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We were never going to end up like Barca: Marcelo

We were never going to end up like Barca: Marcelo

Football News: Madrid full-back got in a dig to their fierce rival Barcelona after they came out as a winner against Juventus last night.

Real Madrid latest news: Marcelo was pretty sure that Madrid was never going to capitulate like Barcelona.

Madrid’s hope for their third successive champions league trophy is still on despite they lost their second leg match against Juventus at Bernabeu by 3-1 goals. Real Madrid won their first leg match against Juventus with flying colors by 3 goals at Turin and was poised for the semi’s but last night Juventus match the scores with them but t because of the penalty Madrid got through to the semis.

Madrid star Lucas Vazquez was brought down in the penalty box by Benatia and CR7 converted the penalty into the dying minutes for them.

The Brazilian full-back Marcelo voiced: "We should face and we did everything possible to go through,"

"What happened to Barcelona wasn't going to happen to us because we're Real Madrid."

Last night the veteran Juventus goalkeeper Buffon was sent off for the first time in his Champions league history because of protesting the match official’s decision.

Now Madrid will envisage Bayern or Liverpool, or Roma in the semis.

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