Bayern Munich star admits he is considering future amid Man Utd interest
- Author: Jill Young May 01, 2018,
May 01, 2018, 8:48
"No [I will not celebrate scoring] for the fact that they treated me very well here during three unique years in a place I always wanted to be, where I could win many trophies, practically everything". He has been training with the first team and should be available for the game on Tuesday. And when he was hauled off at half-time against Juventus earlier this month, it looked like the beginning of the end for the former Tottenham midfielder in Spain.
"We can be happy with the result, we had difficulties at the start of the match in imposing our game", said Zidane.
"We all want to be out there and we'll do everything we can to be there, but without taking any risks because the important thing is their health", he added.
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Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says they'll attack Bayern Munich in their Champions League semifinal second-leg encounter. James Rodriguez needs others to put Bayern in charge for him to offer his contributions in the final third, which have often been excellent this season. Here, Goal takes a closer look...
Bayern also have major concerns, as the likes of Jerome Boateng, Arjen Robben and David Alaba are all serious doubts.
Despite Bayern dominating possession and creating plenty of chances, Madrid claimed a sixth straight win, dating back to 2012, over the Bavarians in the Champions League knockout stage. Being linked with this club is an honour for everyone. Asensio's victor was the biggest piece of quality in the game, but it came from a loose pass by Brazilian fullback Rafinha; Kimmich's strike took some skill and confidence to execute, but it wouldn't have gone in if Keylor Navas had positioned himself correctly in the Real Madrid goal.
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Heynckes insisted that the Bundesliga's top scorer would definitely play in the second leg, amid calls for Sandro Wagner to get the nod ahead of the prolific Pole. There's nothing against Zidane or this club.
Zidane said he may consider using forward Lucas Vazquez in defense, as he did after Carvajal had to leave the first leg because of his injury. Bayern are in an identical position to last year's quarter-finals, when Real knocked them out.
On Tuesday, Bayern Munich has an opportunity to redeem themselves, after losing 2-1 at home to Real Madrid. Los Blancos are also keen to sign Robert Lewandowski and may faciliitate a deal for Bale if they believe it will help them to sign the Poland striker.
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It was not an explosion, he said, likening it more to a car's combustion engine throwing a rod, which bangs around the engine. Andrew Needum (left) and Tim McGinty (right). "I felt moved to act, as well as other people on that plane", Needum said.
Real Madrid has sure broken many records in recent times in Europe, they have made sure to live up to the expectations of their fans and keep on making history.