Carlo Ancelotti is set to become the manager with the most appearances in the UEFA Champions League alone of all time. In the next match, Real Madrid will visit Manchester City after the last game. Equivalent to Sir Alex Ferguson’s record of 190 games.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has equaled Sir Alex Ferguson’s record in 190 Champions League appearances as a manager . Completed after leading the White King army to open the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. Drawing Manchester City 1-1 in the first semi-final, Europe’s biggest cup On Tuesday, May 9, the past.
Los Blancos are set to visit the Etihad Stadium for the second leg on Wednesday. Which will make the 63-year-old the sole record holder with 191 appearances. can anyone do it and would be a statistic that would last many more decades. By the statistics of managing the UFABET team to fight in the battles in the UCL of all players at this time, 108 wins, 41 draws and 41 losses.
Previously, Ancelotti made history as the first head coach to win the biggest ear cup four times with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007 and Real Madrid in 2014 and 2022 and reach the final. Up to 5 times, having missed the championship once in the 2004-2005 season. A penalty shoot-out losing to Liverpool 2-3 after a draw in 120 minutes with a 3-3 score
In addition, experienced trainers Also set another amazing record in the European football league by leading the famous team in the capital of Bull to win the Spanish league championship last season. As a result. He became the only coach to have led a team in Europe’s top five leagues to win them all. After AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. c
If Ancelotti ‘s men beat City in their second game next week. They will be eliminated from three Premier League clubs in a row, Liverpool in the last 16 followed by Chelsea in the last 16. Round of eight and the Blues in the playoffs. But Pep Guardiola ‘s team has the advantage of playing at home and showing strong performances. So have to wait and see if the old champion can do it or not.