While it is undoubtedly the end of an era for a Real team in desperate need of rebuilding, plaudits must be handed to a vibrant Ajax who had 30-year-old Tadic and 19-year-old defender Matthijs de Ligt as among their standout performers.
Ajax were hugely impressive in the Champions League round of 16 first leg as they repeatedly broke down the Real Madrid defence with some intricate passages of play, but they ultimately lost 2-1 with profligacy in front of goal and bad officiating costing them.
"This week everything has gone against us".
Eleven minutes later Tadic played provider again, this time with considerable flair, putting Real Madrid defensive midfielder Casemiro through the spin cycle before rolling a pass to the near post for David Neres to slot home. "The season continues and we have to keep playing".
In the 62nd minute, Tadic finished off another graceful Ajax attacking move with a thunderous top-shelf strike to go up 3-0. Madrid have ridden their luck plenty of times on the way to UCL success in recent years, with clear flaws in the team not being punished by opponents.
However, their record in the Champions League has been remarkable, with Juve the last side to knock them out the competition in the 2014/15 semi-finals.
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If you were to describe Real Madrid's performance in one word, it would be jaded.
But at 33, his best years were seen by many to be behind him. Unlike his predecessor, Solari has been given plenty of time to figure out solutions to Real Madrid's problems.
More league losses followed toward the end of 2018 and early in 2019, as Barcelona took control of the league.
Simply put, Lopetegui's time at Madrid was a disaster.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur parleyed its 2-0 away advantage easily, as Harry Kane fired a single goal to defeat Borussia Dortmund and advance to the quarter-finals on a 3-0 aggregate win.
Sections of the Bernabeu jeered the Wales forward when he was substituted after 61 minutes of Saturday's 1-0 defeat by Barcelona.