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Old 22nd December 2006, 03:40   #1
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Default REAL MADRID (H) - CL - 23/04/2003 - 1 Video

23 April 2003 ? Champions League Quarter Final 2nd Leg
Manchester United 4-3 Real Madrid
(6:32 min clip)

Manchester United fight back against a hat trick from Brazilian Ronaldo to win the match 4-3 but are knocked out on aggregate after losing the first leg 3-1.

GOAL: Ronaldo (12 mins)
GOAL: van Nistelrooy (43 mins)
GOAL: Ronaldo (50 mins)
OWN GOAL: Helguera (52 mins)
GOAL: Ronaldo (59 mins)
GOAL: Beckham (71 mins)
GOAL: Beckham (84 mins)


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Old 31st December 2006, 04:54   #2
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They didn't show the standing ovation for Ronaldo
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