Cristiano Ronaldo's goalscoring knack and other facts as Real Madrid visit Malaga

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I can't believe people say such things.

None. We're going to play a really good team. Nobody can change the history of this club, what it has achieved.

Zidane added: "To be honest I think it is disgraceful, upsetting and deceptive".

I don't know whether it will come as any consolation to Zidane to hear that this has always gone on - at least since I can remember.

Buffon was sent off for dissent on the pitch and then vented his anger off it too, by saying Oliver lacked personality and should have watched the game at home with his wife.

Speculation surrounding the 28-year-old's future at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu has been rife since the beginning of the season, with it tipped this summer will bring an end to the former Tottenham Hotspur man's stay in the Spanish capital.

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Although Salah has stolen numerous headlines at Anfield this season, he is not alone in his devastating attacking endeavours. You show the boys and they see this. "He didn't look today like he doesn't want to score in the next few games".

"I understand it's a frustrating situation but I think he will think about what he said and possibly say different words in a few days".

"What I read from Buffon was something he said in the heat of the moment and we accept his feelings at that time, but we deserved to qualify, that's what interests me".

Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric, Raphael Varane and Gareth Bale will all miss Real Madrid's trip to Malaga on Sunday evening with the quartet left out of Zinedine Zidane's travelling contingent as they head to the Costa del Sol.

Real have confirmed that Castilla full-back, Alvaro Tejero, joined the first team for training and that Nacho is continuing to recover from an injury that has kept him sidelined since their game against Las Palmas on March 31.

Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos is expected to return to the starting lineup after missing out against Juventus in the Champions League quarter-final second leg due to a one-match ban.

"They're prestigious opponents, but we trust our players and for a long time now they have shown what they are capable of".