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Wolfsburg coach: "tension" the secret of victory over Real Madrid

Updated on April 6, 2016

congratulated Dieter Hecking, artistic director of Wolfsburg, players today after beating Real Madrid 2-0 in the first leg quarter-finals of the European Champions League, pointing out that his team knows what to expect in the second leg which will be held at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Royal Group stronghold next week. Hecking said: "We managed to achieve a good result, but we all know what awaits us in Madrid." He explained that the secret of victory lies in injury real to "tension" since the beginning of the meeting and closing spaces and implement counter-attack. He pointed out that all of this has enabled his team to achieve what no one expected before the game, especially after losing in the last meeting in the Bundesliga against Bayer Leverkusen with three straight goals. He added: "To the memory of Leverkusen were strongly present, but it reflects that all things are possible in football. The same team who has faced sharp criticism Friday able to provide as well as the performance, who appeared before the rial after five days." He said that if his team might be able to score a goal in the second leg of the competition excludes the riyal. Asked about the instructions addressed to the players to reduce the risk of players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, he said he did not want to respond to it, "he wants to qualify for the semi-final," so I chose not to go into the tactical details. He said Hecking to his surprise in that game was played, Bruno Henrique, who he described as the key play, stressing that he had succeeded in his mission to the fullest. It is noteworthy that Henrique joined Wolfsburg during the last transfer window coming from Goias Alborzaala not only participate in 5 games this season.


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