Champions League: Who’s saying what

Bayern Munich’s German forward Thomas Mueller (L) kicks the ball next to Sevilla’s Colombian forward Luis Muriel during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg football match between Bayern Munich and Sevilla FC. Photo: PLUSMILA
Who ’ s saying what after Wednesday ’ s Champions League quarter – final second legs where holders Real Madrid and Bayern Munich joined Liverpool and Roma in the last four:
“ I don ’ t understand why Juventus protested the penalty. If the defender hadn ’ t committed the foul , Lucas would have scored. He was pushed from behind. ” — Cristiano Ronaldo
“ This was a game where we have suffered tremendously , it has to be a lesson to learn that in football, nothing is ever guaranteed and you have to fight to the end . ” — Ronaldo after his 97 th – minute penalty
“ There must be some sensitivity to understanding the importance of some moments and if you do not have this sensitivity to what ’ s going on in the game , you’ re not worthy of being on the pitch . In this case , he should be in the stands with his parents , with his friends , with fries and Coca – Cola , and watch the game . You can not do something like that . ” — Red -carded Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon on referee Michael Oliver who gave the controversial penalty.
“ This referee doesn ’ t have a heart. He has a rubbish bin instead of a heart. ” — Buffon
“ It was crazy — we forgot to score. ” — Real Madrid ’s German star Toni Kroos
“ # TOGETHER , we have celebrated , suffered , but most of all felt great pride in this team . Put your hands together for our Bianconeri . ” — Juventus on Twitter
“ I said that a Bayern victory in the final would be sensational , and I remain convinced by that . But we saw in Rome last night that anything is possible and we cannot underestimate any team in the quarter -finals . ” — Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes
“ Sevilla are a good team – for a long time we couldn’ t get a grip on the midfield , but we stopped them scoring – that was important. ” — Bayern winger Arjen Robben
“ I ’ m proud of my team , we showed personality , character and against a very strong team . We can be proud of what we have done here . ” — Sevilla coach Vincenzo Montella

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