Manager Zinedine Zidane suggests it is “not normal” what Real Madrid are achieving in the Champions League after they reached a fourth final in five years. The Spanish giants withstood a severe test from Bayern Munich in the semi-final second-leg at the Bernabeu on Tuesday evening to edge into the final 4-3 on aggregate. They’ll travel to Kiev later this month hoping to win the Champions League for the third successive season, where Liverpool or Roma will be their opponents on May 26. Zidane, a former player at Madrid, suggests their history marks them out in the competition and he knows his current side are adding a rich chapter. “We are still only in the final. We must be happy. It’s not usual to be in a final for the third time in a row. That’s not normal,” said the former France international. “It’s not just this team, it’s this club. It’s the history that comes from a long time ago. We are writing history like everyone else has done before us. “Real Madrid never give up, even through difficulties like we had [against Bayern]. But we believe in what we do and we will fight to achieve things.” Madrid
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