The last ten minutes saw a barrage of chances from the German side, who were trying everything.
Real were first out the blocks in the second half, as Benzema capitalised on a bad mistake from Sven Ulreich to bag his second of the night and put Madrid back in control. The ball again fell to a Bayern player as James Rodriguez came streaking in at point blank range, but he agonizingly blazed the shot over the bar, a strikingly bad miss.
Real Madrid welcomed Bayern Munich to the Bernabeu with a 2-1 aggregate lead from the first leg.
With the German side feeling confident after the break, their hearts were broken just 28 seconds into the second half.
Bayern found consistent space on the left side of the field, almost forcing Madrid head man Zinedine Zidane to make a very early defensive sub.
Joshua Kimmich scored for Bayern in the third minute to set the stage for another comeback at the Santiago Bernabeu, like the one Juventus almost pulled off in the quarterfinals. James stuck out his foot to almost convert right in front of goal after Robert Lewandowski's effort was blocked by Madrid goalie Keylor Navas, who was again brilliant. Niklas Sule sent in a cross from a deep right position, and it came to Rodriguez in acres of space at the penalty spot.
Despite the disastrous error by Ulrich, Bayern was able to respond to make things interesting.
It was roles reversed as the second half kicked off, this time Madrid got the early goal. The goal featured 28 passes in the build-up, second to only a Barcelona group stage score for most in the Champions League this season according to Opta.
James Rodriguez, on loan from Madrid, hit a deserved equaliser for Bayern in the 63rd to set up a gripping finale but despite waves of pressure from the visitors, the Spaniards clung on, becoming the first team since Juventus in 1998 to reach the final for three years in succession.
Following the mistake, Bayern pushed forward knowing they needed two goals to advance.
They will face either Liverpool or Roma, with the Reds holding a 5-2 lead over the Italian side after an action-packed first leg at Anfield.
The company came under fire in March for how it handles users' data after the Cambridge Analytica scandal came to light. Koum clashed with Facebook over its approach to encryption and personal data, according to a Washington Post report.
Mr Pashinian is the only candidate, but the chamber is controlled by the ruling party, and Mr Pashinian needs their votes to win. For election to the post of Prime Minister Pashinyan must receive at least 53 votes in Parliament.
The Republican Party holds a majority of 58 seats of 105 in Armenia's parliament, the National Assembly. I want very much to see all the factions demonstrate unity in a bid to get out of the political crisis.
Leg-spinner Imran Tahir, medium-pacer Dwayne Bravo and leggie Karn Sharma have also made breakthroughs for CSK at crucial moments. Round the wicket from Maxwell, pitching outside off and the batsman misses his swing as the ball skids on straight to the stumps.
Cardinal George Pell has been ordered to appear Wednesday in the Victoria state County Court where he will eventually stand trial. Unable to talk about evidence before the court, Milligan told nine.com.au that a long, hard road lies ahead for accusers of Pell.
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Onlookers can be heard screaming for help as the lion swings at Hodge, who then appears motionless at that point. Unfortunately, as he wasn't fast enough, the lion caught hold of him and dragged him away.
Giving up two second-round picks without trading the No. 22 pick this year or next year's first-round pick is fine. The Bills shipped that and the 65 pick to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for the 16 and 154 selections.
But Toronto's second unit was even better - finishing fourth overall at 41.8 ppg (first in the league after January 1 at 44.3). After missing most of the first round with a shoulder injury, VanVleet is back healthy, and the Raptors are at full strength.
Globo TV reported some 150 people lived in the building, but most were not inside at the time of the fire and subsequent collapse. Firefighters continued trying to fully extinguish the flames amid the debris of concrete chunks and twisted metal pipes.
The decision has infuriated Palestinians, who see the annexed eastern half of the holy city as the capital of their future state. Israeli forces have killed 42 Palestinians since Gaza residents began staging protests along the border fence on March 30.
Taiwan dumped by Dominican Republic amid pressure from China
Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, described the Dominican Republic's shift as part of a broader trend in Beijing's favor. While Taiwan faces serious diplomatic challenges, Wu stressed that the government will not bow to pressure from Beijing.
John Kelly Denies Calling Trump an 'idiot'
Chief of Staff John Kelly looks out of the Oval Office onto the Rose Garden before the start of a news conference on Monday. Officials told NBC that Kelly questioned aloud why Porter's alleged victims "wouldn't just move on".
Modi attacks Rahul over '15-minute' dare
When he mentioned former Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot, he didn't forget to mention state party chief Sachin Pilot. The elections will be held in 224 Assembly constituencies on May 12th and the results will be declared on May 15th.
Bears take C Daniels, WR Miller in 2nd round
After his true junior season, Daniels submitted for feedback from the NFL Draft Advisory and then declared for the 2018 NFL Draft. The Bears needed help at guard with Josh Sitton gone and with Kyle Long recovering from ankle, shoulder and neck surgeries.
Thick-skinned Trump 'will definitely come to London'
There is a possibility that Trump may meet with Queen Elizabeth II, though those plans are not yet finalized, the sources added. A Department of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman said: 'There is a standing invitation to President Trump to visit Ireland.
Sainsbury's and Asda play seismic supermarket sweep
In April 2016, they announced a £1.4 billion takeover of Argos, which led to better than expected results the following Christmas. GMB will be making sure the voices of supermarket workers are not lost amid all the talk of mergers and acquisitions".