Sergio Ramos is confident Real Madrid can put up a good show in the Champions League.
The 13 times European champions would be looking to break the record once again by retaining their Champions League title. Los Blancos have maintained their consistency in Europe’s premier competition by securing the title a record consecutive three times.
But the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo could have an adverse effect as the Portuguese was a key contributor in their Champions League triumph. The 33 year old decided to switch his allegiance to Juventus this summer but Ramos feels they want to create history.
The Real Madrid captain said, “Real Madrid are always motivated to play in the Champions League, but this is special and different.
“The fact that the final is played at the Wanda motivates us even more – it is an added incentive.
“They said that it was impossible to win two in a row – we did it.
“The same thing was said about the third and we also succeeded.
“This team is inspired by big challenges and winning the Champions League in the Wanda is another way of making history.”