Realmadrid set another record in UEFA Champions league


The European football governing body popularly known as UEFA has reacted after Spanish Laliga Santander Champions Real Madrid become the first team in history to set new record in the UEFA Champions League, following their 1-0 victory over Atalanta football club of Italy on Wednesday night, in the first leg of the round of 16 of the competition.
Zinedine Zidane’s men who have been battling with a lot of injuries many weeks back were able to impress against the Italian serie A giants, as they won by a lone goal, thanks to an injury time goal from French star Ferland Mendy.
Real Madrid continue their impressive run of form despite being struggling with injuries, as they won their last 5 matches in all competitions, and the victory over Atalanta has now given them an advantage ahead of the return leg in March.
With Real Madrid’s 1-0 victory it means Real Madrid have become the first team to reach 100 UEFA Champions League knockout matches.
Reacting after Real Madrid set new record in the competition, UEFA posted on their verified Twitter handle that;
“? Real Madrid become 1st team to reach 100 UEFA Champions League knockout games.