Spanish giants Real Madrid achieved a memorable accomplishment in the wake of becoming the first team to win the Champions League twice in succession, but despite everything, they have a serious record to break.
The Los Blancos still have a feat to achieve: to score a goal against Premier League Arsenal. The Gunners are the only European team the Spanish Champions have failed to score against in the Europe elite competition.
Or maybe shockingly, they have only confronted each other twice (last-sixteen round of the 2005/06 Champions League), Real Madrid did not manage to beat Arsenal’s goal line in the first leg and second leg.
After that crucial tie, the teams have not run into each other in the Champions League, leaving Real Madrid with that record to beat.
Just a single member of Los Blancos present squad was available when the Spaniards were thumped out of the competition by Wenger’s men: Sergio Ramos. Zidane, who was all the while playing in those days, will likewise need to correct requital on a debilitated Arsenal side, however, it won’t happen this season or next unless Arsenal wins the Europa Cup, and the Current champions defend the Continental title.