Real Chelsea: "a necklace that’s too good"Modric laughed after mad Madrid qualifying


Real Madrid qualified for the Champions League semi-finals after a crazy match against Chelsea in their return to the quarter-finals (3-2 loss after extra time, 3-1 win in the first leg) on ​​Tuesday evening. At the end of the meeting, Luka Modric tasted the performance of Merengues.

A qualifying semi-final at the end of a surprising scenario. This Tuesday evening, in their Champions League quarter-final return against Chelsea, Real Madrid sought their place in the last four of the competition after an inexplicable extension. After their 3–1 win in the first leg at Stamford Bridge, the Spaniards, trailing 0–3, came back 2–3 thanks to a goal from the inevitable Karim Benzema in the 95th.


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After the meeting, Luka Modric, the author of an excellent decisive pass at the goal of 1–3 in the 81st, praised his team’s performance. “It’s an incredible night, a big game at the Bernabeu, a loss that goes so well, fun with the Ballon d’Or 2018 on Movistar+’s microphone. We did lose, but we didn’t go down to 3. Granted. 0, we didn’t have a bad game but Chelsea did everything they could and we kept fighting, we knew we could turn things around. The coach made some good changes that changed the game gave.”

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“It’s hard to describe these feelings”

After this fierce battle, it became difficult for Modric to return to Earth. “After 120 minutes, with two or three wounded, it’s hard to describe these feelings… Marcelo came well but he was injured. It is a matter of great pride to hear the public chanting my name, I thank them for their kindness.” I thank them for that, and I try to give them back on the pitch.”


Now Real Madrid are waiting for their opponent in the semi-finals. It will be the winner of the clash between Manchester City and Atlético de Madrid (this Wednesday at 9pm on RMC Sport1), the first leg of which was won by the Sky Blues (1-0).


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