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Pochettino: Don't assume Real Madrid will top group

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Pochettino: Don't assume Real Madrid will top group

The footage of a court conversation in Spanish, will give more encouragement to United fans - but Ed Woodward was reportedly reluctant to chase the Portuguese superstar last summer, with Antoine Griezmann and Gareth Bale preferred targets. "The other players feed off of him". "It was a very painful experience because we couldn't be at the level we needed to be, but now that's not an excuse". "I hope Sunday is the last game of the season that he is not here". While he is yet to serve the last of his suspension, the ban is only for domestic competitions, meaning he is available for selection in Europe.

Who will come out on top in the battle of the managers Zinédine Zidane or Giorgos Donis?

"Varane is fine. Asensio we'll evaluate".

Asensio's participation, though, is in heavy doubt after he missed training due to unknown reasons. "We will get by with the players we have and they will do a good job", commented the Madrid coach.

"Real Madrid are on a different level: they won the last two Champions Leagues so it's a different reality".

"It's 50-50 really. If you're in the Champions League you want to be playing the best teams".

Midfielders Georgios Efrem and Facundo Bertoglio, as well as right-back Zhivko Milanov are unavailable due to their respective injuries, and are expected to remain sidelined for the foreseeable future for the Cypriot champions. I would have liked Morata to stay, but he wanted to play more and to leave.

The two sides have previously met on two occasions, with Real Madrid winning both the encounters by an aggregate scoreline of 8-2. "I have six group games to prove that".

He replied: "I never had any problems in England". To cover for their departures, Madrid promoted 20-year-old Borja Mayoral from the youth squads.

Set to be unshackled on Wednesday, APOEL will be the first side to bear the brunt of the Portugese forward's potential onslaught.

Pochettino is also finding his feet in the Champions League.

Ronaldo heads United into the lead in Russia but would actually go on to miss a penalty before John Terry's infamous miss. He's delighted to be back playing. A Celtic own goal ensured a night to forget for the Scottish champion.