Last 5 Real Madrid UCL Final Draws - And What Happened Next

Last 5 Real Madrid UCL Final Draws

The Semi-final of the UCL between Madrid and City remains in the balance after the two sides drew 1-1. But who will progress in Istanbul after the second phase of the coalition next week?

Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois said after the match, Next week will be like the final, and we are good enough to win the final.

(2021) Madrid 1-1 Chelsea:

English Club Manchester City is that last time Madrid drew 1-1 at the Real home ground in the semi-finals of the Champions League, they went to England and lost the second leg.

City is well aware that it was Thomas Tuchel’s Blues who triumphed in Europe this season. They fought hard in the Spanish capital, surviving the tie after Karim Benzema canceled out Christian Pulisic’s early opener.

All-time great performances Chelsea produced one of their to beat Los Blancos 2-0 The same week at Stamford Bridge,

But it was all about N’Golo Kante single-handedly winning the midfield battle. The Frenchman was named man of the match in both legs before claiming the same honor in the final.

(2016) Man City 0-0 Real Madrid:

In 202 draw against Chelsea a 1–1 was Madrid’s first Champions League first-leg draw in five years. The last time was in the 2015-16 semi-final against Manuel Pellegrini’s Manchester City.

Pellegrini’s final season in charge of City was nothing short of impressive. They only finished in the top four and recorded their lowest number of Premier League points in 13 years.

But they overcame Dynamo Kyiv and PSG to reach their first Champions League semi-final.

Madrid never looked like letting it slip away, even though they were just one goal away from going out. They beat city rivals Atletico on penalties in the final. The first of a historic three-peat under Zinedine Zidane.

(2015) Atletico Madrid 0-0 Real Madrid:

For three consecutive seasons, Madrid knocked Diego Simeone’s Atleti out of Europe. in 2014–15 between their two final showdowns – which took place quarter-finals of The middle meeting.

Atletico already knocked Real out of the Copa del Rey this season and beat them 4-0 in La Liga. Yet once again Madrid showed that they are made differently in Europe.

Madrid left Vicente Calderon disappointed after Jan Oblak produced a man-of-the-match performance in the goalless first-leg draw.

However, Javier Hernandez’s 88th-minute goal sent them into the semi-finals with Itlay giant club Juventus – which they surprisingly lost, denying us an El Clasico final.

(2013) Real Madrid 1-1 Man Utd:

Real Madrid finished runners-up to Jurgen Klopp’s Borussia Dortmund in the 2012–13 group stage, leaving them with the daunting task of facing Manchester United in the round of 16.

Cristiano Ronaldo equalized after Danny Welbeck’s early opener in the first leg at the Bernabeu, and he scored again against his former team. Refusing to celebrate – as Madrid came from behind to win 2-1 at Old Trafford.

A Sergio Ramos own goal had given United the lead, but the visitors hit back with two quick goals after the controversial decision to send off Nani.

Jose Mourinho – perhaps planting the seeds for a future job at Old Trafford – admitted that “the better team lost” and had nothing to praise Sir Alex Ferguson after the match.

“That’s why I’m sitting here. It was a huge occasion, Ryan Giggs’ 1,000th game and a worldwide audience. Like us, they must all be wondering what happened. A great opportunity is lost by one decision.

Ferguson announced his retirement a few weeks later and this proved to be his last European match. Mourinho left Madrid in anger at the end of the season after losing to Dortmund in the semi-finals. And returned to Chelsea before replacing Ferguson in the Old Trafford hot seat in 2016.

(2012) CSKA Moscow 1-1 Real Madrid:

Mourinho’s Madrid ended Barcelona’s dominance at the top of La Liga with an impressive 100-point domestic campaign.

They have been exceptional this year, so there was no cause for concern when Pontus Vernbloem scored a stoppage-time equalizer for CSKA in their round of 16 clash in the Russian capital.

Certainly Madrid made quick work of the Russian champions in the second leg, securing a comfortable and professional 4-1 victory at the Bernabéu.