Real Madrid Coach Zinedine Zidane is adamant this year’s Champions League final is between ‘the two best teams’ from this season.
Zidane’s Los Blancos clash with Italian champions Juventus in Cardiff on Saturday, hoping to make it three Champions League victories in the space of four seasons.
“It’s a final, the 90 minutes will be different,” Zidane told reporters at a media event on Tuesday.
“They’re good at the back and we’ve scored a lot, but that has nothing to do with the final. This year the two best teams are in the final, and as always we’ll see a great match.
“It’s the last game of the season for us, and in my opinion it’s the most important. We’ll prepare it with the same dedication, and nothing will change from the matches we’ve already played.
“We’re very happy to have reached the final, we’re aware of how difficult it is but we’ve worked hard and we deserved it.
“The team is fine, there are now four days left, four training sessions, and we’ll focus on what we have to do.”