Bayern's Neuer out for rest of season with foot fracture

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The game was marred by a number of questionable refereeing decisions, though, as Kassai dismissed Arturo Vidal for what seemed like a fair challenge, before Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals from what appeared to be offside positions.

Neuer, outstanding in both legs against Real, was injured in extra-time and will miss the final stretch of the season with Bayern leading by eight points in the Bundesliga with five matches remaining.

"In the first half we had many opportunities and we could score a goal or two, also in the second half too. "(Bayern president) Uli Hoeness and I, we've taken many blows. "We have been shafted in the truest sense of the word", fumed Rummenigge during the team banquet.

"The (red) card for Arturo wasn't a card and then the two goals from Cristiano are offside so clearly we are not happy".

Bayern's statement did not say how long the Germany global would be out for, but he will in all likelihood not play again this season.

Ronaldo scored a hat trick on the night to become the first player to score 100 goals in the Champions League.

The Real Madrid superstar scored a flawless hat-trick to help his side beat Bayern 4-2 on the night and 6-3 on aggregate.

"I don't think there is a category for him", he said.

Barcelona will be on against Juventus on Wednesday in their Champions League quarterfinal second leg aiming to overturn a 3-0 deficit. We felt it a lot and you start to wonder a bit.

Even Gerard Piqué wanted to speak about the game and the referee and he tweeted the following from his Twitter account.

"Bayern feel the behaviour of the Spanish police is utterly out of place and excessive, and have lodged a complaint with UEFA about the actions of the Spanish police". Robert Lewandowski was adjudged offside when clean through on goal.

"Because I always give my best in every game, although sometimes I do not score goals I try and work hard to help Real Madrid".

"The referee probably wasn't up to the task", said the Italian, a former Real boss.

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has paid tribute to the Bayern Munich fans who cheered his son scoring a goal on the Bernabeu pitch after their Champions League quarter-final second-leg.

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