ORonly three coaches in history RealMadrid won over 70 percent of his matches with the team.
The two of them will meet in La Liga on Saturday afternoon. Carlo Anchelotti hopes to get closer to a stunning record Manuel Pellegriniwho won 75 percent of his games while in charge of Los Blancos.
The current incumbent of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is currently on the verge of a 74 per cent win rate, with the added bonus, in this decider, of the eight titles he has won with the Madrid club, second only to Miguel Munoz as well as Zinedine Zidane.
Any such accolades eluded Pellegrini during his only season as manager until the 2009/10 season.
This team’s performance Cristiano Ronaldo as well as Karim Benzemaamong other things, was outstanding in La Liga with a remarkable record of 96 points, however, this was not enough to overcome Barcelona Guardiola and Messiscored 99 points.
In addition, they were knocked out of the Copa del Rey at the first hurdle, and in the Champions League the team lost in the first round against Lyon.
The work of the current Real Betis coach laid the foundation Jose Mourinhowho was able to score a record 100 points to win La Liga in the 2011-12 season, broke the barrier of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League and was able to withstand the almighty Barcelona at that time.
A win rate of 71.9 percent and three titles were the best examples of the work of the Portuguese, which in turn paved the way Ancelotti.
Under the Italian RealMadrid took a decisive step forward by winning the Decima and Copa del Rey in 2014, but left after a year.
On his return, things have gone very well for the Italian, he has already won five titles in just one year. Including the stylishly celebrated double of La Liga and the Champions League.