Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane spoke to the media following his team's 0-0 draw away from home against Manchester City in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semifinals. The Frenchman was not happy with the result after seeing his team create two giant scoring chances that were stopped by keeper Joe Hart.
Zidane showed his disappointment with the result, but remains confident of his team's possibilities of reaching the final in the return leg next week. Here's a rundown of Zidane's quotes:
"Overall, I am happy. It wasn't easy – we had a tough game but we defended really, really well. We had the ball more in the second half and we could have scored with the chances we had. I am a little bit disappointed as we could have deserved more. We always go out to win.
"Cristiano [Ronaldo] felt something after the last training session, that's all there is to it. We didn't want to make it worse. Karim is a little bit different: as the game progressed he felt worse in himself. We don't want to gamble on fitness as we know how important both players are for us. Hopefully they can both play the second leg.
"Before the game I thought it was 50/50, and I still think it is 50/50. We are at home now, and we know what we are capable of at home, but it's still 50/50 and it will be until the death. It's the semi-finals of the Champions League and we know it will never be easy."