Manchester United vs Real Madrid 2013 Champions League Highlights 1-2 Ramos OG Modric Ronaldo Goals Nani Red Card Video

By Soccer Blog | Mar 5, 2013

Manchester United vs Real Madrid 2013 ( Man Utd Real Madrid VIDEO BELOW)

Final score and result:- Manchester United vs Real Madrid 1-2 ( Ramos OG/ Modric, Ronaldo)

Old Trafford, Manchester- 5 March, 2013- 19.45 UK- Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg- 5/3/13- Tuesday

A controversial red card to Nani leaves Manchester United fuming as Real Madrid come from behind to register a 2-1 win and knock the Red Devils out of the tie

Rio Ferdinand Cuneyt Cakir

Man Utd v Real Madrid 1-0 ( Ramos own goal v Man U 48′)
Man United vs Real Madrid 1-1 ( Luka Modric goal vs Man United 66′)
Manchester United vs Real Madrid 1-2 ( Cristiano Ronaldo goal vs Man U 69′)

MU vs Real Madrid 2013 attendance:- 74,959 ( Referee- Cakir)

Man Utd starting lineup vs Real Madrid 2013:- De Gea, Da Silva, Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra, Carrick, Cleverley, Nani, Welbeck, Giggs, van Persie

Real Madrid starting XI v MUFC 2013:- Diego Lopez, Arbeloa, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fabio Coentrao, Khedira, Alonso, Di Maria, Ozil, Ronaldo, Higuain

( Credits of this Man U Real Madrid Highlights Video with uploaders)

59 Comments so far
  1. Ab March 7, 2013 4:28 am

    Now suddenly everyone is talking abt the rule-book. Bullshit.

  2. Mebel Jepara March 7, 2013 2:13 pm

    I like This Copetition

  3. mathew March 7, 2013 10:15 pm

    @ Ab

    Your argument is what exactly? Ignore the rule book? Yea that makes sense… I love how those who make partisan comments, blindly supporting Man U, back them up with the colloquial profanity that often characterizes idiots (not in the profane sense, but in the literal sense). Blogs of this sort would be utterly superfluous in terms of advancing discourse if positions were solely based on the team you support. Luckily, there’s a few of us who still know how to think and articulate an argument. And yes, arguments based on the rule book. Because why make a circular argument that something is wrong because it was done against my team. You see, this is not an argument or a position, but a blind opinion. Given the lack of rationale behind those who argue that Nani was unjustly sent-off, there really is one correct answer: It was a clear red. End of story.

  4. Paul Ballard March 7, 2013 11:18 pm

    I played rugby for many years. In any sport where contact occurs, especially at speed, and you are concentrating on the ball, it’s inevitable mistakes will happen. Unintentional high boots are unavoidable. But professional fouls – bringing down an opposing side’s player because you can’t keep up with him – IS avoidable and bad for the game.

    Nani did not intend to high ball and lightly kick Arbeloa. But he got a red card – that changed the whole match. Sergio Ramos, who had a bad night, brought Danny Welbeck down in the penalty area ten minutes later, because he could not keep up with him. Not even a yellow card was given, let alone the penalty that should have been awarded.

    Any knowledgeable soccer fan knows which of these two fouls was a mean, intentionally damaging foul. And it was not Nani’s.

    I read later that the referee – Cuneyt Cakir – follows Lionel Messy and Cristiano Ronaldo on Twitter. He does not follow Wayne Rooney or Robin van Persie. I wonder why?

    We certainly know how he refereed this match. One side was going to get the breaks, the other was not.

    UEFA had better do something to change this awful pattern in European soccer. I have given up watching the Champions League for now. It’s not clear the games are fairly adjudicated.

  5. Mehboob Basha March 8, 2013 6:53 am

    I think when Nani lay on the ground after making the challenge, there was too much time for the referee to make the decision. I think the referee mixed up his mind and may be he even changed his decision in the mind. Nani deserved a yellow card but I think Arbeloa made too much fuss which made the referee go for the red without taking into confidence the opinion of the assistant referee. It changed the game completely. Real were fruitlesslessly knocking on the door of manunited penalty area were handed the key by the referee. The decision to give red robbed man united of victory and Real madrid justification for the brilliant Modric Goal.

  6. unlimited432 March 9, 2013 4:24 am

    Anyone who says that RM deserved to win that game should be shot.

    Possession doesn’t mean anything if you watched the game. RM had possession because Man United were executing SAF’s plan perfectly and it was working. Defending in their own half and letting RM play in their half. The game plan was defense with counter attack.

    One only has to look at Barcelona vs. Milan to understand that.

  7. max March 9, 2013 8:45 am

    I saw so many potential referees on this site.. why arent you guys try to register to become one? who knows one of you might be on TV. anyway football referee system sux, but inbalance creates the heat anyway to boost up the games and topics for u guys.. otherwise FIFA would hv done it with camera refereeing which gives better fair play.

  8. Ab March 10, 2013 11:54 am

    Studs up challenge is definitely a red. But why cant people see that it wasnt even a challenge in the first place? Nani was just trying to control the ball and Arbeloa just ran into him while Nani’s leg was high. So Mathew is trying to be my father now? Zip it up and keep your boring stories to yourself, no one here wants to listen, or rather read

  9. Mr-MUNIMU April 10, 2013 7:25 am

    yellow card will be fine!! but giving red just like is not good!

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