Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah were the culprits in front of goal for the visitors before two goals in four second-half minutes ensured Madrid's first win in a two-legged tie over Italian opposition in Europe for 29 years.

Ronaldo swept home Lucas Vazquez's cross 26 minutes from time before turning provider for Rodriguez to smash home the second.
"I am happy with the way we attacked and I think defensively we improved a lot in the second-half," said Real boss Zinedine Zidane.
"Everyone dreams of winning the Champions League and we are in the hunt," he added. Roma coach Luciano Spalletti criticised his side's mental strength after letting Madrid off the hook.
"We have to point out that we had more chances than them and if we'd taken them then the psychology of the game changes," said Spalletti.


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