Sport Marca recreate Beatles' Abbey Road cover ahead of Madrid vs Liverpool
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Spanish sports newspaper Marca have recreated The Beatles' iconic Abbey Road album cover on today's front page ahead of Real Madrid's clash against Liverpool at Anfield - a move ridiculed by some on social media!
The famous 1969 album cover by The Beatles, who were formed in Liverpool, was actually shot in north-west London, with the album named after the location of EMI Studios.
The photo features the group walking across the street's zebra crossing in an image that became one of the most famous in popular music - and Marca have given their own twist to the photo with Luka Modric, Vinicius Jr, Toni Kroos and Karim Benzema photoshopped onto the zebra crossing, with the headline 'SEMIS ROAD' brandished above.
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Real Madrid and Liverpool go head-to-head in an intriguing Champions League quarter-final first leg tonight. Sportsmail takes you through the all-important information ahead of kick-off.Jurgen Klopp's side have struggled domestically this season, but the Champions League has been another story for the Reds, who topped their group before brushing aside the challenge of RB Leipzig in the last-16.
The front page caught the attention of Spanish football presenter Phil Kitromilides, who joked: 'They're not playing QPR!'
Anfield is 208 miles from Abbey Road Studios, while QPR's Loftus Road ground is just 3.6 miles away.
Madrid have a 3-1 lead going into tonight's Champions League quarter-final second-leg and are favourites to progress to the semis against Chelsea.
Real head into the decider at Anfield following a run of six consecutive wins in all competitions and on a high after beating arch-rivals Barcelona 2-1 on Saturday to move one point behind LaLiga leaders Atletico Madrid.
Yet they do so with a depleted and increasingly tired squad due to a punishing run of injuries at the decisive stage of the campaign, which prompted manager Zinedine Zidane to say after the win over Barca that his team were 'stretched to the limit'.
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PETE JENSON IN SPAIN: Zinedine Zidane and Vinicius Junior have not always seen eye to eye but they could be Real Madrid's golden ticket to a win in Saturday's crucial El Clasico.Zidane gambled on Vinicius’ raw talent on Tuesday by starting him up front with Karim Benzema, and the 20-year-old repaid his manager with the two goals that have put Madrid 90 minutes from the Champions League semi-finals.
But he insisted his players would not be looking to reserve any energy against Liverpool.
'We're not going to try and manage our effort levels, we've come here to win and that's what we'll try to do,' Zidane told a news conference.
'We've spoken about this with the team, we made a huge effort in the first leg and against Barcelona but we're used to it.'
Real travelled to Merseyside with a similar squad to the one that beat Jurgen Klopp's side last week in the Spanish capital, still missing defenders Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Dani Carvajal and record signing Eden Hazard.
They will also be without Lucas Vazquez, who sustained a knee injury against Barcelona, which has ended his season.
'A lot of things have happened to us this season, we are missing a lot of players right now and, while I'd love to have them all available, we're going to make sure we put in our best performances with the players we have,' Zidane added.
'This team always comes together in the toughest of times, which shows the character we have.'
Peter Crouch once left Abbey Clancy locked out while playing games .
The former professional footballer, 40, spoke about the incident on his That Peter Crouch Podcast on Wednesday.The former professional footballer, 40, spoke about the incident on his That Peter Crouch Podcast on Wednesday, and said he was in his 35-year-old wife's bad books after he didn't hear her ringing the bell while he played the game.