Ancelotti surpasses Ancelotti. With the conquest of the Club World Cup, the coach has already won more titles with Real Madrid in the second stage (5) than in the first (4).
The Italian won a Champions League, a Copa del Rey, a European Super Cup and a club World Cup from 2013 to 2015, in his first two years on the white bench. Now, after his return to the Bernabu in 2021, he has already raised a Champions League, a League, a Spanish Super Cup, a European Super Cup and a club World Cup.
Nine titles with which he becomes the third most awarded Madrid coach in historysecond only to Zidane (11) and by Miguel Muoz (14). A ranking that could undergo some change at the end of the season because Ancelotti is in the race to equal and even surpass Zizou with the three titles that are still at stake: League, Cup and Champions.
Ancelotti’s second stage At the head of Real Madrid he is being triumphant. Without him the first won four of the nine titles it disputed (44%), in the second it has won five of the seven disputed (71%). He has only let last year’s Cup and the last Spanish Super Cup escape so far.. Furthermore, after the final of the Club World Cup he has already directed 90 games for Madrid in his second stage, with a balance of 63 wins, 13 draws and 14 losses. 70% victories, for 75% which he signed in his first stage after 119 games.
The title won has another special point for Ancelotti: Real Madrid is already the team with which he has won the most titles (9) in his career as a coachsurpassing the eight he won with the Milan (two Champions Leagues, two European Super Cups, a club World Cup, a League, a Cup and an Italian Super Cup). His record on the bench is completed with the three titles he won with Chelsea and Bayernand one more with him PSG.