Real Madrid embarrasses all England clubs with an unprecedented number

Real Madrid broke many records on the night of being crowned champions for the 14th time in the elite European competitions, the Champions League yesterday, after beating Liverpool 1-0 at the Stade de France in the French capital, Paris.

And with the Brazilian Vincius' goal against Liverpool goalkeeper Alison, Real Madrid alone is equal to the titles of all England's crowned clubs in the history of the European Champions combined.

Real Madrid has 14 titles, and England's 14 titles, 6 titles for Liverpool, 3 for Germany, two titles for Chelsea and Nottingham Forest, and one for Aston Villa.

And the matter did not stop at this event, but Real Madrid now has ten players, each of whom has five titles. A player, for example, like French Karim Benzema, is equivalent to the titles of Chelsea and Germany combined, and is only one title behind Liverpool.

On the other hand, coach Carlo Ancelotti imposed himself as an undisputed star in the history of the competition, as he was unique in the records for the number of titles as a coach, which amounted to four titles, and weeks ago he had broken another European record, when he became the only coach crowned with the league title in the five major tournaments (Spain). Germany, England, France and Italy).

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