Carlo Ancelotti set to break Sir Alex Ferguson’s UEFA Champions League record when his Real Madrid battle Manchester City in Wednesday’s semi-final second leg at the Etihad Stadium. Premier League-winning manager Ancelotti has enjoyed plenty of success after managing AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Napoli, PSG, and Real Madrid. Ancelotti has lifted four Champions Leagues two with Rossoneri and two with Los Blancos, winning last season’s final against Liverpool by a 1-0 scoreline. Ancelotti remains in the hunt to lift a fifth Champions League trophy this term, with his Real Madrid side heading to the Etihad on Wednesday after playing out a 1-1 first-leg draw with Man City at the Santiago Bernabeu last week. The 63-year-old will take change of his 191st Champions League game as a manager on Wednesday, which will see him surpass the previous record held by Ferguson, who amassed a total of 190 matches in the competition. Real Madrid are seeking to move one step closer to winning a record-extending 15th Champions League title.


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