night and potentially his run in the Champions League ended on Wednesday night with a red card after Michael Oliver sent him off for dissent after awarding Real Madrid a late penalty.
But Mehdi Benatia knocked down Lucas Vasquez before the latter could head home a stoppage time victor, and Cristiano Ronaldo converted the penalty awarded by Michael Oliver.
"The referee gave a penalty and it's left a bitter taste in the mouth, but I don't want to talk about these incidents".
"I understand it's a frustrating situation but I think he will think about what he said and possibly say different words in a few days".
The goals cancelled out Real's resounding 3-0 win in Turin a week earlier but Lucas Vazquez won a disputed injury-time penalty.
As examples of Italian clubs' suffering with decisions, Agnelli also pointed to Roma, who overcame a 4-1 deficit to eliminate Barcelona on Tuesday, and AC Milan, who crashed out of the Europa League last month after Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty. Giving a penalty like that after a memorable match, sending off someone who has never been red-carded for dissent in his life in my final game, is simply not acceptable.
"I won't accept that a referee is in charge of a game like this with two such high-profile teams and doesn't have the character, courage or ability to make calm decisions". "In football, nothing is given away, you have to fight until the end".
"You can not ruin the dreams of a team". If you don't have personality, you better watch the game from the stands with your wife and your kids while eating fries.
"You can not ruin the dreams of a team".
"We knew we had to suffer until the end and our goal puts us in the semi-finals, which is the most important thing".
Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane said,"It was a penalty, they've told me it was a penalty".
In Madrid, Juventus looked to have staged a stunning revival to force extra time after Mario Mandzukic scored twice in the first half and Blaise Matuidi added a third on the hour mark after a goalkeeping clanger from Real's Keylor Navas.
"We have to react quickly from this blow because we still have titles to play for", he said.