Carlo Ancelotti surpasses Alex Ferguson in this incredible list

Carlo Ancelotti’s side was defeated by 4-0 in the second leg of the champions league semifinals.

Carlo Ancelotti, the esteemed Italian football manager, has his name in the records of the sport’s history by surpassing the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson in managing the most UEFA Champions League games. Ancelotti achieved this remarkable feat during the second leg of the semi-finals against Manchester City, marking his 191st appearance in the prestigious tournament. While the match ended in a resounding defeat for Ancelotti’s team, with a 4-0 scoreline (and an aggregate 5-1 in favor of City), the manager’s illustrious career is defined by his remarkable success in the competition, having lifted the trophy a staggering four times.

The UEFA Champions League is widely regarded as the pinnacle of club football, showcasing the finest talents and teams from across Europe. Over the years, numerous managers have left their mark on the tournament, but few can boast a track record as impressive as Ancelotti. Known for his tactics, calmness, and ability to make strong relationships with players, Ancelotti has proven time and again why he is considered one of the greatest football managers of his generation.

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Ancelotti’s journey in the Champions League began in the late 1990s when he guided Italian giants AC Milan to two consecutive triumphs in 2003 and 2007. These victories firmly established Ancelotti’s credentials as a manager capable of masterminding success on the biggest stage. Also he has won trophy with Real Madrid last year.