Thursday 5 May 2016

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The Yellow Submarine have a slender advantage from the opener in Castellon, but their trainer is undaunted by the prospect of facing the Reds crowd in full voice

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The two clubs from the Spanish capital will not only meet each other in the European showpiece, but both are also keen to unseat Barcelona from the league's summit

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The Welsh attacker feels his move was the correct decision as he could win his second European crown in three years after his side reached the final, where Atletico Madrid await

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Manuel Pellegrini's men failed to score a single goal across the two-legged tie, but the defender believes they have plenty to be happy about despite defeat

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The Spanish defender has pledged the team will give everything against Atletico Madrid when they meet at San Siro in the Champions League final later this month

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The Portuguese strike came back after recent injury troubles for the last-four clash, and said that despite the closeness of the result his side were superior

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The coach praised his players and the fans after they scraped through to the Champions League final with a 1-0 win over Manchester City at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday

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Gareth Bale's effort was deflected past the goalkeeper by his unfortunate team-mate, and he believed that the game could have been anyone's without that turning point

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An own goal from Fernando saw Real Madrid through to the Champions League final after a two-legged affair lacking in clear cut chances, much to the dismay of the Chilean coach

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The pair's shootout at San Siro could go a long way towards deciding the winner of this year's prize, while Atletico Madrid have a shot at history - and revenge over rivals Real

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You can ask correspondents Ben Hayward, Sam Lee and Alberto Pinero their reactions to Wednesday's Champions League semi-final encounter in our live question and answer session

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The Frenchman has overseen a notable improvement in La Liga and in Europe since the sacking of Benitez and Real's march to the Milan showpiece is vindication for Florentino Perez

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Fernando's own goal ensures progression for Zinedine Zidane's side as they set the stage for the second all-Madrid Champions League final in three years

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The Brazilian sent Gareth Bale's thunderous strike past his own keeper 20 minutes in, and the visitors rarely looked like fighting back as they succumbed to the 2013-4 champions

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The Real Madrid defender's new style wasn't well received by the masses during his side's Champions League semi-final encounter with Manchester City

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The coach admits his side must remain strong at Anfield on Thursday as the Reds have enough power to threaten his side in the second-leg of their Europa League semi-final

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The Wales international looked to have netted his first European goal in 12 games, but his deflected strike against Manchester City has been credited as an own goal by Fernando

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Despite having suggested he could leave the club after this season, the german shot-stopper insists that he is determined to keep fighting for his place

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The World Cup winner has split his trousers in Real Madrid's last two matches in Europe - but he's vowed to wear a larger size for Wednesday's game at the Santiago Bernabeu