Real Madrid's Marcelo celebrates scoring their first goal with Sergio Ramos and Isco. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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At the Allianz Arena, Zinedine Zidane's side had only 39.7 percent possession – their second lowest after the 3-0 defeat to Barcelona in December – while Bayern had 17 shots on goal to Madrid's seven.Bayern defender Joshua Kimmich gave the home side the lead with the help of unconvincing goalkeeping from Madrid's Keylor Navas and Franck Ribery missed a chance to double the lead before Marcelo equalized just before halftime.Barcelona-based daily Mundo Deportivo praised through gritted teeth Madrid's knack of winning games without being at their best.As well as benefiting from Bayern's lack of sharpness, Madrid also showed their versatility when winger Lucas Vazquez switched to right-back to cover for Dani Carvajal who was forced off injured.
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