Carlo Ancelotti seals place in history with 5th UCL win, as Real Madrid wins 15th

Carlo Ancelotti was once again the talk of the town as he sat in the dugout and oversaw yet another UEFA Champions League final victory. This makes it Ancelotti’s fifth victory as a manager and Real Madrid’s 15th.

Real Madrid was under pressure for large parts of the game, as Borussia Dortmund got two gilt-edged goal scoring chances in the first half.

However, the Galacticos found their form in the final 20 minutes of the game, scoring two quick fire goals to shatter Dortmund’s hopes of a second Champions League trophy.

Toni Kroos assisted Dani Carvajal in the 74th minute for the first goal, and Vinicius Junior sealed the victory in the 83rd minute.

Ancelotti’s men were resilient as always, withstanding pressure when needed, and like with many other key games this season – took the chances that came their way.

This win makes it a new record of five Champions League wins as a manager for Ancelotti, and a 15th for Madrid.

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