As for the red card, some people seem to think that because Gianluigi Buffon has been a great goalkeeper Oliver was wrong to send him off.
Juve had went into the game 3-0 down from the first leg in Italy, but turned the tie on its head by leading 3-0 going into injury time.
"We're very proud of the game we played", he said.
He added: "If you have the cynicism to award a penalty like that, you are not a man, you are an animal".
"The team gave it's all, but a human being can not destroy dreams like that at the end of an extraordinary comeback on a dubious situation". He had to understand the degree of the disaster he was creating.
After the game, the shot-stopper criticised Oliver, stating: "If you don't have the character to walk on a pitch like this in a stadium like this, you can sit in the stands with your wife, your kids, drinking your Sprite and eating crisps".
Juventus veteran Giorgio Chiellini has declared the pride he has for their run to the Champions League quarterfinals.
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Tras igualar el duelo y rozar el segundo gol, el "Cholo" volvió al plan inicial y ordenó el repliegue de sus hombres . El Barsa tiene una ventaja de 11 puntos sobre el Atlético en la cima de la tabla con siete jornadas restantes.
"There was a moment of confusion and unfortunately this is what happened", Allegri said at the postgame news conference. "We can't allow these incidents to occur".
However, at least Buffon was happy about Juve's display.
Oliver, 33, from Ashington, Northumberland, has not been seen publicly since the final whistle at the Bernabeu in Madrid. "The most important thing is we have the technology, it exists and is in use, so we have to bring it into the Champions League".
The night time caps off a helter-skelter quarter-final spherical of the competitors, which noticed Roma advance on the expense of perennial favorites Barcelona in an exhilarating three-goal comeback, whereas English aspect Liverpool put runaway Premier League leaders Manchester Metropolis to the sword.
"If UEFA are not ready, then they need to train people quickly, just as Serie A did, plus in Germany, Portugal and elsewhere", said Agnelli.
On second viewing, it looked as though Oliver made the correct call and in the eyes of Ronaldo, there was no doubt about it.
"I think the referees have a hard job but we also have a hard job", said Buffon. Why did the referee give that penalty while did his colleague ignored a similar tackle on Cuadrado in Turin in the first leg?