Champions League: Modric’s pass for Rodrygo’s goal was illegal – Rio Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand, a former Manchester United defender, praised Luka Modric's performance after Real Madrid eliminated Chelsea from this year's Champions League.
Modric set up Rodrygo with a spectacular pass to make it 3-1 on the night and 4-4 on the season.
Ferdinand, who was a BT Sport analyst at the time, lost his voice when he called the assist "illegal."
"This pass from Luka Modric is why I lost my voice today!" he explained. That's against the law." Luka, Muka, whatever his name was, I was shouting. Phenomenal.
Chelsea took a three-goal lead with to goals from Mason Mount, Antonio Rudiger, and Timo Werner until Rodrygo responded with 10 minutes remaining.
In extra time, Karim Benzema sealed Madrid's place in the semi-final.
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