This thread seems to be more about the media than the game, which is a shame.
Having said that, we had Wim van Hanegem (at one time almost our manager) and Wim Kieft as pundits, both had mainly sensible things to say about the match, and the commentary wasn't too bad either.
I think you can safely say that two semi-finalists are already known after yesterday's two matches.
Spurs started poorly, the first goal was nearly comical with the non marking (Jenas) of Adebayor and Modric spreadeagled on the post.
The match was truly over after Peter Crouch's dismissal, not clever at all.
Rafael v/d Vaart was almost as poor as he was in the second match against Hungary last week, so it didn't take a great Madrid to dictate things, especially after half time.