Furious Zidane hits out at Real Madrid ´jealousy´

Zinedine Zidane set to make one change to Real Madrid starting XI to face Juventus

Zinedine Zidane set to make one change to Real Madrid starting XI to face Juventus

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos could miss the first leg of his side's Champions League semi-final after watching the dramatic final minutes of the quarter final against Juventus from the tunnel.

The penalty's subsequent conversion by Real's Cristiano Ronaldo - who, playing in his 150th Champions League game, scored his tenth against the Italian side - in the 98th minute was enough to see the Spanish giants through to the last round with an aggregate score of 4-3.

The manner of the loss, with Juve fighting back, coming so close to extra time and losing to a late Ronaldo penalty has triggered an emotional reaction among those associated with Madrid and Juventus. He is hit from behind.

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". That is their game.

"We should face and we did everything possible to go through", the Brazil global full-back said.

Gianluigi Buffon's first Champions League red card was Juventus' sixth in the competition against Real Madrid - more than any team has had against another opponent in the competition.

"Pulses were racing, but I calmed myself down". They played well but we were just average, the difference is we kept believing until the end.

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Although Liverpool holds a 3-0 aggregate going into the Etihad Stadium tie, Klopp said the Reds would still look to win the second leg.

Madrid had won 3-0 in the first leg in Turin last week, when Ronaldo scored one of his two goals with an awesome overhead kick.

He added: "It was a penalty, they've told me it was a penalty".

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Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up, and blasted it into the top corner - a penalty that wouldn't have been saved by a single goalkeeper on this earth. "We can only just keep doing what we are doing, keep doing our work". "Malaga are bottom of the table, and maybe do not deserve that from the games I have seen. That said, over the course of the two legs, I think both teams deserved to go through". That was a human reaction and I think he should have been understood. He doesn't feel pressure.

"We could've scored five or six goals tonight, so we ought to be proud".

"There is nothing left to say".

The Portuguese's successful strike sent Los Blancos into the semi-finals of the tournament, much to the dismay of the Juve and their travelling supporters.