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Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid 2013 Battles in UEFA Champions League

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ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid 2013 (en vivo live score results below) battles in a UEFA Champions League Semifinals soccer match today. The April 24, 2013 game marks the first of two futbol matches between these two teams in the semifinals. They will next battle against on April 30, officials tell news.

Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid 2013 (start time 11:45 am PST) follows a surprising final score in the Bayern Munich vs Barcelona game yesterday. Muller delivered two goals at twenty-five and eighty-two minutes for Bayern Munich. Gomez and Robben scored at forty-nine and seventy-three minutes respectively.

Real Madrid advanced to today’s semifinals after an impressive showing against Galatasaray. Ronaldo helped lead Real Madrid to a 3-0 final score in the first leg of that quarterfinals match. Then in the second leg, Ronaldo scored both of the team’s goals against Galatasaray.

Borussia Dortmund reached today’s game after mixed results against Malaga. Borussia Dortmund ended the leg in a scoreless draw. And then in the second game, Borussia Dortmund narrowly picked up the win in a 3-2 final score, officials remind news. Scoring came from Santana, Reus and Lewandowski

Both teams have comparable records in recent weeks, officials tell news. Borussia Dortmund has four wins and one draw in their last five games. Real Madrid has four wins and one loss in their last five showdowns.

But Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho tell news that his team needs a win today. “At this club to finish second is not enough, nor is it to reach the semi-finals. We need to give our maximum to reach the final.”

He also tells news, that in his opinion, his team deserves a win today. “I would like football to do justice to our players because with a few exceptions, none of them have won this competition so far and we’ve never won it as a team, and they deserve to do so. We’ve fallen in two semi-finals, one is best forgotten (against Barcelona) and the other on penalties (against Bayern) in a very tough manner.” He added “Hopefully football will now be fair with my players.” For live score updates today click HERE.

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