Bayern Munich v Eintracht Frankfurt - German Bundesliga - Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany - 11/03/17 - Bayern Munich's coach Carlo Ancelotti reacts before the match. (REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay)
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Bayern Munich's Carlo Ancelotti and Xabi Alonso are relishing facing their former club Real Madrid when two of the favorites for the Champions League title clash in the quarter-finals.There will be a master verses pupil clash when Bayern take on Real.Real's current coach Zinedine Zidane was Ancelotti's assistant when Madrid lifted the European title three years ago by beating Atletico Madrid 4-1 after extra-time in the final.Bayern are on a Champions League record run of 17 consecutive home wins, but have a score to settle with Real.- 2014 thrashing -- They were the last team to win a European match in Munich when Pep Guardiola's Bayern was thrashed 4-0 in the 2014 semi-finals -- with Ancelotti in charge of Real -- as Sergio Ramos and Ronaldo scored twice. Rummenigge says the fact that no team has ever defended the Champions League title plays into Bayern's hands.
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