Champions League. The final. "Juventus" - "Real". Announcement

"Probably the emotions I might feel might be different to any other guy who is younger than me or any other player like Dani", Buffon said, sat next to three-time Champions League victor Dani Alves at the pre-match press conference.

Asked who was the better player, Zidane said: "Cristiano Ronaldo, no doubt, because he scores goals and that's the most important".

"We must go into the match with humility, but showing attitude and character, showing that we are the better team", Ronaldo said. "They are a leader in Italy and they want to be in Europe too".

"We didn't get to the final by chance, but we didn't expect to win".

Madrid will be seeking to defend their European crown against Juventus in Cardiff, with Ronaldo a key weapon in their formidable armoury.

The Brazilian World Cup victor was speaking to Goal ahead of the Champions League final where Cristiano Ronaldo will come up against Gianluigi Buffon as Real Madrid take on Juventus in Cardiff's Millennium stadium on Saturday.

"We deserve to be in the final and the team is going in to it in very good physical shape and we're confident".

While some criticised Ronaldo for his erratic performances in Real's Champions League final victories over Atletico Madrid, he still scored the winning penalty in last year's showpiece and also netted in the 2014 title match. What matters is what he does professionally, he wants to win more and more, he is never satisfied.

"I've already played in such conditions - in Amsterdam against Ajax, and at the World Cup in 2002 - and there's no real difference".

Real Madrid are filled with superstars and at the moment, they are performing.

"I am aware that if I play well, I will be able to help my team so this would be the greatest gift I could give my team-mates".

Luka Modric - The Croatian midfielder has been a vital player for Madrid this season as his play in midfield really gets the team playing. The game can last 90 minutes or 120.

As the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus is upon us, much of the discussion surrounding it is about who should play in the Madrid midfield - Bale or Isco? Juve I think only conceded three goals in the whole Champions League.

"It's going to be very open on both sides". What I admired about him was how hungry for success he is.

"Every now and then I think back to that night two years ago in Berlin, because when you lose a final, it comes back into your thoughts and you'd love to play it again".

"There's a lot of eyeballs, a lot of football fans", singer said.

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