Juventus forward Alvaro Morata struck a crucial blow against his former club Real Madrid for the second time in two legs.
Morata's second-half goal in the Bernabeu equalised Cristiano Ronaldo's first-half penalty and saw the Italian side win the tie 3-2 on aggregate. Juve will take on Barcelona in the final in Berlin on Saturday 6th June.
Carlo Ancelotti will not be on the bench in Real Madrid's final two Primera Division games after being handed a two-match touchline ban.
The Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) announced on Wednesday it has punished the Italian coach for his actions in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Valencia.
Spanish referee Carlos Clos Gomez wrote on his report that after the game, Ancelotti "from 30 metres away applauded insistently and visibly as a sign of disapproval for his officiating" - a violation of article 117 of the disciplinary code.
Real are second in the standings and four points adrift of league leaders Barcelona.
They travel to Espanyol on Sunday before ending the campaign at home to Gefate on May 23.
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Juventus will take a 2-1 lead to the Santiago Bernabeu thanks to goals from Alvaro Morata and Carlos Tevez.
Former Real Madrid striker Morata gave the Italians scored the opener, before Cristiano Ronaldo equalised.
But Tevez earned himself a second-half penalty, which he then converted to give Juventus the victory.
Norwegian teenager Martin Odegaard has been called up to the Real Madrid squad for the first time, Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed.
The midfielder, 16, joined the Spanish giants in January and has since been playing for the club's B team, but could now feature against Almeria this week.
Holders Real Madrid will play Juventus in the semi-final of the Champions League while Pep Gaurdiola's Bayern Munich have been drawn against his former club, Barcelona.
First leg ties take place on the 5th and 6th of May with the return matches scheduled for the 12th and 13th of May.
Real Madrid are attempting to become the first team in Champions League history to retain the trophy.
- Barcelona v Bayern Munich
- Juventus v Real Madrid
Confirmed that Benzema is out tomorrow, along with Bale and Modric, plus Marcelo injured. (Carvajal does play: no action was taken)
Sorry, I meant Bale and Modric injured. Marcelo suspended.
Real Madrid will be without Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Luke Modric and Marcelo for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Atletico.
The defending champions host neighbours Atletico following last week's goalless draw at the Vicente Calderon knowing that conceding a goal on Wednesday will make their task even more difficult because of the away goals rule.
Even more concerning for Madrid, they have failed to beat Atletico for seven consecutive games and this is something which must change for them to progress unless they win a penalty shootout.
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has a calf injury and will miss this week's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Atletico Madrid, the club said on Monday.
Bale limped off early in Real's 3-1 victory over Malaga in La Liga on Saturday and is expected to be out of action for up to three weeks.
"He has been diagnosed with an injury to the calf muscle of the left leg," Real said in a statement on their website.
Midfielder Luka Modric is also injured and striker Karim Benzema is a fitness doubt for the Atletico game on Wednesday with the tie level at 0-0 from the first leg.
Real Madrid have confirmed that Luka Modric has strained ligaments in his right knee and must now wait to see when the influential midfielder will be available again.
Modric, who only came back from a four-month injury lay-off in March, was substituted in the second half of Real's 3-1 home win over Malaga on Saturday after damaging his knee in a challenge with visiting midfielder Recio.
The Croatia international underwent tests on Sunday morning and, while Madrid have not given any estimate on how long Modric might be out for, reports in Spain suggest he could be sidelined for up to six weeks.
A club statement read:
Following tests carried out on Luka Modric at the La Moraleja Sanitas Hospital by Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been found to have a strain to the medial collateral ligament of his right knee. His situation will be monitored.
Keeper Jan Oblak was Atletico Madrid's hero as he denied city neighbours Real a priceless away goal in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final showdown.
The 22-year-old Slovenian pulled off two vital first-half saves, the first of them at point-blank range, to deny Gareth Bale and enable Atletico to extend their unbeaten record against Carlo Ancelotti's men this season to seven games.