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  1. Dogged Leicester take one-goal deficit into second leg
  2. Griezmann slots home controversial penalty after Albrighton brings him down
  3. Albrighton challenge appeared to be outside the box
  4. Huth booked and will miss the return leg
  5. Latest: Bayern Munich (Vidal) 1-2 Real Madrid (Ronaldo 2)
  6. Vidal blasts penalty over the bar, Javi Martinez sent off

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By Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all folks...

    So, Leicester are still firmly in this. Bayern less so. But it is advantage Spain.

    That is all from us for tonight. Thanks for joining us.


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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    These are the Atletico and Leicester heatmaps, showing possession across the pitch. Not a lot going on in that Madrid box...

    Atletico v Leicester heatmaps
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    Bayern Munich 1-2 Real Madrid

    Not the best night for Bayern's fans. Football can be a cruel mistress.

    Bayern fans
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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    This is the most energetic thing Atletico Madrid keeper Jan Oblak did all night...

    Kasper Schmeichel and Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak after the game
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    AndyMac: Leicester would take that result all day long? Shakespeare showed his naivety as a coach but a 1-0 deficit isn't insurmountable.

    Hishaam Habib: Leicester still have a fighting chance. Proved they could go toe to toe with Atlético away from home.  

    Andrew Johnson: Leicester proving you need a relaxed league campaign to do well in CL. So chill out, flirt with relegation and enjoy CL.  

    Leicester plays applaud the fans
  6. Shakespeare speaks

    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare, speaking to BT Sport: "I think 1-0, we would have taken that before the game. We came for an away goal but you saw how good a team Madrid are. The tie is still alive."

    On the penalty: "I think it is a disappointing moment, a key moment. The referee has to get that one right. You can't guess. It is a definite free-kick but outside the box. Refs have a hard job but you want the key decisions correct.

    On Robert Huth's booking, which bans him for the second leg: "We were always on the tightrope with people like Robert as he is competitive and it was a competitive game."

    On their chances in the tie: "The message is that mentally and physically we have been in a game and have given a good account of ourselves. I have seen enough throughout the squad. We know what we are about at the King Power and know what we need to do."

    Craig Shakespeare
  7. The game's pivotal moment

    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Difficult to see from this, but here is the game's defining moment at the Vicente Calderon - Albrighton's clumsy challenge (outside the box) and Griezmann's tumble, which ended inside the box.

    Griezmann goes down
  8. Leicester dream is still alive

    Phil Neville

    Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5 live

    Leicester fought like tigers, they blocked the two strikers and limited the chances to Griezmann and Torres, and a horrendous penalty decision has ultimately cost them.

    I didn't think Leicester had a chance coming out here and I didn't expect this performance. But speaking to the supporters while I've been out here they believe they can do it and they're up and running and the dream is still alive.

    They were absolutely fantastic.

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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester midfielder Andy King, speaking to BT Sport: "To come here and still be in the game was the objective. We can take them back to ours and hopefully turn over the deficit, like the last tie.

    "We know we are strong at home and I am sure we can cause them problems."

    Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, speaking to BT Sport: "It [the penalty] has ruined out game plan. It is tough to take when it is so clear. We should have had something from this but we have to accept it. They might have scored from what should have been a free-kick but it is easier to score from a penalty.

    "A few yellows flying about. Robert Huth will be a big miss. he is a top-class defender."

    Leicester players applaud
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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester didn't manage a shot on target all game in the Vicente Calderon, but that wasn't really the purpose of tonight. They simply had to stay in the tie. They have done that. The King Power will be entirely different story.

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    Bayern Munich 1-2 Real Madrid

    Advantage Real. They will take a lead back to the Bernabeu. Bayern lost Javi Martínez to two yellows with the score at 1-1. The tie could well have gone with him. 

    Bayern Munich"s Arjen Robben and Bayern Munich"s Jerome Boateng look dejected
    Neuer of Bayern looks dejected

    Bayern Munich 1-2 Real Madrid

    Goal! No.. flag is up! That was almost tie over. Sergio Ramos powers a header home from a free-kick but he was offside. Bayern are clinging on to their place in this competition.


    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    They have seen it out. City will take this, thank you very much. Just the penalty that should not have been separates the two sides. We go to the King Power, where Leicester will believe they have a real chance of securing a spot in the semis.

    Schmeichel with manager Craig Shakespeare
    Shakespeare with the officials
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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Koke floats a cross-field pass out of play. Is that the last attack? Have Leicester seen it out with minimum damage?

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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester, camped inside their own box, are just two minutes if injury time away from a really good result - one that keeps them firmly in this tie.

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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester hearts in mouths. Angel Correa collects the ball in the Leicester box, on the left, and jinks past two challenges before poking a low cross right along the face of goal. Fortunately for the visitors there is no home player there to finish it.

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    Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester

    Can Leicester get the reward their backs-to-the-wall, hard-working display deserves? They are three minutes (plus added time) away from taking a decent scoreline back to the King Power.

    Danny Drinkwater
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    Bayern Munich 1-2 Real Madrid

    Almost 3-1. Marcelo fires wide from outside the box on the left. That would surely have ended this tie.