Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has revealed that he wants the club to appeal his red card he picked up against Manchester City in the Round of 16, allowing him to play in the second leg later this month.
Speaking in a press conference after his side's recent 2-0 victory against Barcelona, the 33-year-old said: "For me, it was a slight touch.
"The possibility of appealing is there. For me, definitely. Any option of me playing that match, Madrid will look at and I will apply pressure.
"The criteria is relative. Some say yes and others say no. That's football and you can't go back. There's still a wonderful game to come."
Los Blancos are set to face the Citizens at the Etihad on March 17 with the Spanish side needing at least two goals to make it to the quarter-finals.