Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has admitted that his side suffered a lot against Bayern Munich during their Wednesday’s clash at the Allianz Arena.

Meanwhile, the Los Blancos managed to beat the Bavarians 2-1 in their first leg of the Champions League semi-final.

 The European champions have fallen behind to Bayern’s first-half goal from Joshua Kimmich, but they managed to bounce back due to having the quality to overcome any obstacle.

La Liga side scored an equalizer goal in 44 minutes before Marco Asensio scored the winner in 57 minutes of the game.

 “We played well, this is football,” Zidane told Premium Sport. “They have had a lot of chances but we won, it was not easy at the beginning, then in the second half we improved.”

 “We suffered a lot, especially in the beginning. We have struggled and still managed to win. This team has the quality to overcome any obstacle. Isco, unfortunately, had to leave because of an injury.”

 The German side will have to score at least two goals at Santiago Bernabeu in the return game on Tuesday, 1 May.

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