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Champions League Live Stream: Real Madrid’s Brazilian defender Marcelo(C) celebrates scoring with his team-mates Real Madrid’s Spanish midfielder Isco (L) Real Madrid’s German midfielder Toni Kroos and Real Madrid’s Spanish defender Sergio Ramos during the UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg football match FC Bayern Munich v Real Madrid CF in Munich, southern Germany on April

Real Madrid are in good shape going into their UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg with Bayern Munich. The reigning champions battled to a workmanlike 2-1 first leg victory at the Allianz Arena last week.

And they had to do it the hard way after slipping behind. Joshua Kimmich burst through from the halfway line, surged down the right flank and deceived comedy keeper Keylor Navas at his near post with a confident finish.

Real Madrid are in good shape going into their UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

The reigning champions battled to a workmanlike 2-1 first leg victory at the Allianz Arena last week. And they had to do it the hard way after slipping behind. Joshua Kimmich burst through from the halfway line, surged down the right flank and deceived comedy keeper Keylor Navas at his near post with a confident finish.

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Los Blancos pulled level out of nowhere when Dani Carvajal’s modest cross was allowed to bounce along the edge of the Bayern box. The otherwise anonymous Cristiano Ronaldo left it for the rapidly arriving Marcelo, who drilled brilliantly into the bottom right-hand corner.

Lucas Vazquez then seized the opportunity on the half way line and played in Marco Asensio, who finished calmly past exposed keeper Sven Ulreich.

Septuagenarian boss Jupp Heynckes has the job of his long life to do if he’s going to fashion his fairy tale farewell.

Liverpool return to the scene of two of their most famous European triumphs amid tight security ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final, second leg clash in Rome.

Jürgen Klopp’s side is on the brink of reaching the final of Europe’s elite club competition for the first time since 2007 as they look to defend a three-goal advantage against AS Roma in the Italian capital.

But off-pitch tensions are high as Liverpool supporter Sean Cox lies in a coma after being attacked before last week’s first leg in Anfield.

Two Roma supporters were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and club legend Francesco Totti has appealed for “fair play, hospitality and respect for our opponents”.

Former Roma striker Mohamed Salah scored two brilliant goals and set up two more as Liverpool went five up at Anfield before two late goals gave Roma hope of a potential fightback.

Klopp’s side are bidding for a sixth European title having won two, in 1977 and 1984, at the Stadio Olimpico – the latter on penalties against Roma.

Both teams are third in their domestic leagues and in the running for Champions League football next season.

But Liverpool has suffered serious disruption in the buildup after Klopp’s right-hand man, Zeljko Buvac, dubbed “the brain” by the German, stepped aside for personal reasons this week.

Buvac, who was on the bench with Klopp for Saturday’s goalless draw against Stoke, has been the German’s trusted right-hand man for the last 17 years.

Okay so he may have fluked it, but you can’t prove anything and we’re feeling generous. Los Blancos pulled level out of nowhere when Dani Carvajal’s modest cross was allowed to bounce along the edge of the Bayern box.

The otherwise anonymous Cristiano Ronaldo left it for the rapidly arriving Marcelo, who drilled brilliantly into the bottom right-hand corner. Worse was to follow at the back for the Germans after the break.

Rafinha’s baffling attempt at a cross-field pass went awry as he slipped over. Lucas Vazquez seized the opportunity on the half way line and played in Marco Asensio, who finished calmly past exposed keeper Sven Ulreich.

The goals left Bayern hit man Robert Lewandowski cursing his profligacy at the other end. It was also a night where the hosts lost two men to first half injuries in Arjen Robben and Jerome Boateng. Septuagenarian boss Jupp Heynckes has the job of his long life to do if he’s going to fashion his fairy tale farewell.

Real Madrid team and injury news. Live wire Isco and Dani Carvajal are nursing shoulder and thigh injuries respectively, putting them in doubt. Nacho is also suffering from a muscle strain.

Bayern Munich team and injury news. Jerome Boateng is out for the rest of the campaign, thanks to his first leg injury. Arjen Robben is expected to join an injury list that includes Manuel Neuer, Arturo Vidal and Kingsley Coman. Bayern are also sweating on the participation of David Alaba and Javi Martinez.

Mohamed Salah and friends dismantled the Italian side at Anfield last week to come away with a 5-2 advantage. It could have been even better for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds, but for two late goals to keep the Serie A club in with a shout.

Roma have a slight chance inside the Stadio Olimpico, then. And that three-goal comeback against Barca in the last eight sure will make the dream seem possible. Put it this way: if they even come close we’re in for another awesome night of European football. UEFA Champions League Fixture on 1 May