Semi-finalists go head to head

UEFA.com looks in the record books to see how the semi-finalists' previous meetings played out, and finds history is on the side of Real Madrid and Juventus.

Real Madrid's Pepe (left) and Saúl Ñíguez of Atlético in the 2015 quarter-final
Real Madrid's Pepe (left) and Saúl Ñíguez of Atlético in the 2015 quarter-final ©AFP/Getty Images

Ahead of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, UEFA.com dips into the history books to see how each of the remaining teams have fared against their last-four opponents – and finds that Real Madrid have enjoyed the upper hand against Atlético, including victories in two of the last three finals, while Juventus have twice knocked Monaco out of the competition.

Atlético's David Villa (left) and Luka Modrić of Real Madrid in the 2014 final
Atlético's David Villa (left) and Luka Modrić of Real Madrid in the 2014 final©Getty Images

Real Madrid v Atlético
7 games
1 Atlético win
2 draws  
4 Real Madrid wins
10 Real Madrid goals
5 Atlético goals

1958/59 European Champion Clubs' Cup semi-finals
Real Madrid won 2-1 (replay)
Real Madrid 2-1 Atlético
Atlético 1-0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2-1 Atlético (replay, Zaragoza)

2013/14 UEFA Champions League final, Lisbon
Real Madrid 4-1 Atlético (aet)

2014/15 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals
Real Madrid won 1-0 on aggregate
Atlético 0-0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 1-0 Atlético

2015/16 UEFA Champions League final, Milan
Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético (aet, 5-3 penalties)

Arturo Vidal after scoring the only goal of the Juventus-Monaco tie in 2015
Arturo Vidal after scoring the only goal of the Juventus-Monaco tie in 2015©AFP/Getty Images

Monaco v Juventus
4 games
1 Monaco win
1 draw
2 Juventus wins
4 Monaco goals
7 Juventus goals

1997/98 UEFA Champions League semi-finals
Juventus won 6-4 on aggregate
Juventus 4-1 Monaco
Monaco 3-2 Juventus

2014/15 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals
Juventus won 1-0 on aggregate
Juventus 1-0 Monaco
Monaco 0-0 Juventus