Madrid never give up: Zidane

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Sven Ulreich has apologised for the error that cost Bayern Munich a place in the Champions League final, as they were defeated 4-3 on aggregate by Real Madrid.

"Real Madrid have now started preparations for el Clasico in La Liga", the club announced on its website. But it was also credit to Benzema, whose weaving run led to Isco's decisive goal against Atletico Madrid in the semis a year ago and who scored the victor in 2014, also in the semis, also against Bayern, in a 1-0 win in the first leg. France may be wondering what they will be missing at the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.

"Real's DNA pushes you to fight until the end, we know how to stay together and suffer and that has taken us to the final".

Ulreich made a freakish mistake in the second half, as he attempted to collect Corentin Tolisso's back pass, only to seemingly realise that he was unable to use his hands.

The squad returned to practice after qualifying for the Champions League final by eliminating Bayern Munich on Tuesday, reported Efe. We really wanted to reach the final and we gave our best and then this unnecessary mistake happened to me, " Ulreich said on Instagram.

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"We dominated. They should thank (goalkeeper Keylor) Navas for his performance, especially toward the end of the match".

Bayern, who trailed 2-1 after last week's opening leg in Germany, looked capable of inflicting this season's latest European comeback when Joshua Kimmich scored early and James Rodriguez levelled shortly after the hour. "You can be happy, you have to be, it is not normal to be in the final for the third consecutive time". But it was a lot better in the second half.

Kimmich netted from inside the area after Madrid captain Sergio Ramos failed to clear a ball crossed into the area by Corentin Tolisso. "We pressed up front and got the second goal".

Zidane sprung a surprise by dropping Casemiro to the bench and bringing the more mobile Mateo Kovacic into midfield while Lucas Vazquez played in the unfamiliar role of right back.