Ancelotti: Real Madrid are known for their fighting spirit

MADRID: After another magical night at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has given the Champions League finalists the credit for never giving up, a fundamental part of the concept of the club. Real Madrid were on their way out on Wednesday against Manchester City but returned to winning 3-1 after extra time and 6-5 overall in the semi-final. This was the third time in a row that the team has fallen behind in the knockout stage in this season, as had already been repeated against Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, but the Spanish champions have won to keep hopes of reaching the title for the fifth time in nine years. “This is the beauty of this club”, Ancelotti told Movistar Plus with his usual calm club who does not give up even when it seems that everything is over It is a feeling that gives you the strength to move forward, keep the faith We played a match against a very strong and competitive opponent . When everything seemed over, we put all our energies “. “If you draw in the last few minutes, you will have a psychological advantage. You enter in another space and in front of our fans it will be difficult for the visiting team. We have beaten three teams capable of winning the title. It was a success”. Brazilian midfielder Casemiro said the club he enjoyed great confidence after winning the Scudetto on Saturday and celebrating with his fans for the first time since the end of restrictions to fight the Covid-19 virus. “We have spent two years without contacting our fans and we have to have fun with them because they give us the energy to play like we did tonight . The best approach for that. club is not giving up until the end, “added Casemiro. It is in the hymn of club “Until the end, Real”. This is our spirit, never give up “. Real Madrid will face Liverpool in final in Paris on May 28th. Casemiro, who was part of the team that beat Liverpool in the 2018 Champions League final in Kyiv, believes that defeating the English will be a “complicated task”. Ancelotti agreed with his player’s comments and praised an opponent he has known well from his time with Everton. I am very happy to play the final against a great team, against which I played as a player and as a coach. I lived in Liverpool for two years, for me this is an important match and I still belong to Everton, so for me it seems like a personal match. “