Real Madrid comes to Manchester City on Tuesday night for the UEFA Champions League semifinal game. Manchester City made it to the next round of the competition after Pep Guardiola's team beat Diego Simeone's team, Atletico Madrid, on a 1-0 aggregate. Real Madrid sent Chelsea FC out on a 5-4 aggregate, though.
This is what Real Madrid looked like when they arrived in England on Monday afternoon. Each player wore a white shirt, black suit, and tie. They include Vinicius Junior, David Alaba, Toni Kroos, Marco Asensio, Luka Modric, isco, Thibaut Courtois, Eduardo Camavinga, Eder Militao, Federico Valverde, Ferland Mendy, and many other players, as well as the manager.
During the 2010/11 season (Semifinal, Barcelona FC), Pep Guardiola sent Real Madrid out of the competition. In the 2019/20 season (Semifinal, Barcelona FC), Guardiola will again send Real Madrid out (Manchester City, Round of 16). History shows that Real Madrid has never been kicked out three (3) times by a club manager in the history of the UEFA Champions League. He can try to break this record next week.
As a result, Carlo Ancelotti has won 74% of the games he has led Real Madrid to victory in the UEFA Champions League. This makes him the best manager in the competition with this kind of record.
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