"Everyone can have their opinion, and I won't respond to what the players are saying, but all I'll say is that no-one (in the media) can talk to me about a robbery".
Asked if he felt "hatred" was being aimed at the Bernabeu, Zidane did not reject the suggestion. "All we can do is our own work, try and prepare well".
Zidane, however, maintains his team fully deserved to go through.
The former France worldwide dodged a question over whether Juve goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon's reaction to English official Oliver's penalty decision resembled his own sending off in the 2006 World Cup final, only saying he could understand the veteran's frustration on the night. "It is a heated moment, even if it was a little bit later".
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Dennis fire Captain Wayne Conlon, who participated in the procession, told the newspaper, "We all do the same job". O'Keefe said the last prison time Latanowich served was a four- to five-year sentence on gun charges.
"It was a game we knew would be hard because Malaga aren't doing so well, but we knew it would be hard", Casemiro added.
"No, just the opposite", he said. "We did very well and we're in the semi-finals".
Zinedine Zidane left stars including Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale out of his squad after Madrid survived a dramatic fightback by Juventus in midweek, with Marcelo and Toni Kroos named on the bench.
"There is always an enormous effort in a big Champions League game, but we are ready now for La Liga", he said.
Malaga started the second half with increased confidence but an off-target Alberto Bueno header was the closest they came to levelling the scores.
Roberto Rosales hit a free-kick just over the crossbar and sloppy Madrid play led to a great chance for the hosts just before the break as Casemiro was robbed by Iturra, but the midfielder fired into the legs of Keylor Navas. We know it will be hard, they will give everything against us.