Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has equaled Sir Alex Ferguson’s all-time record in the Champions League as a manager.
Ancelotti led Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw with Manchester City in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday.
His most recent tenure was the veteran Italian’s 190th appearance in the competition. That’s the most equal to that of Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary Manchester United manager.
That makes Ancelotti the sole new record holder in the next match that the Kings visit City at the Etihad Stadium in the middle of next week UFABET
For Carlo Ancelotti, he started playing in the Champions League at Parma. Followed by Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid. Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli and back to Real Madrid again, winning a total of 4 times. Divided into 2 times with AC Milan and 2 times with Real Madrid.
On the side of Carlo Ancelotti, the team plays in UEFA. 191 Champions League games. Divided into AC Milan 73 games, Bayern Munich 12 games, Chelsea 18 games, Juventus 10 games, Napoli 12 games, Parma 6 games, 10 for Paris Saint-Germain and 50 for Real Madrid, with a record of 107 wins, 43 draws and 40 losses.
Along with being able to lead the team to win this tournament four times. Which is the most in football history. However, he has a contract with the agency until mid-2024.