Carlo Ancelotti ended last season as the manager with the most wins in the 21st century (618.) With 2022-23 well underway, he has won 634 games, and he leads the way ahead of greats like Arsene Wenger (603), Jose Mourinho (584), Pep Guardiola (578) and Alex Ferguson (491).
Last season Ancelotti went down in Real Madrid’s history for winning La Liga and the Champions League, becoming the first manager to win all five major European leagues (Spain, France, England, Italy and Germany). By doing so, he overtook Bob Paisley and Zinedine Zidane (both three European Cups) as the manager with the most Champions League titles (four).
As per a report produced by AS, Ancelotti will finish the season as the fourth on the all-time list for most games in charge of Real Madrid.
In four games he will reach the 200 mark and has a remarkable record of 44 wins (73.5% win rate). The 200 games is a milestone that has only been beaten by three former Madrid coaches: Miguel Muñoz (605 games), Zidane (263) and Vicente del Bosque (246).