What Theo Nessy learned from Tuesday’s Champions League quarter finals.

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• It’s all about confidence; Madrid started the game knowing quite well that they just needed to raise their game and carry the day. And it took Ronaldo less than 180 seconds to stake a claim. Chielini’s schoolboy defending led to Ronaldo’s acrobatic wonder second goal, which look a sure bet for the Puskas award.

• Bayern are back in business; Sevilla were bubbling in confidence; and you don’t blame; because teams hardly get results at Old Trafford, but they knocked Mourinho’s side out in round of sixteen. And they expectedly started against Bayern Munich with loads of confidence; got the first goal but were cut unawares by the flamboyant Jupp Heynckes Men who can hurt any team at the moment.

• Madrid are flying by eagles’ wings; it’s only when you watch their game courteously that you will observe the contribution and combination of Marcelo, Ronaldo and Dani cavajal they scored and assisted the three goals; they are simply perfect!
• Ronaldo is GOAT in UCL history; with 119 UCL goals at Madrid, 58 in knock out stage, he has been prolific in this competition. So far, he has 14 goals in 9 matches to his name, probably based on his current form he look certain to brake his record of 17 goals in a Single season which he set in 2013/2014. I think he deserves a crown 👑 for his prolific record, because he can only get better.

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