Carlo Ancelotti made history after beating Real Sociedad

It was a good Real Madrid performance against Real Sociedad on Sunday, as the Los Blancos came from behind to win the tie 2-1.

In so doing, Carlo Ancelotti has made history, as the Italian has become the coach with the second-highest number of wins in the club’s history with 173 victories.

Ancelotti has now overtaken Zinedine Zidane as the coach with the second-most wins at Real Madrid. They were tied at 172 wins before the international break.

Ancelotti’s victories are spread, thus: La Liga (112), Champions League (36), Copa del Rey (17), Club World Cup (4), European Super Cup (2) and Spanish Super Cup (2).

Ancelotti has also guided Real Madrid to 10 major titles across his two spells at the club — 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 2 King’s Cups, 1 League and 1 Spanish Super Cup.

Ancelotti is now second only to Miguel Muñoz, who has 357.

With Ancelotti to leave the club at the end of the season, he’d not be able to break the record set by Miguel Muñoz.