The 2014 final remains a "fantastic" memory for Real Madrid, but Sergio Ramos says "it's time to turn the page – we'll give everything to win" as they face Atlético Madrid again.
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Sergio Ramos on ... Madrid's motivation to repeat 2014
We're very motivated and we're ready to take this opportunity. What happened in Lisbon is fantastic, but that's gone. It's time to turn the page, but we want to do it again. We'll give everything to win; we'll leave it all on the pitch, even our skin. We know what we have to do and now we just have to do it.
Sergio Ramos on ... his Lisbon memories
I would change nothing about Lisbon. Things come and go as destiny takes a hand. But we do not like to remember things when we are about to play a final.
Marcelo on ... his Lisbon memories
It's impossible not to think about Lisbon, it was such a special game. That was in the past, it's over. This is another final and we have the chance of another great day. We'll have to work and fight, but it's going to be very difficult. It always is.
Sergio Ramos on ... Atlético's motivation
I don't now if the 2014 final is a bitter memory [for Atlético] but they won't be crying about it. You need to get up and keep competing, to win, and that's what they've done.
Sergio Ramos on ... making it 11 European Cup wins
We care about us. There is pressure when you play a final like this, and we will try to handle it and do things the best way possible. We don't want this any less than Atlético. We want to win again, to keep adding trophies, because the fans deserve that.
Sergio Ramos on ... Atlético's threat
Atlético are a team that will punish any lack of concentration, and extra concentration and motivation around free-kicks and corners is required. In the Champions League you have to have all your senses alert to the quality of players around you.
Marcelo on ... Casemiro
Casemiro is doing fantastic work. He's never questioned anything or complained when he didn't play. He's taken his opportunities when they've come along and he's been working well. He's done a great job for the team.
Sergio Ramos on ... the possibility of defeat
I won't consider it a failure if we don't win, but a missed opportunity because it's hard to reach a Champions League final.
Marcelo on ... where the game will be won and lost
In a final, what makes the difference are small details. If we don't concede goals and we score it will be a perfect match, but we need to concentrate for that to happen.