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Madrid not Champions League favourite — Bosz

07 Diciembre 2017

A full 11 points behind Los Blancos, Dortmund take third place and entry to the Europa League.

Mum Dolores even posted a selfie on her own Instagram with the caption: "Pronta para uma ida a Paris, ' which translates as "Ready for another trip to Paris".

Real Madrid were extremely quick out of the traps. As for Der BVB, they're on course to end the group stage without a win.

"He became the first player to score in every group game so we are happy for him", the defender said.

"He has speed and scores a lot of goals; I hope he will stay with us for many years".

"Varane got injured and things got more difficult", Zidane said. "Now we will put everything we have into the Europa League". An assured performance as he continues to return to full sharpness after a lengthy absence.

"In my case, like Cristiano, Figo or Eusebio, it was a question of personality, of character, of learning and having the courage to say I want to be the best", Ricardinho, a four-time Ballon d'Or winner himself, told AFP. "We changed the setup and system". The award has been running since 1956 making it one of the most prestigious individual accolades out there.

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"He isn't a player for Madrid. We showed at times that we can play football very well".

The Portugal international feels he would be able to win the Champions League for the club despite seeing egos such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Ronaldinho fail to do so in the past.

MF Isco, 6 - If he meant the mid-pirouette assist for Mayoral's goal, it is conclusive proof that Isco's feet are lined with caramel. But outside of his natural habitat in the penalty area, he must begin to contribute more.

He received the ball on the edge of the box, looked up and curled a magnificent effort into the top corner, giving Roman Burki no chance. He also added some youngsters during the match, including Marcos Llorente, Dani Ceballos and Marco Asensio. I'm here because I asked to be here.