Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos said his club will 'fight to the death' to win the Spanish Supercopa final against Atletico Madrid.
"It's ugly to talk about enemies, it's a rivalry. I don't see any team as an enemy, just as a direct rival. Everyone is free to think what they want," Goal.com quoted Ramos as saying.
"They're a difficult opponent, with a great coach and a great team. They fight until the last ounce of hope. We are prepared and we will fight to the death for this title," he added.
Real Madrid defeated Valencia by 3-1 while Atletico Madrid overpowered Barcelona by 3-2 to secure a spot in the final of the tournament.
Both teams will compete against each other for the title on Sunday.
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