Zlatan Ibrahimovic has promised to beat his former mentor Jose Mourinho when Milan meet Real Madrid at San Siro tomorrow night.
The Sweden international striker was on the losing side in Spain two weeks ago and is looking for revenge.
Speaking at a pre-match Press Conference, Ibrahimovic said: "Tomorrow we'll do everything opposite to what we did in the first game.
"They dominated at the Bernabeu. We were slow and not ruthless enough. Luckily there is another game to play and by doing things differently than in the game in Madrid we can win and show that we are as strong as Madrid, if not stronger.
"I am looking to help my teammates. We must still get to know each other better but I feel very good. I am sorry that I missed some goalscoring chances against Juve, but I am sure that it will not be repeated.
"I am very happy in Milan. It's like a second home for me.
"I had a beautiful relationship with Mourinho. I spent a fantastic year at Inter with him, but tomorrow evening I'll go out on the pitch to win and I won't be thinking about him.
"Then after the game, we might speak, but before I will be concentrated on the game," he concluded.
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