Zizou believes he and his boys can end Chelsea’s run in the current UCL campaign when they go head to head tomorrow
The Real Madrid manager is confident he will definitely cause damage when they meet Thomas Tuchel’s men tomorrow.
Chelsea scaled through into the semis after triumphing over F.C Porto in a 2-1 aggregate score.
Real Madrid on the other hand saw off Liverpool to make it into the current stage.
Speaking in a press conference today, Zidane promised his side would look out for loopholes so as to cause damage to the Chelsea squad.
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Chelsea are just into the semis after spending so much time out since the 2014 year.
But Zidane appears not scared in the competition he has lifted as manager over and over.
Tuchel would be hoping for his first UCL trophy as Chelsea manager.
“It’s a complicated semi-final, but I don’t think Chelsea will lock themselves up,” Zidane said.
“We’ll have to keep an eye out and we have to show our best version to hurt the opponent,” he added.
Los Blancos may have just be handed a boost ahead of the game as Eden Hazard returns to action and made 20mins appearance.
The Belgian used to be the wonder man at Stamford Bridge before he tripped to Spain in a move he tagged ‘dream’.
Zidane expressed his excitement to have the attacker back in fitness as he could make the squad tomorrow.
“He played for 15-20 minutes quite well,” Zidane continued.
“The other thing is that he is not feeling his problem, he is well, happy and he will contribute to the team a lot. We have to continue.”
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