The 22-year-old believes his side's defence can match their rivals' star-studded attack and is desperate to deliver European football's top prize to the Vicente Calderon
The Spanish sides meet in Lisbon, with Diego Simeone's side hoping to complete an extraordinary double, having sealed the league title last week with a 1-1 draw at Barcelona.
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"Our day has come. We have reached a Champions League final after a long fight and are performing very well. It's going to be a complicated game and very tactical as both teams are tactical," he told Marca.
"They are very good in attack and we know how to defend well. It will be a great game and a special final. I hope I'm in the starting XI can defend my shirt, this emblem and give my all in the Champions League final."