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Real Madrid - Manchester City

The road to Milan

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NEWS | 18/05/2016 | Javier García

Real Madrid are the side to have recorded the most wins (9 from 12), whilst also boasting the best goal difference (+22).
Real Madrid go into the Milan final on the back of a brilliant Champions League campaign. The Whites head into the final after having finished top of Group A, before seeing off Roma, Wolfsburg and Manchester City in the knock-out stages. The record reads nine wins, two draws and one defeat, 27 goals for and five against. Indeed, no other team won more games and can boast a better goal difference than Real Madrid. The team's defensive solidity is particularly noteworthy, with the side recording clean sheets in 10 of their 12 games. 

PSG, Malmö and Shakhtar were the first hurdles to overcome in the group stages, and the madridistas produced a near-perfect group phase in which they registered five wins and one draw. The biggest victory came in the 8-0 triumph over Malmö, who were also beaten in the away game (2-0). The Whites won both of their games against Shakhtar (4-0 at home and 4-3 away), whilst against PSG they ran out 1-0 winners at home and claimed a 0-0 draw in Paris.

Roma, Wolfsburg and Manchester City
Real Madrid have already won once in Italy in this season's Champions League, after the Whites prevailed in their round-of-16 clash against Roma. Zinedine Zidane's men put in a solid performance over the two legs, offering their opponents no chance by winning 2-0 in Rome and 2-0 back at the Bernabéu. The only slip-up came in the quarter-finals, when Wolfsburg won 2-0, but the team recovered from this to deliver a 3-0 victory on a memorable night at the Bernabéu. Real Madrid's latest opponents were Manchester City in the semi-finals, as Zinedine Zidane's charges sealed a final berth with a 1-0 win on home soil after the first leg had ended goalless.
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