Ancelotti will become the first manager to oversee a five-match Champions League final after a remarkable return to action against Real Madrid and Manchester City.
Ancelotti, who took over at Madrid at the end of last season, became the first manager to win all five of Europe's top five leagues on Saturday, winning their 35th La Liga title.
However, Riyad Marez, who beat Manchester City 1-0 in the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday, revealed that he would avoid Real Madrid to avoid him.
However, in the 91st second, Rodrygo added two goals in stoppage time and Benzema scored from the penalty spot, one of the most outrageous in the history of the competition.
In fact Madrid have taken charge of the last 16 games against Paris Saint-Germain and face Chelsea. Liverpool are taking the next step.
The match against Red in Paris will be the fifth Champions League final in the history of Ancelotti.
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2003 - Juventus 0-0 Milan (AET, 2-3 Penalty)
Ancelotti first arrived at Old Trafford 19 years ago when he brought in Italian giants Juventus from his Milan club to the UEFA Champions League final. The match ended in a goalless draw 120 minutes later. Andriy Shevchenko scored the winning goal.
2005 - Milan 3-3 Liverpool (AET, 2-3 Penalty)
Milan and Ancelotti reached the final two years later and had a remarkable night in Istanbul. Milan took the lead through Paolo Maldini and Hernan Crespo, but Liverpool bounced back in the second half, winning 3-2 on penalties. 'Hero.
2007 - Milan 2-1 Liverpool
The Rossoneri returned for revenge in 2007 and won in Athens. Filippo Inzaghi beat Milan 2-0 and Durk Kuyt's late efforts were not enough to provoke another.
2014 - Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid (AET)
It is possible that Ancelotti won his most famous Champions League trophy to date, when he led the club to La Decima in 2014 for the first time. Sergio Ramos was 1-0 up in the 93rd minute to beat Atletico Madrid. Gareth Bale Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo won away from home in overtime.