Real Madrid: 5 records in one UCL Final

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There is more at stake for Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final against Atletico Madrid, than simply being crowned kings of Europe.
There are 6 records on the line for Los Blancos and at least one of them will be broken, whichever way it goes at Milan's San Siro stadium.
Real Madrid are the most decorated club in the history of European football, having won the Champions League more than any other team. Yet they are still breaking records and they will carry on doing so on Saturday night.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid's star man, could break his own record of most goals scored in the Champions League in a single season, he is currently on 16 and needs two more for the record, which is plausible for the Portuguese, who seems to get a hat-trick every other game.
Not only have Real Madrid never lost in a final, but they have never lost a game that has been officiated by referee Mark Clattenburg. If their great Madrid rivals have their way, these are two records that could be broken by the end of the match.
Real are one game away from beating Arsenal's UCL clean sheet record, which has them currently tied with the gunners on 10.
The most important record that Real are hoping to break is that of 11 European titles, more than any other club, which would certify that they always have been and still are Europe's top club.