Jose Mourinho unfazed by finishing second

Mourinho unfazed by second place
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Jose Mourinho insists that Real Madrid's Champions League rivals should be worried if his side are forced to settle for second place in Group D.

Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has insisted that he will not be worried if his side have to settle for second place in Group D.

The La Liga holders needed a late equaliser from Mesut Ozil to draw with Borussia Dortmund at the Bernabeu in a result that leaves them second in a keenly-contested group.

Mourinho thinks that group winners should fear the prospect of facing his team in the Champions League knockout stages if they fail to overtake Dortmund in the final two games.

He told reporters: "If we qualify, if this is the most difficult group and we end up second, then, that's a problem for the other teams that end up first in their groups.

"The two times that I've won the Champions League my team ended the group stage in second place.

"There is no drama here. We played a great game versus Manchester City and today it's been another great game."

Madrid can secure their place in the last 16 if they beat City at the Etihad in their next European match.

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