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Here’s what Cristiano Ronaldo and Fernando Torres allegedly said while trading insults in Madrid derby

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Atletico Madrid crashed out of the Champions League following a 4-2 aggregate defeat to city rivals Real on Wednesday.

But Diego Simeone’s men, who went into the second leg of the semi-final tie with a three-goal deficit, gave it their best shot at the Vicente Calderon.

They took the lead in just 12 minutes on the night when Saul Niguez got his head on a corner to beat Real keeper Keylor Navas.

Antoine Griezmann then doubled the home side’s advantage moments later from the penalty spot, after Fernando Torres was bundled over in the box.

Ronaldo celebrates his side progressing to the final (Photo: REUTERS)

Some suggested a Barcelona-style comeback could be on the cards as Atletico looked in complete control of the second leg.

However, just before the break, Isco broke the home side’s hearts with a rebounded goal, meaning Atletico had to score three more times to win.

Torres competes with Sergio Ramos in the second leg on Wednesday (Photo: Getty)

As a result the game began to get more physical and the referee suddenly found he had a lot more to do to stay on top of the tie.

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One clash that caught the attention of the TV cameras was the one that took place between Torres and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo’s side went through despite losing 2-1 on the night (Photo: Getty)

After the former Liverpool and Chelsea striker followed through on Real keeper Navas, he had a bit of a confrontation with the Portuguese.

It was hard to see what was said between the two stars as Torres moved his head close to Ronaldo, who smiled back at him.

Torres is tackled by Raphael Varane in the semi-final (Photo: Getty)

However, Spanish publication Marca believe they have interpreted the exchange after doing a little bit of lip-reading.

And have claimed Torres asked the Real star: « What’s wrong? Clown, » before Ronaldo then replied: « Go home, idiot, » suggesting the tie was over for Atletico.

Ronaldo gestures to the fans after Isco bags a vital away goal (Photo: REUTERS)

At this point the referee got between the two players, and that’s when the Portuguese smiled back at his rival.

Torres then apparently concluded the verbal exchange, which took place just before half time, with the response: « Son of a b**** ».

Source:  www.mirror.co.uk

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Video: Sumptuous doubled of Ronaldo at Apoel!

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And 5 then 5 for Real. First at the reception of a center Marcelo, Ronaldo jumps higher than everyone and takes the ball of the head. The Portuguese scored his seventh goal of the season in the Champions League. 5-0 for Madrid. Four minutes later, the Portuguese also scored twice. After a bad pass behind Rueda, Benzema has anticipated and against the release of Perez. Ronaldo followed well and hit in pivot in the empty goal. 6-0 for Real!

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Top 20 scorer in UEFA LDC history

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Real Madrid, led by star striker Cristiano Ronaldo, is playing tonight on the pitch of APOEL Nicosia (Cyprus) on the occasion of the fifth and penultimate day of the group stage of the UEFA LDC.

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Beaten severely in Wembley against Tottenham (3-1), on the fourth day, the Merengue are still well placed to qualify for the round of 16 and will need a single point tonight to validate their ticket. To do this, the protected gifted Kabyle Zinédine Yazid Zidane can surely count on their Lusitanian expert CR7, who still reigns supreme on the ranking of the top scorers in the history of the LDC.

Indeed, the first player in history to pass the bar of 100 goals in the most prestigious club competitions in the last fiscal year, the quadruple Golden Ball now counts the incredible total of 112 goals scored in C1, including 96 with Real Madrid and 16 in the jersey of Manchester United.

As a reminder, here are the top 20 scorers in the history of the UEFA Champions League:

(Players participating in the 2017-2018 Champions League are entered in bold)

1) Cristiano Ronaldo: 112 | Sporting Portugal (0), Manchester United (16), Real Madrid (96)

2) Lionel Messi: 98 | FC Barcelona (98)

3) Raúl: 71 | Real Madrid (66), Schalke 04 (5)

4) Ruud van Nistelrooy: 60 | PSV Eindhoven (9), Manchester United (38), Real Madrid (13)

5) Andriy Shevchenko: 59 | Dynamo Kiev (22), AC Milan (33), Chelsea FC (4)

6) Karim Benzema: 51 | Olympique Lyonnais (12), Real Madrid (39)

7) Thierry Henry: 51 | AS Monaco (7), Arsenal FC (35), FC Barcelona (9)

8) Filippo Inzaghi: 50 | Juventus (17), AC Milan (33)

9) Alfredo Di Stéfano: 49 | Real Madrid (49)

10) Zlatan Ibrahimović: 49 | Ajax Amsterdam (7), Juventus (3), Inter Milan (6), Barcelona FC (4), AC Milan (9), Paris SG (20)

11) Eusebio: 47 | Benfica Lisbon (47)

12) Alessandro Del Piero: 44 | Juventus (44)

13) Didier Drogba: 44 | Olympique Marseille (5), Chelsea FC (36), Galatasaray (3)

14) Robert Lewandowski: 41 | Borussia Dortmund (17), Bayern Munich (24)

15) Thomas Müller: 39 | Bayern Munich (39)

16) Fernando Morientes: 39 | Real Madrid (19), AS Monaco (9), Liverpool FC (3), Valencia CF (8), Olympique Marseille (0)

17) Ferenc Puskás: 35 | Budapest Honvéd (1), Real Madrid (34)

18) Gerd Müller: 34 | Bayern Munich (34)

19) Wayne Rooney: 34 | Manchester United (34)

20) Samuel Eto’o: 33 | FC Barcelona, ​​Inter, Chelsea

Read more >> Top 10 African scorers in UEFA LDC history

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After the match, Cristiano clash again the press

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The Portuguese striker left Nicosia with a double under his arm and three points for his club, but everything was not rosy for him.

The Real Madrid number ‘7’ changed dramatically as it passed the press zone, where journalists were waiting for several players to confide in after the match.

Cristiano accelerated his pace, without a glance at the press, until he heard a reporter ask him a question: « Cristiano, do you stop, are you talking today? »

The Portuguese flip-flopped and looked at the journalist clarifying that he had no desire to make statements: « Why stop me? » I do not want to talk because every time I say something you publish another, how do you want me to speak?  »

His speech ended, ‘CR7’ did not look behind him. Everything comes from a supposed misinterpretation of his words by the press, the latter having published that he accused the club to have less experience than last year.

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