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Varane to miss Liverpool tie after sure Covid-19 test

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane will miss Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg against Liverpool after testing positive for coronavirus.The 13-times European champions will be without both first-choice central defenders for the game against Liverpool with Sergio Ramos already sidelined due to a calf injury he sustained on international duty with Spain. The pair will…

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True Madrid defender Raphael Varane will miss Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg towards Liverpool after testing sure for coronavirus.

The 13-times European champions will almost definitely be with out each and each first-preference central defenders for the game towards Liverpool with Sergio Ramos already sidelined due to the a calf damage he sustained on world accountability with Spain.

The pair will doubtlessly additionally each and each miss the second leg at Anfield on subsequent Wednesday, April 14, with Varane now having to undergo a interval of self-isolation.

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Zinedine Zidane is location to discipline Spaniard Nacho Fernandez alongside Brazilian Eder Militao at the coronary heart of his defence within the principle leg, which is a repeat of the 2018 Champions League final which True won 3-1.

Zidane hinted over the weekend that Eden Hazard might perchance be fit after a hip damage nevertheless the outmoded Chelsea man modified into not named within the Spaniards' squad.



Jurgen Klopp




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Jurgen Klopp says revenge for the 2018 Champions League final will not be high of his agenda towards True Madrid this week and thinks the Spanish club are the form of footballing facet who his gamers will revel in taking up

Klopp: Madrid rematch will not be a revenge mission

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are not on a revenge mission towards True Madrid after their 2017/18 Champions League final defeat in Kiev, as they prepare for the principle leg of their quarter-final showdown towards the La Liga giants on Tuesday evening.

The groups will hasten head-to-head for the principle time for the reason that tempestuous 2018 final in Kiev, the build Mohamed Salah suffered a shoulder damage following a controversial region by Sergio Ramos as True claimed a 3-1 steal.

Klopp says his facet are genuinely constructed to face an attacking facet akin to True Madrid and insists he and his gamers earn not level-headed relieve onto the emotion from the final practically three years ago.

"My motivation is at one of the best level, we play True Madrid within the Champions League to earn to the subsequent spherical, it is not on fable of of 2018," he acknowledged in his pre-match press conference in Madrid.

"However once we earn the plot and I peep we face them for the principle time since then, clearly I be aware the game. I acknowledged it at the time, if anyone asked me every week after the game if I'd invite Sergio Ramos to my birthday, I'd teach no. In the intervening time, I'd judge it about it again now.

"I did not relish what took location that evening, it modified into a rare evening, nevertheless it no doubt modified into manner relieve. I cannot earn that feeling relieve, that anger or with out reference to, so I don't even strive."

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