Galatasaray will get a chance to avenge their Champions League loss in last year’s quarterfinal to Real Madrid when the two meet in a Champions League group game on Tuesday.
Last year, Galatasaray beat Real Madrid in Turkey in the second leg of their battle, 3-2. However, Madrid took the aggregate 5-3.
This Real Madrid will look quite a bit different. For starters, Jose Mourinho has moved on to Chelsea and has been replaced at the helm by Carlo Ancelotti.
Ancelotti had a productive summer with Real Madrid, and Isco, Asier Illarramendi and Gareth Bale have all since come to call Madrid home.
Of course, it is the arrival of Bale that has soccer fans everywhere buzzing, and he is set to make his second Real appearance in this match: via | Bleacher Report