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Real Madrid rotated their squad on the weekend, winning 2-1 against Leganes.
Bayern travel to the Bernabeu looking to overturn the 2-1 deficit and head coach Jupp Heynckes has "delivered a rallying cry" to his side ahead of tonight's second leg, the Daily Mail reports. There was a festive atmosphere for the second leg, which was supposed to be a mere formality. "That's going to be our goal".
A week later, Bayern sent the match into extra time.
In the second leg, Bayern will their front three to finish their chances. It has to be said though, that in this case, Bayern did show them a part of that way. "We will need a huge performance". "It's no good if we put up a good fight and play well".
Sloppy defence was key to those struggles by Madrid at home.
Former Real Madrid star Ronaldo believes Cristiano Ronaldo would step up to the plate in the second-leg, having underwhelmed in the first.
"But he has scored a lot of goals this season and you can't forget that he once scored four goals against Real in the semi-final of the Champions League for Dortmund". "They are not invincible despite what many people may think".
But coach Zinedine Zidane insists his side are not thinking that the job is already done, despite the win in the opening match.
Madrid face playing the game without first-choice right-back Davi Carvajal who suffered a thigh strain at the Allianz Arena.
And Ramos has backed up his manager's recent defiant comments.
"When Zizou has to gamble, he does, because he is the boss", Ramos said. "I can adapt. It wouldn't be a problem for me". A long passage of possession was also soon rewarded when, after a move involving 28 Madrid passes, Marcelo crossed to find Karim Benzema in space on the edge of the six-yard box to head what was his first goal from open play since February.
Five years later, Bayern are bidding to keep their treble dreams alive with the Bundesliga title secured and the German Cup final to come on May 19. The last team to reach three straight finals was Juventus from 1996-98.
Robert Lewandowski leads the Bayern line as expected, aiming to build on a record that has seen him score 39 times in all competitions this season, while James Rodriguez starts against his parent club.
"It's a semi-final and we know the importance of the game".