Dortmund need a Real miracle

orussia Dortmund will need to produce something special in hope of overturning Real Madrid when they meet in the reverse leg at the BVB Stadion.

Kick-off will be on Tuesday evening at 20h45 (CAT).

Real Madrid lost twice at Borussia Dortmund last season in the knockout stages of the competition and will make a quick return to Germany looking to extract a double dose of revenge en-route to the quarter-finals.

It will be a highly remarkable turnaround should the Germans be able to extract a win worthy of sending the game into extra time.

The nine-time European champions won 3-0 in the first leg at the Santiago Bernabéu, meaning they could even afford a repeat of last year’s 4-1 defeat at Dortmund and still progress.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s first-leg goal took his personal tally to 14, matching the record for a European Cup season jointly held by José Altafini (1962/63) and Lionel Messi (2011/12), and he will be out to go beyond the already impressive tally.