"Our success is disturbing some people and makes them jealous, but nothing will change the history of this club, which is the best in the world".
Zidane added: "To be honest I think it is disgraceful, upsetting and deceptive". Not about the penalty because that's down to interpretation, for me it is and the referee gave it, but the stuff about the robbery.
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.
"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". They have no room for error, but it's all but over at this point, especially when they face Madrid and Real Betis - fourth and fifth in La Liga - in their final seven games.More news: The Answer Trump Needs in Syria
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The Serie A giants had stormed back from a 3-0 first-leg deficit to level the scores at 3-3 on aggregate at the Bernabeu on Wednesday night.
Malaga, who sit bottom of the table, are making a late push for survival as they only sit six points from safety.
"I think they are an even better team this season than last", Zidane said.
Sergio Ramos is likely to return, having been suspended in midweek, but Zidane is expected to rest other key players for the match.
"There's no reason for us to believe that this game will be any more hard than the rest of them". As for Malaga, they should welcome back Ignasi Miquel back into the side, whilst Diego Gonzalez is a doubt after suffering a knock in training on Friday.