"We have to think about the good things that we did in the first leg in Munich and learn from the match against Juventus at home", said backup Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, referring to the 3-1 loss in the quarterfinals. We know what we have to do.
"We know what playing in another final means". Whatever happens, there are many of us and we can do a lot of things, ' the coach remarked. The match will take place on may 1 at 21.45 Kyiv time.
But in a contest where Bayern suffered some cruel refereeing decisions, he was comfortably eclipsed by Cristiano Ronaldo as Madrid went on to win 4-2 after extra-time.
The mid-2000s Milan team, though they won two Champions Leagues and reached the semi-finals every year but over a five-year stretch, struggled domestically, surprisingly winning only one Serie A title despite boasting legends such as Andriy Shevchenko, Rivaldo, Alessandro Nesta, Kaka, and Andrea Pirlo. They weren't at their best last weekend but have the tactical quality and tactical intelligent to dominate proceedings, slowing the tempo and frustrating Bayern, who aren't particularly good at pressing. No wonder he nurses the idea that Madrid would be a more rewarding stage for him to play out the rest of his peak years. The defending champion has the benefit of having experienced the mercurial nature of these ties and will be keen to make its advantage count on this occasion. This season we have shown we can have success in very tight games. We will need to play like never before this year to be able to advance. "It's what drives us all on, the fans, the club, the team want to give everything to get to the final". Real Madrid will counter hard, but this is where you need to trust your defensive players to track back and do their job. We must try to score quickly.
Last week, it was Bayern who had the huge injury problems, but Real have been rocked by the fact Isco, Dani Carvajal and Raphael Varane have all joined Nacho Fernandez on the treatment table, meaning Jesus Vallejo, Theo Hernandez and Asensio could all come in. But injuries to key stars including Jerome Boateng, Arjen Robben and even David Alaba could see the Bavarian giants struggle to maintain that same pace in the second leg.
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