The Italy defender was scathing in his assessment of referee Michael Oliver, who awarded a stoppage-time penalty and sent off goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon for dissent as reigning champions Madrid advanced to the semi-finals 4-3 on aggregate despite Wednesday's 3-1 loss.
Cristiano Ronaldo then stepped up to send the Old Lady crashing out of Europe.
"It was a match in which we suffered", Ronaldo said.
The Serie A giants had fought their way back from a 3-0 deficit to pull level, but with extra-time looming Cristiano Ronaldo managed to clinch a insane win via the penalty spot.
That deficit made Wednesday's return leg seem like an impossible task for Juventus but it got off to the ideal start when Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring with a header two minutes into the match.
Real, Champions League winners in three of the past four seasons, came into the second leg leading 3-0, helped by Ronaldo's stunning bicycle kick.
The Juventus players were incensed and veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon must have taken things too far, as Oliver chose to issue him a straight red card for his protests at the decision.More news: Teacher at Florida shooting school arrested after leaving gun in toilet
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Ramos is one of Madrid's most important players and was sorely missed last night as Madrid surrendered a three goal cushion.
Chillini said that it was the biggest robbery that he had faced in his life but suggested that it is not surprising since Real are always favoured by the referees.
The attitude Real put in the second leg was quite different than the first as they were too confident to the tie was going their way.
120th goal in 150 Champions League appearances.
Mario Mandzukic's first goal after 76 seconds was the fastest that Real Madrid have ever conceded in a Champions League home game.
With Ramos suspended, Zinedine Zidane's team looked hopelessly unorganised against Juventus, and were arguably lucky to progress after scraping through 4-3 on aggregate after Cristiano Ronaldo's last-gasp penalty save his side's blushes.