Galatasaray vs Real Madrid highlights (3-2)

Galatasaray 3 vs 2 Real Madrid highlights 10.4

Galatasaray SK 3-2 Real Madrid CF highlights: Real Madrid grabbed their Champions League semifinal ticket after eliminating Galatasaray in the Quarter Finals, but Los Blancos had some scary moments during their second leg which was won by the Turkish side 3-2.

Things were looking bright for the visiting side when they already managed to take the lead after only eight minutes of play through Cristiano Ronaldo's close range finish. Galatasaray simply couldn't break down their opponent in that first 45 minutes, signalling a potentially easy second period for Jose Mourinho's men.

However, things turned out differently after the break as the home side managed to pull one goal back on 57 minutes from Emmanuel Ebuoe's screaming shot, finishing off Wesley Sneijder's cut back. Sneijder himself turned things around in the 71st minute with a fine move before sending the ball home. Things got more interesting when a minute later, Didier Drogba scored Galatasay's third with a brilliant back-heel effort.

However, the Turkish side's resilience was not enough despite Madrid had to play with a man down in the final minute as Ronaldo grabbed his second goal with a nice finish inside the box deep in stoppage time.

Galatasaray vs Real Madrid highlights. Score: 3-2.

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