Carlo Ancelotti makes history as first manager to ever win a
เวลาปล่อย:2023-01-15 22:13

REAL Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has made history by becoming the first ever manager to win each of Europes top five leagues.

Following on fromReal Madrids 4-0 demolition of Espanyolearlier today, Los Blancos secured their 35th La Liga title.

Carlo Ancelotti on the brink of winning La Liga today to complete the full set of titles in each of big five leagues across Europe. An amazing managerial record...

Ancelotti, who has managed Premier League sides Chelsea and Everton, completed a clean sweep of all the top five leagues by winning La Liga this season.

The 62-year-old started off his quest by winning Serie A with AC Milan in 2004.

He then added the Premier League withChelseain 2010, the Ligue 1 title with Paris Saint-Germain in 2013 and the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich in 2017.

Madridare also still in the hunt for a double this season, with a spot in the Champions League final on the line if they can overcomeManchester Cityin the second leg on Wednesday.

Carlo Ancelotti is now the first ever manager to win titles in Europes top five leagues - LaLiga, Ligue 1, EPL, Serie A and Bundesliga.

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City managed to carve out a one-goal advantage over Ancelottis side thanks to a thrilling 4-3 victory.

Ancelotti has already won the Champions League with Madrid, kickstarting an unprecedented period of dominance with four in the space of five years.

In total the Italian has now won an incredible21 trophiesas well as twice winning the worlds best coach award in 2006 and in the 2013/14 season.

Most prominently for fans of the Premier League, Ancelotti won the double when he was manager of Chelsea in the 2009/10 season, pipping Sir Alex Fergusons Manchester United by a single point.

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Ancelotti is expected to remain at Madrid until 2024, and should he carry on deliverinng trophies he is likely to be able to see out his full contract.

However, Barcelona are once again on an upward trajectory, so are likely to bounce back next season and challenge once again.

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