. Leicester suffers slim defeat
. Terror attack derails Dortmund
By Joe Apu
Real Madrid of Spain last night came from a goal down to literarily punish their host Bayern Munich in their first leg quarter-final game winning 2-1 to take an upper hand into the second leg.
It was Arturo Vidal that drew the first blood for the home side when he connected a cross that beat Real Madrid goalkeeper in the 25th minute of play and then had the chance to double his tally shortly before time when Bayern were awarded a penalty.
But the Chile international, who has scored his eight goals for the German champions this season, blazed over from 12 yards.
Visiting Real Madrid responded through Cristiano Ronaldo who scored his 100th goal in European club football as he bagged two crucial away goals as Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich with the first coming in the 47th minute.
Bayern were reduced to 10 men when Javi Martinez was shown a second yellow card for a foul on Ronaldo who struck again in the 77th minute of play.
In the other game of the night, Atletico Madrid playing at home could only manage a slim 1-0 victory over surprise team of the championship Leicester City of England.
In the rescheduled game between fear stricken Borussia Dortmund and visiting Monaco, teenager Kylian Mbappe scored twice as Monaco edged the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final tie.
In a match delayed by 24 hours after a bomb attack on the hosts’ bus, Mbappe diverted in Thomas Lemar’s cross before Sven Bender’s own goal made it 2-0.
Ousmane Dembele slotted in from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s flick to pull one back for Dortmund, but Mbappe curled home to restore the two-goal cushion before Shinji Kagawa added a late second for the hosts.
Monaco survived and will take a slender advantage into a highly anticipated second leg at Stade Louis II on 19 April.