From Borussia with love
Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp were all smiles before kick-off ahead of their sides' Champions League semi-final second leg at the Bernabeu.
With Madrid needing to overturn a 4-1 first-leg deficit, they went out gung-ho. But Mesut Ozil was among those guilty of missing chances in the first half.
The clash at the Bernabeu was a bit tasty at times, with referee Howard Webb dishing out seven yellow cards in all.
It was a frustrating night for the Champions League's top scorer this season Cristiano Ronaldo, who saw a shot saved by Roman Weidenfeller
Having failed to find a breakthrough in 83 minutes, substitute Karim Benzema finally struck to give Real Madrid hope
Sergio Ramos added a second in the 88th minute as Real Madrid appeared to smell blood.
But it was not enough for Real, as they won 2-0 on the night but lost 4-3 on aggregate
Angel Di Maria is commiserated after Real's third successive Champions League semi-final exit.
Dortmund players celebrate reaching their first Champions League semi-final since they won the competition in 1997