“They are two different competitions. We want to win everything and we will take this game as seriously as any other. The most important thing is how we approach the game,” commented Solari.
Real Madrid have won seven of their last eight matches in all competitions, but with the exception of Sevilla, most of their rivals have been sides they would usually expect to beat. However, the next four days could be vital for their season as they play Barcelona on Wednesday, before travelling on Saturday to the Wanda Metropolitano stadium to play local rivals Atletico Madrid in the Liga Santander.
“We love to compete and that is why we play football,” commented the Madrid coach, who added that “each game is the moment of truth; from the first game to the last. We try and play them all in the same way, that’s how we have prepared for the games we have already played and those we have still to play.”
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