Ancelotti: If the Main as opponents Valencia, Madrid Will to Champions League Final

Ancelotti: If the Main as opponents Valencia, Madrid Will to Champions League Final

Ancelotti: If the Main as opponents Valencia, Madrid Will to Champions League Final

Madrid – Real Madrid tactician Carlo Ancelotti call that a draw when Valencia host is not ideal, although still mengacungi thumb on the performance of the players in the game. Similar performance was he believed could bring Madrid to the Champions League final.

Madrid chance to compete with Barcelona in La Liga was dealt another blow when it can only play a 2-2 with Valencia at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday (10/05/2015) pm dawn.

El Real in the game had left behind two goals before finally replying besides also has other promising opportunities to create more goals.

According to Ancelotti it could at least be used as a point of departure and the capital to face Juventus in the second leg of the Champions League party in the middle of the week, with Madrid will host in an effort to catch up on aggregate 1-2.

“The result is not good, but our performance is very okay,” Ancelotti said as quoted by Football Espana.

“We had plenty of chances to make a goal, we fight to the end and duly deserved to win, but this is not enough. On Wednesday we will be fine. The response (from the players) are very good. They all work hard together. We made two goals, the goalposts three times, and missed maximize a penalty. The result is painful, but sometimes it can happen. ”

“(Winning La Liga) will now be more difficult (than before), but there are still two games left and we must try to win them both. We were all disappointed with the result considering we’ve been playing with confidence. All the players I’ve tried mightily and out to play in a similar way to the final will bring (Champions League) in Berlin, “he said.

Ancelotti said yes when asked if a draw opponents Valencia will add to the spirit of Madrid when the opponent Juve, though also added, “But we also have to realize that small errors will be detrimental to all. We have to be confident.”