Real have won six successive games in all competitions.
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Real Madrid will carry their momentum from Saturday's "Clasico" victory over rivals Barcelona into their Champions League quarterfinal first leg at struggling VfL Wolfsburg Wednesday, coach Zinedine Zidane said.Real scored their first league win at the Nou Camp since 2012, inflicting the first home defeat for Barcelona since February 2015 .Last year's Bundesliga runners-up and German Cup winners slumped to a 3-0 loss at Bayer Leverkusen Saturday, putting European participation next season at risk.Wolfsburg, eighth in the Bundesliga, have also been struggling for goals in recent weeks, having scored just once in their last three league matches.Wolfsburg sports director Klaus Allofs hopes the team will recover for what is the club's biggest European game to date and their first ever last eight appearance.
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