He did register a goal to stir hope, bringing the aggregate score in a see-saw tie back to 2-2 after, just like last week, Madrid had taken a 2-1 lead out of Munich. "We do not minimise what they have done, but what interests us is what we're going to do". "We need to go out to score quickly and that's what we'll try to do", Zidane said. "But we are not in the final". We don't have to change what we're doing.
Madrid will be without defenders Nacho Fernandez and Dani Carvajal and influential midfielder Isco against Bayern due to injuries.
"We need everyone", Zidane said. "He was criticised a lot, and very hard, because all the papers had written he wanted to join Madrid".
"Coach Zidane said it and it's set in stone".
If Nacho Fernandez is fit, he will be able to cover at right back, but the central defender, who has been out for nearly a month only trained with the first team for the first time in a month on Sunday and is also doubtful for Tuesday.
"We have time ahead of the game and we'll think about what we're going to do".
"What we've achieved is not easy".
"We all want revenge and have all vowed to give it absolutely everything in Madrid".
"We're making the impossible look easy".
Cristiano Ronaldo was looking to add to his 120 Champions League goals in Munich, but he barely got a kick of the ball; Luka Modric and Toni Kroos, perhaps the best midfield pairing in the world, couldn't dominate the game in the way they have over the past couple of years.
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He also holds the joint-record of eight Bundesliga titles with Oliver Kahn, Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Mehmet Scholl.
While Real are still chasing the Champions League, their chief Spanish rival, Barcelona, completed the Spanish domestic double on Sunday, clinching the league title to go with their cup victory.
"What Zidane says is gospel".
"Each year one is a little bit better than the other; they are both spectacular".
"Don't ask me about it, let them enjoy their title and we will focus on Bayern from now on".
But, as far as Franck Ribery is concerned, Bayern have no intention of letting the two-time defending champions dictate the play. They were not in the first leg. Normally, the result would have been 6-2 or 5-2.
"The battle is lost, but the war is not over", the Frenchman wrote on Twitter, borrowing from the famous Charles de Gaulle quote.
Against Madrid on Wednesday, he was only able to show flashes of his brilliance as he got the nod to play over Thiago Alcantara.
The 26-year-old Colombian made a slow, injury-hampered start under Carlo Ancelotti, whom he knew from his first season in Madrid, but he rediscovered his old form under Jupp Heynckes, who took over as Bayern coach for his fourth stint in October.