just yet. Soon perhaps, but not just yet.

Antoine Griezmann fires wide from a tight angle and an ambitious shot.


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The old Paul Scholes corner routine from Real Madrid as they clip the ball back to the edge of the box for Luka Modric to volley.

The Croatia international hits it a bobbler that finds into way into the bottom corner. 

But Real's celebrations are halted. There is an offside flag with the linesman sure that Cristiano Ronaldo, taking a massive swipe at the ball as it went past him in an offside position, has interfered with play.

Ronaldo denies any involvement in the 'goal'. Which is rare.


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A huge chance for Atletico. Make that two!

Yannick Carrasco hustles Casemiro out of possession as he attempts to shepherd the ball back to the Real goalkeeper.

He bares down on goal, but hits his shot too close to Keylor Navas.

The ball loops up invitingly to Kevin Gameiro, but the substitute heads neither down or into the corners and Navas is back on his feet in a flash to block.

Kevin Gameiro misses a chance for Atletico

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We are into the final half hour. 

Atletico need three unanswered goals to turn this tie on its head and progress.

It's not impossible, but their next goal needs to arrive soon you feel.

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Gabi chops down Casemiro when the ball was long gone.

The Atletico captain has already been booked and Real counterpart Sergio Ramos is quick to check that the Turkish referee has not forgotten the fact.

So helpful to the officials that guy.

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The Atletico hardcore are still bouncing and singing.

They didn't let a 3-0 defeat in the Bernabeu stop them, they are sure not going to stop when they are beating their rivals in the last derby in the Vicente Calderon.

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Cristiano Ronaldo clatters a shot into the hoardings as the ball whizzes across from out wide.

Atletico need five - i.e three more goals - as it stands.

If Real score again, they really are over the horizon and out of sight.


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Diego Simeone shakes the dice.

Off comes Fernando Torres to be replaced by Kevin Gameiro. Thomas Partay is on for Jose Gimenez at full-back.

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Should have played it.

Isco opts to shoot from the edge of the Atletico D rather than lay the ball wider to the unmarked Marcelo.

The ball trundles wide and Isco offers a hand of apology.