Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane talked to Premium Sport after Real Madrid's 4-2 win on aggregate against Atletico.
The Spanish worldwide and four-time victor of the competition said, via Marca.: "Madrid and Juve are just Champions finalists, but you lose interest when you do not play the final".
Real's Champions League triumphs in 2014 and a year ago have distracted from rivals Barcelona's creeping domination in the domestic league, with the Catalan side winning five of the last seven titles.
"Its special, for sure, (Juventus) gave me everything", Zidane told reporters.
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Real head coach Zinedine Zidane will have to consider whether to field his strongest 11 or to rest footballers who played in midweek, especially as his side has to play away to Celta Vigo in another potentially decisive match on Wednesday night.
"Real Madrid are absolutely not the favourites. It will be a lovely final". "It's going to be an incredible game, they are very strong and they totally deserved to go to Cardiff like we did".
But Simeone's men could not break their European curse against Real.
"Pepe's career has been spectacular", said the Madrid coach. "We have to be proud of the players". "It won't be easy, but while there's hope we'll keep fighting".
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Driven on by the deafening Calderon, Atletico started well, creating more danger in the opening minutes than they managed in the entire first leg before Saul nodded home Koke's corner in the 12th minute.
Isco's goal came about after a quite brilliant piece of skill from Karim Benzema that left three Atletico defenders for dead to the left of the penalty area.
The 27-year-old scored the victor against Celta Vigo with a superb strike early in the season and although that is his only goal in La Liga this term, he has provided 11 assists for his team-mates, setting up Sergio Ramos for the equaliser in the Clasico at Camp Nou and also the defender's victor in the 3-2 win at home to Deportivo La Coruna before Christmas, among others.
Atletico continued to press but Navas pulled off a fine double save to deny Yannick Carrasco and Kevin Gameiro.
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Cristiano Ronaldo thought he had added a second for Real but it was harshly ruled out for offside.
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