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MADRID Custom Oklahoma State Cowboys Jersey , April 18 (Xinhua) -- Real Madrid booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League after a controversial 4-2 win at home to Bayern Munich in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final to allow them to qualify 6-3 on aggregate.

Defending a 2-1 lead from the first half, Madrid were taken into extra time by the German side, who had midfielder Nacho Vidal unjustly sent off in the closing minutes over normal time Custom Oklahoma Sooners Jersey , while Madrid's midfielder Casemiro could have seen his second yellow card of the night on two separate occasions, only to be pardoned by the referee on both occasions.

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With a 10-man Bayern then chasing the game in the closing minutes of extra-time Custom Ohio State Buckeyes Jersey , further goals from Ronaldo and Marco Asensio sealed the tie.

The first half was a high-octane affair with both sides looking for an early goal, but despite both sides playing at 100 percent, and Marcelo twice in a minute saved Madrid with blocks from efforts from Arjen Robben and Thiago Alcantara.

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The halftime break saw incidents in the stand as the Spanish police launched a series of baton charges against Bayern fans and the game caught fire on in the second half when Bayern took the lead after Casemiro, who had already been booked, scored a penalty against Robben and Robert Levandowski.

Bayern pushed hard for a second goal which would have put them into the last 4 Custom North Carolina Tar Heels Jersey , but Ronaldo leveled the score on the night with 15 minutes remaining following a Casemiro cross.

Two minutes later a Sergio Ramos own goal tied the aggregate score as he somehow put the ball into his own net with Keylor Navas helpless, but before the end of normal time Bayern were reduced to 10 men after Arturo Vidal was sent off for a second yellow card following a challenge on Marco Asensio in which he clearly won the ball.

Bayern tried hard in extra time, but the extra man was a key factor and Ronaldo made it 2-2 on the night in the 105th minute Custom Michigan Wolverines Jersey , after receiving the ball in an offside positon.

With the German side needing to score twice, Ronaldo finished his hat-trick and Asensio also scored as Madrid twice caught a Bayern side on the break.

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WELLINGTON, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- New Zealand scientists Thursday voiced concerns for the future of international research into issues such as climate change and extreme weather following President Donald Trump's imposition of travel restrictions to the United States.

The Royal Society of New Zealand, the country's leading science organization, said the U.S. hosted many international projects and conferences and there was a significant risk that the advancement of knowledge in critical fields would be hampered if the whole global research community was unable to gather and share knowledge.

""It is of grave concern to the New Zealand research community when events elsewhere in the world put at risk the research endeavor that is most critical to the future of humanity, including the recent restrictions on access to the United States,"" said society president Professor Richard Bedford.

""The New Zealand research community openly welcomes the contributions of researchers from all over the world because the pursuit of knowledge today is truly global,"" Bedford said in a statement.

""Diverse views and backgrounds enrich us and add strength to research and researchers from all countries have a part to play.""

Researchers in the early stages of their careers were especially vulnerable to limitations on engagement with others.

The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) said Trump's travel restrictions would ""retard scientific progress in the United States and the rest of the world at just the time when our civilisation needs science the most.""

""We've just gone two weeks with the new U.S. administration and we are witnessing a geopolitical shake-up that is without precedent,"" NZAS president Craig Stevens said in a statement.

""The world would not be sure that the climate is changing rapidly due to greenhouse gas emissions without the efforts of scientists of all nationalities,"" said Stevens.

""Science and the scientific community cannot tolerate discrimination against people on the basis of their place of birth or religion. In fact, the Trump administration's travel ban has horrified the global scientific community.""

The new U.S. administration was also using ""new and seriously partisan media to deconstruct science,"" which had ""happened before with abhorrent consequences.""

""There are so many, many challenges facing our species: population, climate, equality, health, environment and more besides,"" said Stevens.

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