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Real Madrid: Rodrigo: “Manchester City is the best team in the world, who plays the best football”

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Real Madrid: Rodrigo: “Manchester City is the best team in the world, who plays the best football”

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Rodrigo goes He interviewed with GQ hype Before the Champions League final. The Brazilian believes that Real Madrid has already left the most difficult opponent, Manchester City, on the way, but considers that Borussia Dortmund will be a difficult opponent in the decisive match.

Manchester City: “Honestly, we knew they were better. For me it is the best team in the world, which plays the best football. I think the most difficult opponent has already left, but this does not mean that now it will be easy to win the final. With Bayern it was very difficult and with Borussia it will be very difficult too.”

The final: “It is said that Real Madrid never loses finals, and I hope it will be like that again. I have always seen Madrid win all the finals and I hope it will continue like this. I always say that the final is 50-50. Of course, being Madrid, they always put us as candidates, but for me it’s still 50-50.”

Competitor: “I think the most difficult opponent has already left (referring to Manchester City), but this does not mean that now it will be easy to win the final. It was very difficult with Bayern, it will be very difficult with Borussia as well. From one to ten, my enthusiasm for winning the Champions League is a thousand.”

War veterans: “Older men are crazy. Nacho, Modric, Carvajal… They have been going for many years and still want to win like the first day. We have this feeling that they are giving us the stick. Well, we’re sorry and they tell us that too. I think they are preparing us, but at the same time we are already part of that myth too. Real Madrid is a legendary club, with everything it has conquered, and I think our time is coming to take over the spotlight.”

Cross withdrawal: “We are all very sad in the locker room. Sad because he’s leaving football and we won’t see him play anymore. It’s sad news, but also happy, for everything we enjoyed with him. I’m even more so , because I played with him and we won the Champions League together.”

Zidane stage: “When I first entered the dressing room I thought I would meet the players, but no. The first person I saw was Zidane, and I felt very scared. I remember that I was trembling a little when I received him.”

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