Real Madrid: Five reasons the Champions League can still be won

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Real Madrid is a rejuvenated side with renewed optimism

Zinedine Zidane’s reappointment as Real Madrid manager has completely revitalised the side in 2019-2020. They marched on towards their 34th league title with 10 straight wins after the league resumed following the COVID-19-imposed break in action. The current side provided shades of the Real Madrid side that would just not give up, that would just not budge, during the iconic 2016-17 season.

The Real Madrid players are willing to give more than their 100 percent on the pitch, something which has massively worked in their favour as they have managed to eke out tough victories by narrow margins against sturdy opponents.

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To say that Los Blancos would leave no stone unturned in a bid to force a comeback in the Champions League Round of 16 second leg against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Aug. 7 would be an understatement.

The 34th La Liga title victory has invigorated the spirits of everyone in the dressing room, and they are confident about their abilities and their chances against Manchester City, while also having a sense of renewed optimism that they could go all the way and lift the ‘Big Ears’ come the 23rd of August. Don’t underestimate how much their mentality could guide them through to another trophy.

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