Ramos' Indiscretion May Cost Him Semi-Final Action

Kostas Manolas wheels away in celebration. Image PA

Liverpool shocked everybody, except for their most true believing supporters in the way that they manhandled Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal. Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, who was suspended from the second leg encounter was watching the game from the stands but came down to the dug-out in the second half as he watched his side surrender a three-goal advantage.

Real Madrid had been trailing 0-3 on the night and the game was on the verge of going into extra-time when the English referee judged Medhi Benatia's slight contact on Lucas Vazquez was enough for him to give a penalty.

Here's everything you need to know about the draw.

Should referee Michael Oliver include Ramos' behaviour in his match report today, Ramos could be set to miss the first leg of the semi-final.

It's the draw to decide the semi-final line-up for the last four of the Champions League.

No, at this stage of the competition anyone can face anyone.

The draw takes place on Friday, April 13th.

The first legs will be on Tuesday, April 24th and Wednesday 25, with the return legs on Tuesday, May 1 and Wednesday 2.

Barcelona also have a commanding 4-1 lead from the first leg against Roma, and Bayern Munich were 2-1 victors away from home to Sevilla.

Of course, with Real Madrid scraping through at the eleventh hour, it is hard to see them not getting through to the final.

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