After the exciting quarter finals round of champions league. This week first leg of Champion league semi finals dominated by Real Madrid & Juventus. Looks like Zedane dream will become true as Zidane wants Real Madrid-Juventus Final. Here we have talking points from first leg of Champions league Semi-finals.

1. Ronaldo- The Ultimate Goal Machine

Cristiano Ronaldo is the first player to score a hat-trick in a Champions League semi-final game since Lewndoski in 2012-13.Ronaldo’s goal count is astonishing, while his hat-trick against Atletico on Tuesday recommends the 32-year-old still has a lot of time left at the top level.It took only 10 minutes for Real to lead the pack as Cristiano Ronaldo made a beeline for give Real a 1-0 lead at half time. That was Ronaldo’s 50th goal in Champions League knockout stage more than any other player in the world. He then broke his own record in 73rd minute after smashing the ball into the top corner


2. Juventus Miraculas back line stats – two goals conceded in this Champions League Season

Juventus, with seven players more than 30 in their side, were excessively solid for Monaco’s greatly vaunted adolescents.

So exciting to watch going ahead for a lot of this Champions League crusade, Leonardo Jardim’s group were all of a sudden made excessively look worked and insufficient with the ball against Juventus’ magic back line.

In Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli, the Italian side have three of the best defenders in Europe in their squad, also their notable, ever-enduring goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.

Juventus' goalkeeper from Italy Gianluigi Buffon

3. Big Mountain to climb for Athletico and Monaco

Defence is Atletico’s most noteworthy quality yet this won’t be sufficient to pivot the second leg; the Madrid furnish needs a critical assaulting execution. Atletico had only one shot on target against Real and never looked like scoring. The test confronting Diego Simeone’s men is close outlandish given Real’s current form.

Monaco has shown their class against some giant sides like Manchester City and Dortmund out casting them by using the likes of Kylian Mbappé, Thomas Lemar , Bernardo Silva as their key weapon to dismantle the opponent.

But are they enough to beat Juventus?