Zinedine Zidane insists Real Madrid won’t change their style of play and will try to win the second leg of their Champions League semi final at the Calderon.
Los Blancos – who are one game away from equalling Bayern Munich’s European record of 61 consecutive matches in which they have scored – lead 3-0 from the first leg at the Bernabeu, but the French Coach insists his side will not sit back.
"Our idea doesn't change and our way of playing is always to give our best,” Zidane told his pre-match press conference.
“The message to the players is to continue on the path that we are on and give everything out on the field. We are not going to change the way we play.
"We will try to go in to the game as we have been doing so far. You have to go out on to the field, try to play and do your best to win the game.
"Atletico will have their weapons and we have to try to continue on our path, which has got us to where we are. We have to give our all from the first minute, we are clear about that.
“The injustice would be to not do our best to get to where we are. After nine months, the players work every day with incredible professionalism, but you have to show it every three days in the games.
"We are fortunate enough to be able to show that we are doing well and tomorrow we must continue to do so. We are giving everything we have inside us."