Madrid: Diego López; Essien, Sergio
Ramos, Varane, Coentrao (Kaká 56'); Xabi Alonso (Khedira 66'), Modric;
Di María, Özil, Cristiano Ronaldo; Higuaín (Benzema 56').
Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Piszczek, Subotic, Hummels, Schmelzer; Bender, Gündogan; Blaszczykowski (Santana 91'), Götze (Grosskreuz 13'), Reus; Lewandowski (Kehl 87'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 82. Benzema. Got on the end of Özil cross to turn shot past Weidenfeller.
2-0. 88. Sergio Ramos. Collected Benzema pass and fired shot into roof of net.
Real Madrid were just a goal short of turning around their semi-final tie against Borussia Dortmund, a 2-0 victory in the Bernabeu stadium not quite enough to overturn the 4-1 defeat from the first leg. Mourinho's side failed to convert several chances in the opening quarter of an hour, Weidenfeller having to save from Higuaín and Ronaldo, and Ronaldo, Higuaín and Özil all wasting opportunities to score. Lewandowski, the four goal hero from the first leg, saw an effort saved by Diego López though, and five minutes after the restart the Polish striker fired a shot against the crossbar. Diego had to save from Gündogan and Lewandowski headed another chance wide as well as Dortmund began the second half with a flourish, but they sat back after that to protect their first leg lead. Di María, Ronaldo and Kaká all tried their luck, but it was not until eight minutes from the end that Benzema finally got on the end of Özil's cross to open the scoring. Six minutes later Sergio Ramos fired home a second after Benzema laid the ball back across goal, but although Ramos and Ronaldo both did their best after that, there was just not enough time left to get that third goal they needed.