Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 100th European goal to give holders Real Madrid a 2-1 comeback win at 10-man Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final, first-leg.

"I wanted to reach this record. To be able to reach this mark is an honour and against a team like Bayern it is even better," Ronaldo, who scored both goals, told BeIN Sport Spain.

Arturo Vidal headed Bayern into a first-half lead yesterday, but then skied a penalty attempt on the stroke of half-time before Ronaldo volleyed the defending champions' level.

Cristiano Ronaldo. AFP

 

Bayern played the last half an hour a man down after centre-back Javi Martinez was sent off for two fouls on Ronaldo within three minutes of each other.

Four-time world player of the year Ronaldo then slotted in the winner between goalkeeper Manuel Neuer's legs for the winner 13 minutes from time.

"We believe we can still do it, we were the better team in the first half, could have made it 2-0 or 3-0," Neuer told ZDF.

But Bayern were outplayed in the second-half and most of Real's 23 shots on goal came after the break.

"We had everything under control in the first half, but didn't use the room consistently," said captain Philipp Lahm. "The tipping point was the red card."

Monaco beat Dortmund 3-2 a day after blasts

Kylian Mbappe struck twice as Monaco claimed a 3-2 win at Borussia Dortmund in today's rescheduled Champions League quarter-final first leg, a day after a bomb attack on the German team bus led to the game's postponement.

Mbappe Lottin scored twice for Monaco. AFP

 

Police ramped up security in the German city following yesterday's incident and Mbappe bundled Monaco ahead on 19 minutes with Sven Bender heading into his own net to compound Dortmund's problems.

Ousmane Dembele pulled one back on 57 minutes but Mbappe's second goal left Monaco in a commanding position despite Shinji Kagawa's late strike for the home side.

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