Real Madrid and Bayern Munich on collision course yet again

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich on collision course yet again

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich on collision course yet again

Left-back David Alaba and midfielder Corentin Tolisso are also in doubt for the home leg.

Minziro said that Zidane has earned much respect in his past two seasons at Real Madrid but he doesn't think he will manage to get over the much experienced coach.

Real Madrid face Bayern Munich in the first leg of the 2017/18 Champions League semi-final with Polish striker Robert Lewandowski in the ranks of the German side. As Zidane spoke of it being "in the DNA of this club" to be in the last four of the Champions League he could also have been referring to Bayern "It's the determination we have".

Heynckes fond memories turned sour when he was sacked barely eight days after finishing fourth in the league that season and now his former club is standing between the club of his life Bayern and the distinction of becoming the third manager to win the Champions League thrice with three clubs besides Carlo Ancelotti and Bob Paisley.

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The Bavarians main task is subduing Cristiano Ronaldo who has scored 15 Champions League games and netted in each of Real's ten European matches this season.

The German side head into the crunch last four clash after having booked their place in the semi-finals thanks to victory over Sevilla over two legs in the quarter-finals.

At the news conference ahead of Wednesday's game, Zidane did not mention Bale by name, although when talking of ex-Madrid star James Rodriguez, he did predict that other players might leave the Bernabeu this summer due to a lack of playing time. The German champions, itching for revenge after last year's elimination to Real in their fourth successive exit in the competition to a Spanish opponent, are already without Chile global Arturo Vidal, sidelined for the rest of the season following surgery. "Tomorrow will be another hard match, but we are happy to be able to play these types of games". They don't dominate games like the unbelievable football of Guardiola, but they are just as good if not better at making the most out of the key moments. With six goals and 10 assists, he has been one of Bayern's chief creative outlets on their road to a record sixth consecutive Bundesliga title.

"They have been transformed under him", Zidane said of the 72-year-old Heynckes.

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"However, I just feel Bayern have started to click".

Pacific Time at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. To be honest, I always want more.

Bale says he is "honoured" to be linked with Bayern Munich. "They'll want to make the final and we're expecting them to be very hungry for success".

Cristiano Ronaldo has netted at least one goal in each of his last 11 games in the Champions League (17 in total); the longest scoring streak in competition history.

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Bayern's coach Jupp Heynckes knows what it is like to coach Madrid and he will be hoping his side can keep Ronaldo at bay.

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