Bayern Munich Vs. Real Madrid, 2012 Champions League Semifinal: Ramos Booked, Di María Subbed

There's about 10 minutes left in this one, and it's still Bayern Munich 1-1 Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena. Since Mesut Özil's equaliser, it's been basically all Bayern -- the visitors are looking to simply sit back and hit their opponents on the counterattack, which hasn't really worked very well of late because Bayern are doing such a great job of keeping the ball. An overly exuberant attempt to rectify that particular situation from Sergio Ramos has led to a yellow card for the centre back after a nasty tackle on Thomas Müller.

Here's another sub by Jose Mourinho -- Ángel di María, who was Madrid's standout player in the first half, has been replaced by Esteban Granero, a central midfielder. This means that the visitors are probably in a 4-3-3 with Marcelo on Karim Benzema's left, in case you're the sort of person who needs to know the formation at all times, in which case you're a weirdo.

We have live coverage of the game in our Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid, UEFA Champions League StoryStream. For more on the two teams, head over to Bayern Munich blog Bavarian Football Works and Real Madrid blog Managing Madrid.

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