Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti set a record in the Champions League, after the royal team reached the final of the competition during the current season 2021-2022, at the expense of the English club Manchester City, with a score of 6-5 in the total of the two matches.
Real Madrid will face Liverpool in the Champions League final, scheduled for Saturday, May 28, at the Stade de France in the French capital, Paris.
Ancelotti became the first coach in the history of the Champions League to reach the final with 5 times, beating the trio of Marcello Lippi, Sir Alex Ferguson and Jurgen Klopp, who have 4 times.
Ancelotti reached the Champions League final in 2003-2005-2007-2014-2022.
The veteran Italian coach was crowned with Real Madrid in the Champions League in 2014, at the expense of his neighbor Atletico Madrid, 4-1, after the match extended to overtime.
Real Madrid recently won the Spanish League title for the 35th time in its history, so that Ancelotti became the first coach to win the league title in all five major leagues, “Big 5”.