Some of the most epic of games played in the Champions League have been between Real Madrid and Juventus. Similar in philosophy and obsessed with success, there has always been a mutual respect between the two sides, who care more about winning than their style of play. As the draw would have it, two Spanish coaches will face off in one tie, while the Italian tacticians, perhaps the best the country have at this moment, will meet each other in the semifinal of the Champions League.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal believes he and his team-mates must concentrate on domestic matters before worrying about Europe again.
The Turin giants go into Sunday's game at city rivals Torino having reached the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since the 2002-03 campaign.
Juve held Monaco to a goalless draw in Monte Carlo on Wednesday to progress 1-0 on aggregate and set up a meeting with Real Madrid in the next round.
The Italians will host European defending champions Real...