Madrid loses to Leipzig but qualifies for Champions League quarterfinals.

Real Madrid's sluggish 1-1 draw with RB Leipzig a day later—narrowly qualifying for the quarterfinals 2-1 on aggregate—crushed fans after Kylian Mbappé's Champions League masterclass for Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday had them dreaming of the future.  

Madrid had a disappointing round-of-16, producing little offense and appearing weak defensively.  

Leipzig's 20 shots to Madrid's 11 may have cost them if they had a better team and cooler minds.   

Madrid must improve significantly to compete with Manchester City this season.  

Jude Bellingham is good news. In his debut Champions League knockout encounter for Madrid, he started the scoring with a pass for Vinícius Júnior after missing the first leg in Germany.  

Bellingham has scored or assisted in all six Champions League matches for Madrid this season, totaling four goals and four assists.  

A peaceful pre-match mood at Santiago Bernabeu. Madrid only needed to defend or increase their 1-0 lead from the first match on Feb. 13.  

Coach Carlo Ancelotti chose a conservative team. Bellingham, Vinicius, and Federico Valverde formed a front three with Bellingham in the middle, ahead of Aurélien Tchouaméni, Toni Kroos, and Eduardo Camavinga in midfield.  

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