The Juventus players were incensed and veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon must have taken things too far, as Oliver chose to issue him a straight red card for his protests at the decision.
Juventus had remarkably levelled the tie on aggregate after scoring three times at the Santiago Bernabeu and looked set to take the match to extra time. The crowd got nervous when Mario Mandzukic added his second goal before halftime, and the unlikely comeback was almost complete when Blaise Matuidi scored the third about 15 minutes into the second half.
The penalty came as Vazquez was in position to score in front of the goal after Ronaldo headed down a cross into the area.
The goals cancelled out Real's resounding 3-0 win in Turin a week earlier but Lucas Vazquez won a disputed injury-time penalty. Juventus players stormed toward English referee Michael Oliver, who apparently had help from his behind-the-goal assistant to make the call.
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De Rossi who scored an own goal in the first leg converted the resulting spot-kick as the tie was thrown open. Roma took just six minutes to get the ball rolling thanks to Edin Dzeko's neat control and finish.
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They believe that at 3-0 down, Real Madrid could easily have caved in to pressure.
But Juventus, inspired by AS Roma's giant-killing performance on Tuesday to eliminate Barcelona from the competition, were determined not to go quietly. Real Madrid have suffered a number of nervy Champions League moments in recent seasons and could draw on a vast bank of European experience as they survived a heart-stopping quarter-final second leg against Juventus yesterday. Juve beat us and made things very hard for us with their tactics but our willingness to keep trying to get back in the game eventually gave us our goal.
"What did I say to Sergio Ramos?"
Ramos was seen pitch-side in the dugout and in the tunnel when he had no right to be there.
UEFA Regulation Article 15, Misconduct of Players and Officials, Section (vii), says that players can not participate in a match for which they are ineligible - and Ramos actions may fall foul of the particular rule given his unwillingness to remain seated away from the Real Madrid bench.
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