Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp are both going for their second Champions League title with their current club.
For Ancelotti, this will be his 4th title as manager.
For Klopp, this will be his 2nd title as manager.
ANCELOTTI + REAL MADRID + TITLES + CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
One of the most successful managers in the competition will be in the final of the Champions League with the most successful club in the competition.
Ancelotti made history with his 5th managerial league title this season. Winning the Spanish La Liga with Real Madrid meant Carlo Ancelotti is the first manager to win the league title in all 5 top leagues in Europe.
2003/04 Italian Serie A – AC Milan
2009/10 English Premier League – Chelsea
2012/13 French Ligue 1 – Paris St. Germain
2016.17 German Bundesliga – Bayern Munich
2021/22 Spanish La Liga – Real Madrid
… AND WHEN IT COMES TO THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE, CARLO ANCELOTTI IS ALSO ON TRACK TO SET ANOTHER RECORD.
Ancelotti also has 5 Champions League titles already attached to his name.
He was on twice as a player with AC Milan, twice as the manager of AC Milan, and already has one title in the competition as Real Madrid’s manager.
A win on Friday will be a perfect balance.
Ancelotti’s Champions League titles
AC Milan (player) – 2 (1989 and 1990)
AC Milan (manager) -2 (2003 and 2007)
Real Madrid (manager) – 1 (2014 and 2022?)
KLOPP’s LIVERPOOL HAVE FINAL EXPERIENCE THIS SEASON.
(Granted that they’ve all been against Chelsea), Klopp’s Liverpool has been through the test of playing two cup finals this season. Both finals tested their endurance through playing for over 120 minutes, and they tested their nerves through a penalty shootout.
Jürgen Klopp’s first title for Liverpool was the UEFA Champions League, and since then he has won a title in all the competitions available to him. He is back to another UEFA Champions League. Is this a cycle?
UEFA Champions League in 2019
UEFA Super Cup in 2019
FIFA Club World Cup in 2019
English Premier League in 2020
EFL Cup in 2022
English FA Cup in 2022
Now is back again to the UEFA Champions League.