It was a painful moment for Zidane and his men when Reus 88th minutes equalizer turned things around and compelled Madrid to a 2-2 draw at the Santiago Bernebeu Stadium, leading Madrid to finish second behind the German side.
Madrid had taken a first half lead through Benzema in the 28th minutes and in the second half, Benzema scored a second goal in the 53rd minutes, giving the home side a comfortable lead.
However, Aubameyang’s 60th minutes goal reduced the tally and put the home side under pressure making Zidane’s men to go search for another goal or defend the lead, but it was the German side who benefited as Reus late equalizer was all Dortmund needed to finish top of group F.
Reus goal makes Dortmund to score 21 goals, and the team to score the highest goals in group stage tournament while Barcelona trail with 20 goals.
This is the first time Madrid will finish second in a group in the past five seasons.