Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has said he will have no regrets if Wednesday's Champions League quarterfinal second leg at Real Madrid proves to be his last game in the competition. However, they will be without midfielders Paulo Dybala and Rodrigo Bentancur through suspension.
Zidane's Los Blancos are heavy favourites to progress through to the semi finals after they steamrolled past the Old Lady with a 3-0 victory at the Allianz Stadium in the first leg.
Daniele Rugani started at centre back in Juve's weekend win over Benevento; although, Andrea Barzagli is likely to start alongside veteran Giorgio Chiellini in central defence on Wednesday. We have a lot of ambition and we are determined to continue at the top level.
Juventus have kept six clean sheets in their last 10 Champions League away games.
"The 3-0 result will not change things for us. We are a great team but we have won nothing yet".
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"We got a good result but it's only half-time".
"We still have the second game to play and we will have to give everything to get through". We also have to think about the Liga, too.
"It is clear that Ronaldo is among the greatest in club history and in this sport".
"Four months is not a body of work, but 12 years is a body of work".
"In football and in life you never know what can happen, and to go there and put on a good display, even in view of next year, would be important".
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But the Juve coach wants his players to stick to their game plan, rather than attacking Madrid from the off and risking another big defeat.
"Nobody expected us to concede after two minutes in Turin, so why can't we do the same tomorrow".
"We need to be serious as we're still battling for the league".
This comes in the same week that Jorge Valdano, a Real Madrid player in the 1980s and general manager from 2009 through 2011, seemed to ridicule Bale's value following the 1-1 draw in the Madrid derby on Sunday.
"In Madrid, we will be playing with the same pride we have always played since we are Juventus". His last match was against Las Palmas following the global break last month.
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The former Italy global played the full 90 minutes in the first leg in Turin, but sat out Saturday's win at Benevento and reportedly missed training ahead of the trip to Madrid.