Ancelotti reveals the goalkeeper of the final: “Lunin had the flu, Courtois will play tomorrow”

Mister Carlo Ancelotti spoke at a press conference to present the Champions League final scheduled for tomorrow against Borussia Dortmund. These are his statements: “We had time to prepare well for the match. The dressing room has the confidence to get the best. We have a lot of respect for our opponents, who deserved to reach this final and we hope that everything goes well” .

Who will play in goal?
“Lunin had the flu. Tomorrow he will come with us and will be on the bench, so Courtois will play.”

How it feels to be in the final again?
“I’m very happy to be here. The worries will come later. I have a lot of confidence in my team. I know that my players will give everything, even Rodrygo. He is a very important player and will be so in the future too, without a doubt.”

How are you preparing for this meeting?
“The most important thing in this type of match is to give the players clear ideas about what they have to do on the pitch. I will focus on the tactical aspect of the match. Everyone handles emotions differently. Fear and worry are an important part to do things well. The team has shown quality and sacrifice, this will be the key tomorrow.”

What it’s like to step onto the pitch at Wembley?
“Playing here, in this historic stadium, is exciting.”

Real Madrid is obsessed with the Champions League?
“The Champions League is not an obsession. The obsession is to compete and give your best. There are moments when things don’t go as you would like. We can already say that the season has been very positive.”

With Dortmund a cycle ends for his Real?
“This generation of players has done a fantastic, incredible job.”

You are a little scared or worried about tomorrow?
“A Champions League final is the most important match. We have to make the most of being here and then the worries will come. Fear can be there. It’s a Champions League final. It’s a feeling that everyone has. It’s normal, but you are happier if you win and overcome fear.”