Zidane becomes the fourth most successful coach in Real Madrid's history
After his latest triumph at the Phillip II stadium in Skopje, Zinedine Zidane is making history as coach of Real Madrid following his illustrious playing career with the club.
In less than two years, the Frenchman has already written his name in the team's glorious record-books following the capture of six titles, which makes him the fourth best in Los Blancos history.
With two Champions League titles, two European Super Cups, one LaLiga and a Club World Cup, he is just one achievement away from Vicente del Bosque who has seven trophies.
Furthermore, the 45-year-old is only two away from Luis Molowny's accomplishments and a little further away from Miguel Munoz who boasts an impressive 14, yet Zidane's journey at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is just beginning.
– In that time, the former Los Blancos star has won six trophies in 19 months
– The Frenchman led Madrid to their first League and Cup double in 57 years
Zinedane Zidane the manager of Real Madrid is already outperforming Zidane the footballer with his amazing record of 6 trophies with Los Blancos in 19 months.
Back in 2016, he said: “Winning everything,” when asked about what would make Real Madrid successful.
He had just taken over from Rafa Benitez who was sacked as results were poor and players in disagreement with the Spaniard.
Real Madrid manager Zidane. Photo: Sky Sports
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Following his appointment Zidane has won two European Cups, the European Super Cup, the Club World Cup and the league title – Madrid’s first in five years all in less an two full seasons.
His first trophy was the 2016 Champions League won following a penalty win over city rivals Atletico Madrid