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Both Messi and Ronaldo have an unshakeable position in the UEFA Champions League “Guinness Book of Records”.
Surely, the list of Records sets by Messi and Ronaldo is as long as Peter Crouch. As your Champions League Dictionary, we will focus specifically on their latest Champions League achievements and nailed Records.
In this article, we will see few but very Important records set in the UEFA Champions League by Clubs and by great Soccer Players.
StandOut Champions League Records Set By Clubs
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A good number of Football Clubs have won either the European Cup or the Champions League unbeaten, only four clubs have done this twice: Liverpool, Ac Milan, Ajax, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Nottingham Forest, RedStar Belgrade, Fc Barcelona and Marseille
The team to have won the Champions League with the fewest games won is Manchester United (1998–99 ), with five wins.
Atletico Madrid, Reims and Valencia have reached the Champions League Finals more than once without lifting the trophy.
Chelsea became the first club to hold the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League trophies simultaneously by winning 2011–12 UEFA Champions League and 2012–13 UEFA Europa League
Biggest trashing in Champions League History is when Dinamo București trumped Crusaders 11–0 in 1973–74 season.
Most goals in a match
Feyenoord beat KR Reykjavík 12–2 in the first round in 1969–70
The first (and only) replayed final was in 1974 , with Bayern Munich beating Atlético Madrid 4–0 after 1–1 in the first meeting.
11 finals have been decided by a penalty shootout. Liverpool is the only team to have won more than once.
Arsenal goalkeepers Jens Lehmann and Manuel Almunia racked up ten consecutive clean sheets on their way to Arsenal’s first-ever Champions League Finals in 2006.
Arsenal hold the record for the most consecutive clean sheets with ten in 2005–06 .
Arsenal are believed to be the first club in Champions League history to have fielded 11 players of different nationality at the same time, in their 2–1 win away to Hamburg on 13 September 2006
Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid are the only two teams from the same city, that have met in the UCL Finals, and they have met twice, with Los Blancos emerging winners of the day.
AEK Athens in 2002–03 drew all six of their games in the Champions League group stage:
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