Vinícius Jr. double earns Real Madrid 2-2 draw at Bayern


Jordan Pickford's take on Bellingham and Kane penalty incident

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford gives his take on the Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane incident in the Champions League.

Real Madrid's Vinícius Júnior scored twice, including an 83rd minute penalty, to snatch a 2-2 draw at Bayern Munich in an entertaining Champions League semifinal, first leg on Tuesday, leaving the tie wide open.

The Brazil international struck against the run of play when he slotted in to give the visitors the lead from Toni Kroos' defence-splitting pass after 24 minutes.

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Bayern had struck twice in four minutes early in the second half to turn the game around before Vinícius' spot kick.

Facing each other for a record eighth time at this stage of the competition, it was Bayern who got off to a strong start, racking up half a dozen attempts on goal by the 15th minute with Leroy Sané and Harry Kane coming close.

Real needed only one chance to score though, stunning the home crowd against the run of play when Kroos sliced open the Bayern defence with a through ball and Vinícius chased it down to beat goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.

Kroos almost added another himself in the 51st but his curled shot was palmed wide by Neuer. Instead, it was Bayern who scored two minutes later with a solo effort and shot from Sane for a deserved equaliser.

Their comeback was complete in the 57th when Jamal Musiala was brought down by Lucas Vázquez and Kane sent Andriy Lunin the wrong way to put the home side ahead.

Real, chasing a 15th European Cup, levelled in the 83rd with Vinícius' penalty to set up a mouth-watering return leg in Madrid next week.

"Everything we're fighting for is in this competition," said Kane. "We've just got to find a way to get it done. Real Madrid away is going to be tough but we've got to go there with full belief and go for the win.

"The Champions League is the biggest of them all. If we can somehow get our hands on it, it will be an amazing season -- but there's still a long way to go."

The winners will face either Borussia Dortmund or Paris St Germain, who meet in the second semi-final on Wednesday.

The winners will face either Borussia Dortmund or Paris Saint-Germain, who meet in the second semifinal on Wednesday.