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The Week in Soccer

From around the globe, the best of the beautiful game (April 23—29, 2018).

Feast your eyes on these stunning shots from another picture-perfect week of soccer.

STAYING FOCUSED Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images STAYING FOCUSED Cristiano Ronaldo couldn't control the ball, but Real Madrid's 2-1 road victory over Bayern Munich put them in prime position to return to the Champions League title game. NO LOBE LOST Julian Finney/Getty Images NO LOBE LOST Dusan Tadic takes hold of Bournemouth's Nathan Ake in a 2-1 Southampton Premier League victory. SERIOUSLY? Mike Hewitt/Getty Images SERIOUSLY? Atletico Madrid's Sime Vrsaljko can't believe his eyes as he's shown a red card just 10 minutes into the UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg against Arsenal. HIGH JINX Clive Brunskill/Getty Images HIGH JINX Mohamed Salah (right) and Roberto Firmino have double the fun at Anfield, scoring a combined-four goals in Liverpool's 5-2 first leg win over Roma in the Champions League semi-final. JET FUELED Ashley Feder/Getty Images JET FUELED Newcastle Jets' Jason Hoffman nets the game-winner to drop Melbourne City 2-1 in their A-League semi-final. LIGHTHEADED Mike Hewitt/Getty Images LIGHTHEADED Alexandre Lacazette puts home a header for Arsenal's lone goal in a 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid in their UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg. EYES ON THE PRIZE Catherine Ivill/Getty Images EYES ON THE PRIZE Denis Odoi shows a nose for the ball in Fullham's Sky Bet Championship match with Sunderland. FLARE THEE WELL Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images FLARE THEE WELL It was all-red everything outside Anfield ahead of the Champions League semi-final. ELEVATED STATUS DOUGLAS MAGNO/AFP/Getty Images ELEVATED STATUS Sassá soars past Universidad de Chile goalkeeper Johnny Herrera during Cruziero's 7-0 victory ON KLOPP OF THE WORLD Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images ON KLOPP OF THE WORLD Liverpool's animated manager Jurgen Klopp was fired up after the first of his team's five goals on the evening.