Won: 8. Drawn: 1. Lost 0.
A record Real Madrid would be proud of. A record any team would be proud of. A record not held by Los Blancos, but held by Bayern Munich in their home head-to-heads between the two European giants going into the Champions League semi-final first leg at the Allianz Arena.
People, Mourinho included, say not to look too much into past records. I tend not to. Circumstances change and squads change. The Champions League duel will probably be like no other between the clubs in recent times. Still, that's one hell of a record to have against Real Madrid. Although Barcelona currently have the bragging rights over Madrid in head-to-head meetings of late, and Lyon edged a recent European duel, few have ever held such a dominance over the club that's won Europe's most prestigious trophy more times than any other.
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It's quite a record, and it shows just what Madrid will be up against in Bavaria. It's a match well worthy of a Champions League semi-final, it's mouthwatering.
Madrid's record on German soil is actually shocking. That's right. Madrid, the club searching for its tenth European Cup this season have won only one match in Germany in their past 22 visits, losing fifteen and drawing the other six. Again, quite a record and one that shows how difficult life has been for Los Blancos in Germany.
That's a Madrid side without Jose Mourinho leading it. The man who's achieved European glory in two countries, one with the relative 'minnows' of Porto. The man who actually defeated Bayern in the 2010 final, at the Bernabeu, whilst in charge of Inter. The man who turned Madrid from a team who just couldn't reach the 'business end' of the competition over the past decade, despite their rich history, to one who've reached the last-four for consecutive years, only losing out to eventual winners and many people's 'greatest team in the world' Barcelona last season.
Mourinho's last meeting with Bayern could be crucial. Players have changed, but many at the Bundesliga club remain the same as the one his Inter side defeated almost two years ago. Lahm, Badstuber, Robben, Schweinsteiger, Muller and Olic, players who all featured in that final, are likely to start tomorrow night and Mourinho will know all about that. Only this time Ribery, Neuer and Gomez, amongst others, will improve the Germans. It's a game, quite clearly, Madrid can't take lightly.
The attacking players on show will be mouthwatering. It's easy to say that goals look like they could be the order of the day. A game with Ronaldo, Ozil, Higuain, Benzema, Gomez, Robben, Ribery all involved - chances will be created, goals *should* be scored. An attacking, entertaining semi-final contest? We can but hope. Of course, I'd hate to curse it that way! But Bayern also have a superb defensive record. Just 20 league goals conceded this season - amongst the best in Europe. If anyone's going to break through it, record-breaking Real are the team surely to do it.
Munich don't come into the game in the best of form. Despite being one of the sides always tipped to do well in the competition (although they had to qualify to book their place in the group stages), their league form has dipped in the last two games. I say dipped, they lost a close game with leaders Dortmund 1-0 last week, a game that all-but sealed a second consecutive title for Borussia. They then rested numerous key players for the weekend game with Mainz, that finished 0-0. Not the best preparation for Tuesday night's game.
Arjen Robben will certainly have a point to prove. Not only will he want to impress against a former club, but he also missed a crucial late penalty against Dortmund that all-but blew the title for Munich. The former Chelsea man said he was 'embarrassed' by his spot-kick miss. It'll no doubt have eaten away at him over the last week and he'll be desperate to put that right with a match-winning performance in front of his own fans.
Robben will be a danger-man anyway. Madrid's weak point this season has undoubtedly been their full-backs. Fitting square pegs in round holes springs to mind. Marcelo? Exciting going forward, often a horror-show defensively. Lass? A midfielder playing at full-back, and it can clearly be seen. Arbeloa? Prone to errors, as evident against Sporting at the weekend. Los Blancos have got away with having a very dubious set of full-backs this season. Their team and attacking play has been simply phenomenal, hiding some of their defensive difficulties. Barca often attack down the middle, so the weaknesses at full-back don't come straight to light.
With Robben and Ribery the Madrid defence will be facing one of the best, if not the best, wide attacks in Europe. A scary thought, and a dilemma who to play against them both. Marcelo for pace? Coentrao to man-mark? Diarra is injured so Arbeloa will be the likely choice at right-back. For me, Coentrao would be the best bet on the left. Either way, it's not ideal and it's something that needs addressing come the end of the campaign.
It's clearly the start of a massive week for Los Blancos. I don't want to be drawn on El Clasico just yet. Tuesday's match is huge, arguably bigger than Saturday's. Madrid dream of the Champions League after years without it - after years watching Barca win it. Defeat at Barcelona on Saturday, although extremely disappointing, would still leave La Liga in Madrid's hands. Defeat in Munich would put the tie very much in Bayern's hands. Sure, there's a second chance, but Los Blancos won't want to rely on second chances against a side of the quality, both in defence and attack, of Munich. Get the job done at the Allianz Arena and then focus on the Camp Nou. What better way to travel to Catalonia than on the back of a huge Champions League triumph.
The clash with Munich is a real 'European Clasico' of its own. A real 'clash of the titans'. I can't wait.
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