"It's a disgrace. I'm very very disappointed that people keep talking about a robbery".
Madrid eventually secured their passage to the semi-finals of the European Cup with a last-gasp penalty from Cristiano Ronaldo to clinch in 4-3, with Ramos then seen in conversation with Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri over the penalty decision. 'I'm furious about that. "No team will have the upper hand, maybe us playing the return leg at home, but I would say the tie is evenly balanced, 50-50".
It'll be more hard after the Champions League match because we made an enormous effort, but we've managed ourselves really well in the last three days and now we're prepared to do well in another LaLiga game.
PM Modi presents a pair of slippers to a tribal woman
During his trip to Chhattisgarh, the PM inaugurated the first health centre under Ayushman Bharat Scheme in Bijapur on Saturday. Under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, there are two initiatives, of which one was launched today by the Prime Minister.
Real Madrid return to domestic action on Sunday as they travel to La Liga's bottom side Malaga. Zidane said he believed the attacks on his team were motivated by their continued domination in Europe. 'When people talk about a robbery you realise that we are annoying a lot of people with what we are doing, ' said the Frenchman. As for Malaga, they should welcome back Ignasi Miquel back into the side, whilst Diego Gonzalez is a doubt after suffering a knock in training on Friday.
As expected, the focus of Zidane's press duties concerned Madrid's controversial Champions League victory over Juventus.
"It was a game we knew would be hard because Malaga aren't doing so well, but we knew it would be hard", Casemiro added.
"Our success is disturbing some people and makes them jealous, but nothing will change the history of this club, which is the best in the world".