As expected, the first question for Ancelotti was about El Clásico, focusing on Sergio Ramos.
We're not thinking about Saturday's match. We're focusing on the game tomorrow night. Sergio is working hard in training and working to get fit for Saturday. Bale is not available for Saturday's match either, he got injured during last Friday's training session.
When the third question tried to get an answer for Saturday's match as well, Ancelotti got mad.
It's unbelievable that we're here talking about Saturday's match.
Mario Balotelli is one of Liverpool's most dangerous players, although he has not been playing well lately.
I know Balotelli well, we need to be careful with him. They are a dynamic team, with a lot of pace. He has the quality to compete at the elite level.
With Bale out, Ancelotti has some options to replace the Welshman. He spoke about it.
We have the possibility to play some of our men in different positions and that allows us to replace injured players, and that's something very good about our roster.
Arbeloa spoke right before Ancelotti and announced that he talked to some of the players about the atmosphere at Anfield.
I warned them about the atmosphere, they support their players a lot, this will be an important game for us. Even Cristiano said this is the hardest away ground to play in England. It will be a tough game, we need to be ready to struggle.