MONACO, April 6 (Reuters) - Monaco
produced a remarkable comeback to knock nine-times winners Real Madrid out of
the Champions League with a 3-1 victory in the second leg of their quarter-final
Inspirational captain Ludovic Giuly
scored twice as the French league leaders recovered from a goal down on the
night to level the aggregate score at 5-5 and qualify for the last four on the
away goals rule. They face Chelsea in the semi-finals.
Trailing 4-2 from the first leg in
Spain, Monaco looked down and out when Raul gave Real a 36th-minute lead.
Giuly gave them hope with a goal on
the stroke of halftime, though, before Fernando Morientes, on loan from Real,
made it 2-1 after the break and Giuly's deft 66th-minute flick sealed one of the
biggest Champions League shocks of recent years.