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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night everyone

    Well it's been a cracking few days of football hasn't it? Superb stuff.

    We are off for a lie down but it will soon be time for Real Madrid v Man City. The fun never stops.

    Over and out. 

  2. 'We showed three years of work'

    Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (Agg 2-2)

    More from Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone, speaking to BT: "Once the game reached the end we expected one more counter attack because we knew we needed one more chance.

    "I'm proud of what has happened to this club. We are beating the best teams in the world. Over the course of 180 minutes we showed the work of three years. 

    "I hope that destiny will eventually help us in the final. It doesn't matter, who we play."

  3. 'Like a movie, it was thrilling'

    Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (Agg: 2-2)

    Diego Simeone

    Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone, speaking to BT Sport: "Very emotional. It was a very good first half by Bayern, they're a great team. The missed penalty gave us life. 

    "We had to change a bit from the first leg in terms of how we played and we showed our strengths as a team. The penalty miss by Torres hurt us but in the end it was like a movie, thrilling, with five minutes extra time." 

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    SMS Message: I can't understand why everyone is celebrating a team who are overly aggressive, overly defensive and whose main aim is to nullify the opposition. Simeone is the Tony Pulis of the champions league from Bill from Belfast
    Bill from Belfast
  5. Post update

    Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone says that Thomas Muller's missed penalty 'gave us life.'


    If Atletico Madrid go on to win the Champions League they will be the first new winners since Chelsea in 2012.

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    I think we need a reality check there Jon...

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    Diego Simeone

    Jon Saka, Portsmouth: I think Leicester would not turn down the chance to snap up Simeone if Ranieri isn't able to maintain the status quo next season. Diego and the Foxes would be a perfect fit each other, given their playing styles and Leicester's current squad!

  9. 'We are ready to fight with everyone'

    Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (Agg: 2-2)

    More from Fernando Torres, speaking to BT Sport: "Sometimes when you play against a super team like Bayern you can't play the way you want, they play so quick, they had control in the first half and we suffered a lot, but in the second half we wanted to do the opposite, to have counter attacks and press high. In the end we got the goal.

    "We want to win. We have a chance to write the history that nobody at Atletico has. It doesn't matter who the opponent in the final is. We are ready to fight with everyone."

  10. What faces Manchester City?

    Real Madrid v Man City (Agg: 0-0)

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs & England midfielder

    "It is very hard not to be overawed when you step out on to the pitch at the Bernabeu and look around you - the stadium just keeps going up and up for what feels like forever.

    "It is a special place, and it will be full of Real Madrid fans screaming their side on, so it is vital Manchester City handle the occasion as much as the opposition on Wednesday."

    Read more from Jermaine here.

  11. 'Pep's taken Bayern backwards'

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    SMS Message: Pep has only had to rebuild a team once, and he had the best player ever to build around, he's taken Bayern backwards, City will be a real challenge for him, they will be the worst team he's managed by a distance and they need a major overhaul and no Messi to build it around from Lucas, London
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  12. 'One step closer'

    Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (Agg: 2-2)

    Fernando Torres

    Atletico Madrid strikerFernando Torres, speaking to BT Sport: "It was very intense. We are so proud of this team, it is fully deserved. We've beaten some of the best teams in Europe, now we're one step closer to the dream we all have."

  13. Simeone Selfie

    Diego Simeone takes a selfie

    What iconic sporting moment wouldn't be complete without a selfie...


    Interestingly, Fernando Torres says that he thought he was fouled outside of the box for his penalty.


    Bayern Munich fan

    Cheer up! It's not all bad, you can still do the double...

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    Adam Pake: Fernando Torres must be the luckiest footballer ever though: gets sent off in quarter-final, misses a pen in the semi-final, team still makes it to final...

    Ibrahim Urooj S: You heard it here first: Carlo to win it with Bayern next year. Doing to Bayern / Pep what he did to Real / Mourinho.

  17. Call home Diego!


    Diego Simeone is out on the pitch, all alone, talking/shouting down his mobile. A huge beaming smile is across his face. You don't see him that happy very often. 

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    Viv: Wouldn't like to be in Pep's place at the post-match interview. Media backlash.He's lost three semi-finals to three La Liga clubs in his three seasons.

    KoloKK: So, it wasn't about Pep at Barcelona after all. It was Messi + Iniesta + Xavi.

    Jamey C Barron: City picked the wrong boss. Conte to Chelsea, Jose to United (hope not!)... So who goes for Simeone? Arsenal?

  19. 'They were the better team'


    Atletico Madrid goalscorer Antoine Griezmann: "We’re delighted. It was difficult, a really hard game, we had a great opponent in front of us and we had to both defend and try to score. That’s what we did.

    "They were better, but we scored an away goal, which was important. We need to keep grounded and first of all think of the Liga before the final."

    Antoine Griezmann

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "Atletico Madrid's players have come back onto the pitch to celebrate with their fans.

    "The visitors from Spain are mostly housed up in the Gods in the very top tier behind a goal. "After dancing in front of this main body of fans for a few minutes, the Atleti players then noticed a smaller cluster on the far side and the entire squad went over to celebrate with them too. "It was a lovely moment and shows how much spirit this club has. They may not be one of the traditional big boys in Spain, but Diego Simeone has created a phenomenal team."