Two of the the winningest clubs in European soccer will meet for a record 23rd time as Bayern Munich host Real Madrid at Allianz Arena in their first leg Champions League quarterfinal matchup on Wednesday.
What's at stake: A chance to get a nice advantage after the first leg. Bayern will look to win while not concede, while Real's plan will be to get a couple away goals and head back to the Iberian Peninsula with confidence and momentum.
Ancelotti said: "He has been training, just 20 minutes because he has problems with his shoulder, but we had a good feeling beforehand".
The second half a different story with Real Madrid looking revitalized.
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"I can't give a percentage, he trained today and we have to see how he feels", said the Italian.
"That was where I played my first games as a professional". We will finally decide whether he can play on Wednesday - if he is in pain, he won't play.
Winger Arjen Robben said the German champions were not nervous about the prospect of losing their star goalscorer.
Despite having working together closely for a few years, Zidane claimed that although they "know each other very well" it ultimately "did not mean anything" ahead of the game.
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Real coach Zinedine Zidane assumes Lewandowski will play. "We are well prepared and full of confidence". And Real's Germany midfielder Toni Kroos is another to be coming up against his former employers. "But I'm happy with the substitution and with Marco Asensio's performance". We need to go out every three days and show that we're doing a good job of things.
Zidane added of Real's opponents: "I don't fear Bayern, I'm more bothered about what we do".
The Germany duo took part in a full session on Monday, with Neuer expected to start in goal against the European champions after recovering from foot surgery that forced him to miss Bayern's last three games.
Hummels tore his right ankle's ligament in training is definitely out of his side's clash with Real Madrid this Wednesday.
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Die Roten come into the clash on the back of a 4-1 drubbing of Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga on Saturday, and have only lost once in their last 22 games across all competitions.