Champions League final highlight Carlo Ancelotti takes Real Madrid to 14th place

By Sam Worthington with AP

That ‘record man’ did it again.

Carlo Ancelotti and his trademark cockroach eyebrows continued to rise in the list of the best managers of all time in his late career and upset Liverpool in the Champions League on Sunday.

The 1-0 win in Paris was Italy’s fourth Champions League win – the first to achieve this feat.

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Ancelotti won the European Championship for AC Milan in 2003 and 2007, and the previous trophy with Madrid in 2014.

“I can’t believe it. I’m the record man,” Ancelotti said.

Ancelotti has re-established his reputation as one of the world’s top managers this season, becoming the first to win titles in five major European leagues and leading Madrid to a trio of heavyweights in the Champions League at Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City. Reaching the finals in the knockout stage.

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The 62-year-old Italian added nothing more than a match-clinching goal in extra time when Everton, the blue half team of Merseyside that Ancelotti managed last season, beat Tottenham 5-4. FA Cup in 2021.

When Everton fans, players and coaching staff lost their minds inside a rocking Goodison Park, Ancelotti simply blew his cup of tea and turned to return to his seat at the dugout.

“Football is one of the less important things in the world,” Ancelotti once said, and he turned off the carefree gaze of a determined person not to be burdened by the pressure of managing high-level football.

“The most famous eyebrow in world football,” Max Rushden told Stan Sport.

But after losing to Moldovan Minos in the group stage, scenes of joy at the Stade de France seemed impossible.

“It’s a beautiful moment for Carlo Ancelotti,” said former Sucrose captain Craig Foster.

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“Where they started this season where they ended up is a tribute to a brilliant, brilliant manager.

“Because we saw them lose to Sheriff Tiraspol and they were a shadow of the team that finished the season. They won their 35th La Liga and now their 14th Champions League.

“To bring out the best in everyone, to bring in Vinicius Jr., Rodrigo is only 19 years old and the star of the future, of course (Eduardo) Camavinga, his use.

“PSG, Chelsea, Manchester City – when Kamavinga came they won those games from behind, he’s still very young and he’s the future of the club.

“Surprisingly he wasn’t even the first choice at the start of the season. They weren’t sure if he would stay after the season. He just won the doubles. Amazing.”

Ancelotti is irresistible, irresistible, so unprepared she looks almost careless, transmits peace around her, sees everything, does everything.

“It was a tough game. We lost a lot in the first half, but in all the games we played towards the end of the second half, I think we deserved to win this competition,” said Ancelotti.

“We are really happy, and I can’t say much more. When I came here, I got a great squad with a lot of quality and strong mental character as usual.

“We went through a really tough game. The fans helped us a lot. I’m very happy.”

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