Real Madrid look destined to suffer a third Champions League semi-final defeat in three seasons after conceding four goals to Robert Lewandowski in a remarkable 4-1 first-leg defeat away at Borussia Dortmund.
Robert Lewandowski celebrates after his fourth goal. (AFP Photo)
Mario Goetze's imminent record transfer to Bayern Munich had dominated the build-up to the contest and, it was feared, would distract Dortmund from the task at hand. But Lewandowski produced one of the most destructive performances ever seen in the latter stages of the competition, slaying Madrid in a compelling demonstration of centre-forward play.
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