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All this had happened insideAll this had happened inside
13-04-2018, 07:10 AM
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All this had happened insideAll this had happened inside
All this had happened inside
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A round of shocks almost had the biggest of them all, a miracle mighty close, the champions following Barcelona in being knocked out by Italian opposition. In Turin they had been applauded, Cristiano Ronaldo holding his heart in gratitude after his superb goal was handed an ovation; at the Bernabéu there were hands on hearts too, in agony, right to the end. And then Ronaldo appeared once more.
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