Zinedine Zidane wary of Malaga as Real Madrid return to LaLiga action

Lynette Rowe
April 16, 2018

He added: "It will be more hard after the Champions League match because the effort has been enormous, but we have managed, very well, the three days (since the game) and now we are ready for another league match".

Cristiano Ronaldo held his nerve to send his side through 4-3 on aggregate after Juve had staged a remarkable comeback, levelling the tie by leading 3-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Corriere dello Sport, a daily sports newspaper in Rome, led with the headline "Che Furto", meaning "What A Theft", while Sport, the Barcelona daily, carried "El Robo Del Siglo" on its front page, "The Theft Of The Century".

"What Guardiola has to say doesn't interest me because we went through and won the Champions League".

"It's a disgrace. I'm very very disappointed that people keep talking about a robbery".

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"No-one's going to change the history of this club, which is the best in the world".

But despite the changes made by the Frenchman, Madrid eased to a fifth consecutive away victory in all competitions thanks to a sublime showing from the increasingly influential Isco.

It could mark a dramatic end to Buffon's Champions League career, given the 40-year-old is expected to retire at the end of the season. "He was stressed, his feelings were heated". We deserved to qualify, without any doubt. "I can't believe people are saying these things".

Real Madrid will be aiming to get back to winning ways, and up to third, when they travel to La Rosaleda to face rock-bottom Malaga on Sunday.

Sergio Ramos, meanwhile, is set to return to what is expected to be a heavily rotated lineup this weekend after missing the defeat to Juventus through suspension. Los Blancos are now in fourth place in the league and know that a victory will see them leap-frog Valencia into third place.

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