Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal has insisted that dealing with the attacking trio of Arjen
RECORD: Lewandowski has now scored 105 Bundesliga goal for Bayern, making him the highest non-German goalscorer of all time in the top flight.
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However, despite what will undoubtedly be one of the toughest tests of the season, Carvajal was thankful that he has had the opportunity to feature in the latter stages of the competition with such regularity since joining Real Madrid; with this being his fifth semi-final in succession.
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Los Blancos will be hoping to overcome Bayern for a chance to secure their third consecutive Champions League title; something that has never been achieved before.
“Nothing is impossible, we are going to fight for it,” the right back added. “We are working, and if we have achieved two, why are we not going to go for that third? We are still hungry to win the Champions League, and we will keep our feet on the ground and face the semi-finals with great enthusiasm.”