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Juventus forward Alvaro Morata seemed genuinely apologetic after he netted the goal that knocked his former club Real Madrid out in the Champions League semifinals and he wants to try to make amends.The 22-year-old Spain international scored in both legs of Juve's 3-2 aggregate success over the holders and is hoping to lead his side to victory against Real's bitter rivals Barcelona in Saturday's Champions League final.Morata made his league debut for Real in December 2010 under Jose Mourinho and went on to win one La Liga title, two Copas de Rey and a Spanish Super Cup as well as the Champions League.
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