Published: Tue, May 01, 2018
Medical | By Josefina Yates

Heynckes prepared to prey on Real Madrid's weaknesses

Heynckes prepared to prey on Real Madrid's weaknesses

Meanwhile, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane called on his club's supporters to be at their noisiest against Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu Tuesday, as the Spanish side aim to reach the Champions League final for the third year in a row.

Discussing his right-back options after a much-changed Madrid beat Leganes 2-1 in LaLiga, Zidane told reporters: "It could be Lucas".

"I am comfortable, we have done well, it is two and a half years that have been good but the rest, "Zidane's Real Madrid", let's wait a bit".

Cakir, an worldwide referee since 2006, was in charge of the Real Madrid-Juventus first leg match in the quarter-finals, which the Spanish side won 3-0.

"We need everyone", Zidane said. I'll be trying to rectify mistakes, we'll try to attack.

As shown by Juventus in the last round, Madrid are far from unbeatable and Bayern - who are without the injured Arjen Robben - will have to decide how to measure their approach: go all out for an early goal or play the long game with a greater degree of patience? "We will get our chances in Madrid". The winger and his Bayern team-mates fly to Madrid on Monday vowing to upset the odds.

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The 30-year-old was an unused substitute in the first leg, but goes into the return fixture fresh from scoring his eighth Bundesliga goal in 12 matches since rejoining his boyhood club from Hoffenheim at the turn of the year. "They are not invincible despite what many people may think". They've also won seven of their eight knockout games at home (L1). "Bale needs to do the same as he has been doing", Zidane said.

"When Zizou has to gamble, he does, because he is the boss", captain Sergio Ramos said.

Isco - who trained on Sunday - is also battling to recover after sustaining a shoulder injury in the first leg, which forced his half-time withdrawal for matchwinner Asensio.

"Yes, I have more experience".

Bayern, a five-time European champion, is looking to return to the final after four seasons.

Ronaldo has been the scourge of Bayern Munich in recent years, netting nine goals in just seven Champions League appearances; only against Juventus has he scored more in the competition. "We need cool heads and hot hearts".

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