Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has insisted that his side will make it through to the Uefa Champions League final. Madrid were forced to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the first leg of their encounter. The Spanish stars are ready to ‘fight to the death’ to ensure they beat Chelsea to book a place in the final with Manchester City who knocked out Paris Saint-Germain.
Zinedine Zidane’s troops will face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday in a bid to reach their first final in three years. The good news for the La Liga champions is the return of their wonder skipper Sergio Ramos. His presence will surely boost the spirit of the other players.
Zinedine Zidane Confident of Qualification
Real Madrid however has the likes of Marcelo, Verane, and Dani Carvajah out due to injury while Chelsea have zero worries over injury cases. Zidane said he is very confident of the fitness both Ramos and former Chelsea star player Eden Hazard as they travel to England.
The manager said: “I’m not going to be taking a risk, Sergio is with us and that means that he is ready to play; that’s it.” “I’m not going to tell you now about whether Sergio will play or any other player.”
When asked about the readiness of the players he said all the players that are with him are ready and they are in the Champions League semi-finals so they are going to fight to the death in the pitch to get all three points and qualify for the finals. He ended his statement by saying: “All the players are ready to play, don’t worry.”