Real Madrid Faces Manchester City’s Infinite Millions: The Long-Awaited Fifteenth

And the day has finally arrived when Real Madrid will face Manchester City after weeks of anticipation, in a Santiago Bernabéu eagerly awaiting its first major European night since the stadium renovations. The atmosphere feels like a final in Concha Espina.

It has become a European classic over the past few years, and all indications suggest that this encounter will be no different. Real Madrid welcomes Manchester City’s infinite millions to a Santiago Bernabéu awaiting an authentic early final of the Champions League. The Whites have almost everything defined, with just one question mark lingering over Carlo Ancelotti’s lineup.

For the third consecutive year, Ancelotti’s men will have to face a Manchester City side still bolstered by significant signings, arriving at the Bernabéu this time as the reigning Champions League holders. Last year’s defeat still looms large in the white coliseum, which hopes to seek redemption amidst a sea of fans, some of whom have been asked to dress the stadium in white, knowing that much of their chances rely on winning today.

This is especially pertinent considering the absence of players like Walker or Aké. Footballers like Vinicius, who always boast impressive stats against Premier League teams, have a crucial mission in securing an advantage to take to a Manchester stadium where Real Madrid has never emerged victorious after 90 minutes, and where arriving without a lead on the scoreboard is far from ideal.

Early Final Tchouaméni or Nacho. This is the only uncertainty currently plaguing Carlo Ancelotti’s mind when considering the starting lineup, which is almost ingrained in memory, relying on the backbone that has brought the team to this point in the season. Real Madrid has only succumbed to Atlético so far this season, and in order to reach the Wembley final, today must not be an exception.

The danger, of course, is imminent, especially with up to four potential starters for Carlo Ancelotti being one yellow card away from suspension, keeping in mind the return leg. Bellingham, Vinicius, Tchouaméni, and Camavinga will play a separate game, considering next week’s clash in a Manchester city where Ancelotti’s men are in for a tough time.

TECHNICAL DETAILS Real Madrid: Lunin; Carvajal, Tchouaméni, Rüdiger, Mendy; Valverde, Kroos, Camavinga, Bellingham; Vinícius, and Rodrygo.

Manchester City: Ederson; Akanji, Rúben Dias, Stones, Gvardiol/Sergi Gómez; Rodri, De Bruyne; Bernardo Silva, Foden, Grealish; and Haaland.

Referee: François Letexier.

VAR: Jérôme Brisard.

Time: 9:00 PM (Movistar LaLiga and DC Radio)

Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu.

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