Real Madrid will host Chelsea for the return leg tonight.
The Los Blancos beat the Blues 3-1 at their home ground and are now favorites to advance in the semi-final of the competition.
The score would have been different if the away goal rule stood this season but Real Manager Carlo Ancelotti has no regrets about it.
“Not at all. We accept the rules as they are. It’s favourable for the balance and we accept it,” the Italian coach told Sky Sport Italia.
“[The victory in the first leg] can be a dangerous result if we think most of the work is done. We made a lot in the first leg and we must do the same tomorrow. We played well in the first half, we must do the same in the second half.”
Ancelotti was asked if Benzema has improved since the last time he coached him around ten years ago.
“I think he has more confidence in himself. He feels more important, but he is still humble. Despite being one of the best players in the world, he remains humble and it makes the difference.”