Bayern Munich's defence of the Champions League title ended on Tuesday evening as Real Madrid humbled them in Germany, beating them 5-0 on aggregate over two legs and 4-0 on the night.
Two goals from Sergio Ramos and two from Cristiano Ronaldo were enough to out-do Bayern, who had 69% of the possession, 648 attempted passes (to Real's 278) but not a single goal to show for it after 90 minutes at the Allianz Arena.
The other Champions League semifinal will be contested by Real's local rivals Atletico Madrid, bossed by Diego Simeone, and a former club of Real manager Carlo Ancelotti - Chelsea.
Commenting at the post-match press conference, Ancelotti said: "I don't know what happens ion the next semifinal but Chelsea has a lot of experience for this kind of game.
"On the other side we have a team who are strong and have a lot of confidence.
"It really doesn't matter who will be the team we face, just that one of the teams will be Real Madrid."
Los Blancos are perfectly poised to finally challenge for La Decima - their tenth Champions League title.