Real Madrid set another UEFA champions League record as they drew with Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu to get to a seventh final.
in a pulsating contest on Tuesday night, Joshua Kimmich opened the scoring for the visitors in the third minute before Karim Benzema leveled matters with eleven minutes played.
A mistake from Bayern Munich Goalkeeper Sven Ulreich gifted Benzema with his second goal on 46 minutes, James Rodriguez kept the Red’s hopes alive with a 63rd minute equalizer.
Real had keylor Navas to thank for seeing them over the line as he pulled off a few fine saves when the came under pressure.
Despite numerous chances for the Bundesliga champions who kept Los Blancos much in their box in the frenetic closing stages of the contest. Real held on to a 4-3 aggregate having beaten Jupp Heynecke‘s side 2-1 in the first leg at the Allianz Arena.