A gift from Barcelona.. Ancelotti becomes the second most successful Real Madrid coach in history

Carlo Ancelotti led Real Madrid to win the Spanish Super Cup after defeating Barcelona 4-1, thus entering the history of the Royal Club from its widest gates.

This was the 11th championship that Ancelotti won with Real Madrid over two terms, with 5 in the first term (2013-2015) and 6 in the second term extending from 2021 until now.

Thus, Carlo Ancelotti became the second most successful coach in the history of Real Madrid, after equaling Zinedine Zidane’s championship record of 11 championships.

But Ancelotti still has an advantage that makes him superior to Zidane in coaching Real Madrid, which is that he has succeeded in achieving all the tournaments in which he participated, while Zizou has only failed to win the Spanish King’s Cup.

Ancelotti won the Spanish League once, the King’s Cup twice, the Champions League twice, the Spanish Super Cup twice, the European Super Cup twice and the Club World Cup twice.

Miguel Muñoz remains the most successful coach in the history of the Royal Club, having achieved 14 championships over 15 years during which he coached the Merengues in the 1950s.

Ancelotti can equal Muñoz’s record if he succeeds in achieving the historic treble this season, even if it seems difficult.

But in general, the opportunity is good for the Italian, given that his contract is still extended at the Santiago Bernabeu until the summer of 2026.

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