Zinedine Zidane claims he doesn't have a favourite formation
Speaking ahead of Juventus clash, the coach urges his players to focus only tomorrow's result, discusses his time in Turin and analyses how Los Blancos can overcome their opposition.
What do Madrid need to do to beat Juve? “We're going to try and play a good game - something we know we can do. And we need to be prepared. And we are. This game will be completely different to our meeting 10 months ago. What happened then is in the past. We have to forget about it and think only about this tie."
Which system has pleased you most - the rhombus or playing with wingers? “I have no preference, I like all of the different systems - playing with two wide, a rhombus, 4-3-3… I like to change the way we play and switch systems. There is no system which I like over another."
What did you learn during your time at Juve? “Many things - not just as a footballer but also as a person. It was the first time I had left France and it was a huge change for me. They welcomed me as one of the family. I have very fond memories of that time at Juve. But now I am on the opposite side and we are going to think soley about the game we are going to play. The 1998 final? Losing always hurts but that's football."
Similar gameplan to the one used in Cardiff: “It's a completely different game. It's in the past. It worled out well for us then but this is not the same."
What worries you most about Juve? “A bit of everything. They are a very complete side. What worries me is the team as a while, in defence and in attack."
Would you like to coach Juventus one day? “You can never say never, but right now I'm happy where I am and I am only focused on Madrid”.