Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso admitted he could see both sides of the argument on whether Manchester United's Nani should have been red-carded for his challenge on Alvaro Arbeloa.
And, when asked by ITV's Gabriel Clarke whether team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo was destined to score on his return to Old Trafford, the ex-Liverpool man coolly replied: "Someone had to score."
Jose Mourinho says that Manchester United were the better team on the night, but refuses to comment on Nani's red card.
Sir Alex Ferguson and his players react with anger as referee Cuneyt Cakir brings Manchester United's match against Real Madrid to a close, while Jose Mourinho quietly disappears down the tunnel.
He doesn't celebrate, but Cristiano Ronaldo must be delighted to score back at Old Trafford, putting Real Madrid 2-1 up on the night and 3-2 up on aggregate.
Substitute Luka Modric erases Manchester United's lead with a stunning long-range strike.
Nani's high challenge on Alvaro Arbeloa is punished with a red card - but was it the right decision?
Close but no cigar. Still 0-0. Tense.