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Ancelotti surpasses Ferguson’s Champions League record

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Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti has broken Scottish manager Alex Ferguson’s record in the Champions League.

The course of the fiery meeting between Real Madrid and its colleague team is now taking place Manchester England, second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.

And Los Blancos has already met with his counterpart Setiens on the territory of the Santiago Bernabeu, the stronghold of the royal club, in the first match of the same round, and the match ended in a goal for the same.

At the Al Ittihad Stadium, the stronghold of Manchester, an exciting meeting with the Royal Club is taking place to match the qualifying ticket for the Champions League final and face the Italian side Inter Milan.

Real Madrid line-up against Manchester City

Los Blancos coach Carlo Ancelotti entered the match against his English colleague from Manchester City in the following formation:

Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois.

Defensive line: Dani Carvajal – Eder Militao – David Alaba – Eduardo Camavinga.

Midfield: Toni Kroos – Luka Modric – Federico Valverde.

Leading in the attack: Rodrigo Goss – Vinicius Junior – Karim Benzem.

So far, City are ahead of their counterpart, Real Club, with two clean sheets, who have been replaced by star Bernando Silva.

Ancelotti Beat Ferguson’s record in the Champions League

And according to the statistics network “OPTA”, Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, coach of Real Madrid, broke the record of Sir Alex Ferguson, the legend of the Manchester United team.

The match is Carlo Ancelotti’s 191st as a Champions League manager and is therefore regarded as the most technical director in the competition’s history, heading into opposition ahead of Alex Ferguson, who has 190.

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