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Real Madrid 3-0 Atletico Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick gives Real semi-final advantage

Cristiano Ronaldo scored another European hat-trick as Real Madrid beat Atletico 3-0 in their Champions League semi-final, first leg clash on Tuesday.

The Portugal global has now gotten consecutive trebles in the opposition after likewise doing as such against Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals and put himself on level terms with Barcelona's Lionel Messi for Champions League cap traps (7). 

Ronaldo squandered no time in putting the home side ahead, gesturing home in the ninth moment from a Casemiro cross and delivered an awesome complete in the 73rd moment to twofold Real's lead. 

He adjusted off a fine night for himself and his club by opening home from the center of the case 13 minutes after the fact to place Real in the driving seat in the tie, where they will take their 3-0 advantage into next Wednesday's second leg at the Vicente Calderon Stadium. 

Genuine began the diversion well and could have proceeded in the seventh moment. Isco and Dani Carvajal connected up on the privilege before the last jabbed the midfielder's cross towards objective, just to see it pushed away by Jan Oblak. The Atleti goalkeeper did as such again seconds after the fact as Karim Benzema attempted to slip home the bounce back, however it was turned past the close post. 

After two minutes Ronaldo rose to put Real ahead. Casemiro lobbed an awesome ball into the case and the 32-year-old gestured the midfielder's conveyance home. 

As the half opened up, both goalkeepers were tried. Oblak made a fine spare to keep out a Raphael Varane header in the sixteenth moment before Keylor Navas halted Kevin Gameiro in his tracks as the striker hustled through on objective, going down low to get a solid hand to the ball. 

It could have been a marvelous second for Real just before the half-hour check as Benzema devoted himself completely to a gymnastic overhead kick yet it just went wide. Atletico went close minutes after Benzema's gymnastic exertion, Diego Godin volleyed an Antoine Griezmann traverse the bar at the back post. 

Both sides rolled out improvements toward the begin of the second half, with Nacho supplanting Dani Carvajal before the restart and Diego Simeone bringing on Fernando Torres and Nico Gaitan for Kevin Gameiro and Saul Niguez following 12 minutes. 

As opposed to a hysterical first period, there were few shots after the break, albeit Real were seemingly fortunate to end the diversion with 11 players as Isco jumped into a late handle on Koke in the 65th moment when as of now on a yellow card. In any case, English official Martin Atkinson did not book him once more, much to the alarm of Simone on the sidelines. The midfielder was substituted before long. 

With 20 minutes left to play, Real kicked things into high rigging as Benzema practically turned home from a Marco Asensio cross, just to be foiled by some fine shielding from Godin. 

Yet, after three minutes and Ronaldo caught his second. Benzema perfectly teed-up his partner close to the highest point of the crate as he volleyed home from around 15 yards, creating a brilliant twisting completion into the top corner. 

His night was not over yet however, as he finished his cap trap in the 86th moment in what was another overwhelming showcase from the striker. Lucas Vasquez put in some fine work down the right-hand side, coasting past Godin before clearing a cross into the container which found the feet of Ronaldo on the punishment spot. He took a touch before opening home past Oblak.

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