Although the meaning of the tweet is not clear, it has been seen as a judgement on the goal being given, but Ramos said that Barcelona have been the recipients of similar decisions going in their favour.
"I think everyone was a witness to a game that wrote history today.
Swindled in the truest sense of the word", Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said in his post-game dinner speech, after Tuesday's 4-2 loss in Madrid saw the Spanish side progress 6-3 on aggregate.
He said, "You have to live with these decisions although I am in favour of the VAR".
"One year of hard work, thank you referee, bravo!" was the caption on one of his photos.
Ronaldo celebrated his first goal - a thumping header from a Casemiro cross - by putting a finger to his lips and turning towards the stands. "The (red) card for Arturo wasn't a card and then the two goals from Cristiano are offside so clearly we are not happy".
He showed that here when he scored three goals.
His Real Madrid counterpart Zinedine Zidane did not want to discuss the refereeing but he claimed Bayern's second goal could have also been ruled offside.
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"It's verging on ridiculous, really, to score so many goals in such a challenging competition", he told United's official website.
"It's a special competition for Real Madrid", Ronaldo said.
Ronaldo tapped in a third from Marcelo's pass when he again looked to be fractionally ahead of the play, before Marco Asensio added a fine fourth to safeguard the win. I'm very proud of all of the players because they put massive effort into this.
"In the first leg, Bayern were wrongly awarded a penalty".
A statement released by Bayern on Wednesday read: "During the half-time break of Bayern Munich's Champions League match at Real Madrid on Tuesday, Bayern Munich's fans came in for some violent attacks by the Spanish police".
READ | FC Bayern Munich fume over Champions League "robbery" by Real Madrid C.F. "More than the second yellow [for Vidal] or the offside goals, the six goals we scored over the two games mean we deserved to go through in the tie".
The German champions had been beaten on their previous four trips to Spain without even scoring a goal.