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Isco finds a pocket of space just outside the Atletico penalty area, but he flashes his shot just wide of the left-hand post. They face almost an impossible task to reach the final now, you have to say.
But one goal could change everything Real only partially clear from an Atletico cross. Gimenez does well to beat Isco to the loose ball and earns Atletico a free-kick, which is around 25 yards out, in a central area.
None other than Ronaldo steps up to take the free-kick Real pick up where they left off in the first-half as they win a corner, which is easily defended, before Kroos wins a free-kick on the left hand edge of the Atletico penalty area.
More of the same, please. No team has overturned a first-leg away defeat in Champions League history, but Atletico gave it their very best shot as they raced into a two-goal lead after only 16 minutes.
But Real stunned the hosts on the stroke of half-time as Isco grabbed a crucial away goal meaning Atletico have to score a further three times without response to make the final.
A pause in play as Torres and Navas collide. Wonderful feet from Benzema as he goes past THREE players at the by-line before cutting it back to Kroos whose shot is terrifically saved by Oblak but Isco is able to bundle the loose ball over the line.
Atletico have 10 men back as Real pile numbers forward in search of an away goal. Isco is allowed too much space to cut inside from the left but his curled effort is straight at Oblak.
Better from the visitors though. Terrific defending from Modric as he wins the ball and takes his side out of defence to start a counter-attack which ends in Ronaldo sending a shot from distance straight at Savic.
After taking a moment to consider his options, the referee eventually issues a booking to Godin, for his foul, and Ramos, presumably for protesting.
Casemiro appears to foul Carrasco but the referee tells the Atletico midfielder to get back to his feet. Moments later, Ronaldo goes to ground after a heavy challenge from Godin.
Casemiro catches Griezmann with a slightly late tackle and the Atletico Madrid talisman man looks in some pain. No card is issued though and Griezmann is back on his feet.
Kroos and then Ronaldo give the ball back to Atletico. Saul fouls Isco and Real Madrid have a free-kick from around 30 yards out.
The set-piece is taken short with Modric trying a shot but the effort is well charged down. Cheers from the home support as Ronaldo mis-controls a deep cross sent in by Marcelo and Atletico win a throw-in.
Kroos sends his delivery deep and it comes off an Atletico player for a second successive corner. Real Madrid are shell-shocked.
Can Atletico really do it? Carrasco is running the show for the hosts at the minute. He lets loose from 30 yards and the effort takes a deflection off of Marcelo and Atletico have a corner.
A dangerous cross from Carrasco is drilled into the Real penalty area but both Torres and Griezmann misses it and the ball rolls out harmlessly for a goal-kick.
Carrasco goes down inside the penalty area under a challenge from Casemiro. The Atletico midfielder wants a penalty but the referee signals play on, and rightly so.
It would have been harsh on Real. Savic is the second player to be booked in three minutes as he fouls Isco. Koke almost gives Atletico the dream start!
His daisy-cutter is feeble though and Oblak makes a comfortable save. An intense start as Ramos goes down holding his shoulder after an aerial battle with Torres.
It starts from the first kick. I think every game is different. They beat us and in two Champions League finals. But we believe in ourselves and we know our strengths.
We will not be shaken. I know this because Gary Neville just told me. The next 21 minutes are of monumental importance.
The second is headed away with considerable authority by Varane, under pressure a few yards from his own goal. It almost feels like the last 10 minutes.
Ramos moves down the left and plays an excellent cross towards the six-yard line. Had he not made contact, it might have been put in by Benzema at the far post.
Nonetheless, I adopted Atletico as my La Liga team. Carvajal makes a mistake down the Atletico left, allowing Adrian to beat him to a loose ball and move into the box near the byline.
But then Adrian takes too long to select an option and Carvajal slides round to concede a corner. It was a comfortable save in the end. The resulting corner breaks to Ronaldo, whose instinctive shot from eight yards deflects wide.
That brings another corner, which the backpedalling Ronaldo heads not far wide from 15 yards. Courtois had that covered.
But that was just what Real needed to give them some impetus. Saying which, a glorious slalolm from Di Maria takes him to within 25 yards of goal, where Miranda deliberately pulls him back and does everything accept ask the referee for a yellow card.
Atletico are spending an age organising their wall. The free-kick is in a really dangerous position for Ronaldo, to the left of centre and maybe 23 yards out They need something - a near miss, even some old-fashioned aggro - to spark them, their fans and particularly Ronaldo into life.
They are very good at those small, ostensibly clumsy fouls which break up play but tend not to bring a yellow card. Claude Makelele was a master of that particular art.
Ronaldo and Benzema didn ot touch the ball in the Atletico area in the first half. Bale did it once, when he missed that chance.
Atletico to win and finish with eight men is my prediction. Real Madrid Atletico Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo stomps off with the definition of an aggrieved coupon.
Atletico have, thus far, done a textbook number on Real, deny them space in attack and scoring from a set piece.
Real spent the 10 minutes after the goal having an extended sulk, and half time came a good time for them. They need a rousing team talk from Carlo Ancelotti - just the sort, in fact, that Atletico got at the Nou Camp seven days ago.
See you 10 minutes for the second half. He must absolutely love this degree of defensive excellence and organisation.
At the moment Atletico are having their best spell of the match in terms of possession, and Real look like a side who need half time to have, as Martin Tyler says on Sky, "a head-clearing exercise".
They are sulking a little. A corner from the right was half cleared by the head of a Real defender, and the defence charged out - with the exception of one or two stragglers, Modric among them I think.
Casillas ran back desperately and clawed the ball out, but it was behind the line when he did so and Raul Garcia put it back in the net to be doubly sure.
Had Casillas stayed on his line Godin could not have scored. He did, and Atletico are ahead completely against the run of play.
Tiago played an awful square pass to him, 45 yards out. Bale hared straight for goal, moving smoothly into the area.
He ignored a sliding tackle from behind by Tiago - had he gone down it would have been a penalty - but then stabbed it wide of the far post from 12 yards.
He should have scored. In nobody would have batted an eyelid. Simeone bounces to his feet to engage the fourth official.
Ronaldo hit an awkward effort, straight through a weirdly split wall, which is expertly held by Courtois despite the ball bouncing awkwardly in front of him.
They scored in such circumstances at the Nou Camp last week; this time Varane heads away authoritatively and Real break menacingly.
Di Maria is deliberately taken down by Raul Garcia 30 yards out, a clear yellow card. It all kicks out thereafter, with Ramos also booked for pushing Raul Garcia.
Nothing was given so Atletico have a throw-in deep on the right. Moments later Real have the chance of a break for the first time in the game, but in the blink of an eye Atletico have seven or eight men back and a few of them crowd out Di Maria on the edge of the area.
The ball actually broke for Coentrao, who surged into the area from the left, but by then the referee had blown for the foul. Courtois is not entirely enamoured.
Maybe the Costa situation was a distraction but there has been an unusual sloppiness and lack of concentration in possession.
I give it no more than 10 minutes before somebody says it needs a goal. Gone in 9 minutes. Atletico are, in the parlance of our time, putting themselves about a wee bit.
Diego Costa has gone off injured! Whereas last week came as a shock, and made him cry, this time you suspect he expected it.
What a strange situation. This might also be his last match as an Atletico player. The ball runs through to Courtois. Ronaldo looks mildly affronted; the referee rightly settles for a free-kick.
No incidents of note. The first foul comes after 11 seconds, Filipe Luis on Bale. The atmosphere is quite spectacular. Both sides are wearing their home strips: Real in white, Atletico in red-and-white stripes.
Not long before 22 specimens of masculinity give us all something to talk about. Sporting v Man Utd. Real are quite awesome on the counter-attack while Atletico have the kind of back four that George Graham would bundle Nigel Winterburn under a bus to manage for just one training session.
Gerrard gets off to a slightly nervous start, talking about "the biggest game there is domestically" and "Madrid" having more matchwinners.
There is surely significant potential for what is described in some cultures as "nawtiness". Neither side will go quietly, not in a game like this.
Graeme Souness has his unimpressed face on at the news Costa is starting. I wonder if any player has gone off with a hamstring injury in consecutive matches, never mind a title decider and a Champions League final.
Diego Costa starts for Atletico despite the hamstring injury that forced him off at the Nou Camp seven days ago, but Arda Turan is not even a substitute.
Karim Benzema starts while Pepe is on the bench. The only thing we know is that Xabi Alonso is suspended. They are the only side in Champions League history to average more than three goals per game.
Leading odds comparison site easyodds. He would not have expected to wait five years for his first final with Madrid.
Expect him to play with the demented purpose which, as much as his skill, makes him such a monstrous footballer. If you doing a movie poster for this match it might be Ronaldo v Simeone, the best player in the world against the best manager in the world.
What does it all mean? They have more to lose - but that also means their need to win is greater, and that may be decisive. They were seconds away from beating Bayern Munich when the West German defender Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck, 25 yards from goal, had delusions of grandeur and decided to take a shot.
SInce then they have beaten Real in the league for the first time this century, and broken perhaps the most powerful duopoly in football history.
If they win tonight, the awesome Diego Simeone may as well reteire and go to live in the woods, because he would never top this.
A victory would be equally seismic for Carlo Ancelotti: It would also, unusually, mean he had won as much Champions Leagues as league titles. No team is an island and all that.
Success does not exist in isolation, to be celebrated entirely on its own merit. The extent of a celebration depends not only on the way you win think Michael Thomas, Ole Solskjaer and Sergio Aguero but who you beat.
There has never been anything quite like this, not in club football. Hate thy neighbour and all that. Real or Atletico will not just win their tenth or first European Cup, they will do so by beating their rivals.
Defeat has rarely been as unthinkable. After that they became a bit of a joke, with six consecutive eliminations in the last 16 that made a mockery of their galactican ambitions.
Jose Mourinho restored some order with three consecutive semi-finals, and now they have a chance to win what they regard as their trophy for the first time in days: That goal gets better every time you see it.
Look at his concentration as the ball drops, the way he leers at it like a stalker before contorting his body like an arthritic ninja into a shape that is both hideous and, when you see what follows, utterly beautiful.
My nephew has sent this picture of the best players managed by Carlo Ancelotti. Just look at it! If you picked an XI out of that - assuming all players were at their peak, rather than how they played for Ancelotti, which is far too complicated and joyless - it might be something like: My inner tactics numpty is calling me all sorts right now.
Anyway, and more to the point, can you think of anybody who could pick a better XI from those he has managed? And what would that XI be? They have spent huge amount of money on players, coaches, team preparations, and the structural and technical aspect of football business to get this.
Almost everything we see is a bald-faced rip-off a tribute to or a mash-up of what has gone before. This is a match entirely without precedent, a domestic squabble on the grandest stage in club football.
Factor in the historic significance of victory for either side — a tenth European Cup for Real, a first for Atletico, and part two of arguably the greatest achievement in football history — and you realise this measures 9.
This is more than a final. Indeed there is a fairly logical argument which says this is the biggest match in club football history.
Bacchus and Gently hunt for the murderer of a woman whose body is discovered in a local church. As the investigation progresses, it turns out the victim was a waitress working at the first hostess club in Newcastle - an establishment that has greatly upset the local religious community.
On reflection maybe we should liveblog that instead. Call it a hunch, but I reckon it was Mr Bishop whodunnit. In a moment of rage, Bishop struck Audrey.
Something like that anyway. The football kicks off at Inspector George Gently starts on Alibi at The biggest football match in the world has arrived.Rodrigo kommt gegen Carvajal zu spät und tritt den Rechtsverteidiger um. Von den 15 Spielern, die die meisten langen Bälle spielten, waren 14 Torhüter. Szymon Marciniak Polen Gelbe Karten: Nächste Gelbe Karte - und Sergio Ramos ist mit dieser noch gut bedient! Was vor allem auch an Real Madrid liegt! Die Madrilenen bezwingen Espanyol 2: Die Reise nach Manchester wurde turbulent. Atletico kann sich in der zweiten Halbzeit noch nicht so richtig durchsetzen! Fünf Minuten sind im ersten Durchgang noch zu spielen. Noch ist es kein temporeiches Spektakel in der spanischen Hauptstadt, beide Mannschaften sind in den ersten 20 Minuten sehr auf Sicherheit bedacht.