Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Piszczek (Grosskreuz
83'), Subotic, Hummels, Schmelzer; Bender, Gündogan (Schieber 92');
Blaszczykowski (Kehl 82'), Götze, Reus; Lewandowski. 4-2-3-1.
Madrid: Diego López; Sergio Ramos, Varane, Pepe, Coentrao; Xabi Alonso (Kaká 80'), Khedira; Özil, Modric (Di María 68'), Cristiano Ronaldo; Higuaín (Benzema 68'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 08. Lewandowski. Got on the end of Götze cross to poke ball in on far post.
1-1. 42. Ronaldo. Turned shot past Weidenfeller from Higuaín's square pass.
2-1. 50. Lewandowski. Picked up Reus pass and beat Diego with shot on turn.
3-1. 55. Lewandowski. Collected loose ball in area and rounded Pepe to score.
4-1. 67. Lewandowski (penalty). After Xabi Alonso pushed over Reus in area.
For the second year in a row it looks as if Spain's big two are going to fall at the final hurdle, Real Madrid losing 4-1 to Borussia Dortmund just a day after Barcelona's heavy defeat at Bayern Munich. The hero of the night for the German side was Lewandowski, who scored all four of their goals, the first coming in the eighth minute after Götze crossed in from the left wing. Reus had tested Diego López before that, but Madrid gradually got back in the game as the first half progressed, free kicks by Ronaldo and Xabi Alonso causing some problems for Weidenfeller and his defence before Ronaldo equalized after Hummels gave the ball away to Higuaín. Within ten minutes of the restart however the German team scored two more, Lewandowski beating the offside trap to collect a pass from Reus and fire a shot past Diego, and the Polish striker completing a hat-trick after picking up Schmelzer's deflected shot and dragging the ball past Pepe to beat the keeper once again. Just twelve minutes later Alonso bundled over Reus in the area, and up stepped Lewandowski to complete the scoring from the penalty spot. A good win for Jürgen Klopp's side, and although Ronaldo's away goal gives Madrid a slight hope, a first ever all-German final looks on the cards.