Tuesday, 5 May 2015

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The Spaniard, who again played in midfield in the absence of Luka Modric, is unhappy with how he performed in Turin but thinks Los Blancos can turn the tie around

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The Atletico ace took to Twitter to feign shock at Martin Atkinson not sending off Dani Carvajal, given the official had dismissed him for similar offences last month

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The Colombian is confident the Santiago Bernabeu faithful can roar their side through to the final next Wednesday, arguing that the Blancos were unlucky to lose in Turin

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The former Blancos forward was buoyed by the Bianconeri's 2-1 win in Turin but pointed out that next week's return clash at Santiago Bernabeu will be far more "dangerous"

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The Bianconeri coach was thrilled with the performance of his side against the reigning European champions in Turin but was disappointed that they did not win by a bigger margin

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The Mexican was dropped by Carlo Ancelotti for their loss at Juventus and, despite being gutted at not starting in Turin, he thinks the Blancos can still make the final

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The former Manchester United captain was not impressed by the Welshman's contribution during Los Blancos' Champions League defeat at Juventus Stadium

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The Bundesliga champions are shorn of several star men for the game at Camp Nou but the goalkeeper insists they will not play defensively against Luis Enrqiue's side

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The former Blancos striker haunted his old side with an excellent display in attack as the Serie A champions secured a narrow semi-final advantage in Turin

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The veteran playmaker was buoyed by Juventus' victory over Real Madrid but is taking nothing for granted ahead of next week's return clash at the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Bayern Munich boss says there is no tactical plan to nullify the Argentine's effect on matches but does not want his players to focus solely on his old charge

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The Catalan coach faces Barcelona for the first time since leaving Camp Nou in 2012, though World Cup-winner Low doubts he will have any inside knowledge on his old club

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The Argentine legend has hit out at the Fifa president and hopes the Swiss will no longer be in charge after this year's election

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The Argentine has nothing but praise for his compatriot and, despite falling just short in 2014, feels he still has plenty of opportunities to guide his country to World Cup glory

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The Spain Under-21s international looks to have ended speculation about his future by signing a new contract with Diego Siemeone's side to last him until June 2020

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The German midfielder and the experienced winger will both miss Bayern Munich's Champions League semi-final first leg after failing to recover from their injury problems