Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane has made his 250th appearances as Real Madrid manager. Here, we will break down his current managerial record at the Spanish capital.
The 48-year-old has already managed Real Madrid’s first team on 250 occasions. Zizou, within his short span at Santiago Bernabeu, has already become arguably one of the best managers the Los Blancos has had in the recent era.
Below is Zidane’s record as the White’s boss as he celebrates his 250th managerial appearance for the club.
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- 165 wins
- 50 draws
- 35 defeats
- 3 Champions League trophies
- 2 La Liga titles
- 2 Spanish Super Cup trophies
- 2 FIFA Club World Cup trophies
- 2 UEFA Super Cup trophies
The Frenchman is currently second-placed in La Liga table with just three points behind league leaders Atletico Madrid, who has a game to play. Zinedine Zidane and his men have also advanced to the Champions League quarter-final stage for this season and will face off against English side Liverpool on Tuesday, April 6 in Spain.