Real Madrid star is wary of Liverpool threat in the Champions League ahead of the semifinals draws on Friday afternoon.
Los Blancos defender Dani Carvajal is aware of the threat posed by Liverpool, Roma and Bayern Munich.
Liverpool scored five goals aggregate against Manchester City, Roma overturned a 4-1 lead from Barcelona to knock-out the Spanish giant with a 3-0 scoreline in Rome while Bayern saw off Sevilla in a 2-1 win over the two legs match.
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Carvajal was of the opinion that the threat of the three sides could be paired against Zinedine Zidane’s men in the semi-final draw.
"We saw it with Barcelona, anybody can knock you out and we've had a difficult game here [against Juventus],” he said.
“I was confident we'd go through, be it over 90 minutes or after extra time, I knew that we'd progress.
“There are no favourites at this stage. The four teams in the semi-finals could end up winning it and we're aware of that as we try to make it through to Kiev.
Real Madrid will be looking to win the Champions League three times in a row, having won the last two editions of the tournament in Sansiro and Cardiff respectively.