Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has said he is confident that his players will deliver their first win against Borussia Dortmund, when both sides face each other in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Madrid opened the defence of their title with a win over APOEL at home and are looking to stay top of the group with a win against Dortmund.
“We’re okay. We got a victory last time out and we’re happy to play on a beautiful pitch, where they breathe Champions League football,” Zidane told a news conference.
“It’s true we’ve never won here and it’s a challenge for us. We want to play a good game of football.
“I’m not worried about conceding chances against the opposition. What worries us is playing good football, but the opponents are there to put you in difficulty.
“I believe in what we’re doing and the players we have. If we score goals tomorrow, great, but we have to keep doing the same at the weekend.
“LaLiga is the most complicated, the most difficult. For us, the difficulty is maintaining a high level.
“It can happen that we’re not brilliant, but I am not worried about how we will play this year.”