Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui during training REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
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Champions League holders Real Madrid will have to work around a string of injuries to key players in a tough match against CSKA Moscow, manager Julen Lopetegui said Monday. Real, who have won Champions League three years in a row, will play CSKA in Group G Tuesday without Welsh forward Gareth Bale and Spanish center-back Sergio Ramos, who were injured in Saturday's goalless draw with Atletico Madrid.The holes in Real's lineup don't mean that CSKA will have an easy game, CSKA midfielder Alan Dzagoev said.Lopetegui said the team was in the process of regrouping.
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