Zidane meets mentor Ancelotti in Champions League quarters

Posted April 13, 2017

Real's "BBC" trident enjoyed one of their most productive nights under Ancelotti the last time they were in the Allianz Arena, running riot in a 4-0 win to inflict the heaviest ever defeat on a side coached by Pep Guardiola.

We hope to secure our qualification in Madrid and hopefully face Juventus in the Champions League Final.

Ancelotti says “little things will make the difference” between the star-studded squads that will see two goal-scoring giants go head-to-head.

Lewandowski has scored 26 goals in 27 Bundesliga games this season, second only to Edinson Cavani and Lionel Messi (both 27) across Europe's to five leagues. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale will be licking their chops against Bayern's makeshift back four. Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, right, jumps on his teammate and scorer Cristiano Ronaldo to celebrate their side's 2nd goal during the Champions League quarterfinal first leg soccer match between FC Bayern Munich and Real Madr.

The Bayern winger, who was part of their successful 2012/13 Champions League campaign, feels that, despite the class of their opposition, his team will have little to fear if they can impose themselves on the game.

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On their way to the title Real thrashed Bayern 4-0 in Germany in the semi-finals in 2014, winning the tie 5-0 on aggregate.

The move appears to have been a masterstroke as Zidane too won the Champions League last season. "It's a European cracker featuring two top teams". "Real have the better chance now but we still have a chance too, and we'll play with everything we've got". What this means for Los Blancos is that their top defender will be out for both legs and they will have a hole to fill in their defense.

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer returned to training on Monday, increasing the likelihood of him playing against Real Madrid on Wednesday. "It's two good teams coming up against each other and that's all there is to it", Zidane said.

"You also notice it in the environment, not only in the media, but also when you meet friends or acquaintances in Munich".