Carlo Ancelotti has started his second spell as Real Madrid’s head coach in style, as the team has registered six wins and one game in 7 games in all competitions.
The Italian coach compared his good start to the season to Real Madrid, holding 6 wins and a draw in his first season as Real Madrid manager.
His unbeaten record in 2013/14 ended in a 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in LaLiga. So, if Ancelotti leads Real Madrid to victory over Villarreal on Saturday, he will record his best start to the season with Los Blancos.
Leading the LaLiga and Group D table in the UEFA Champions League, Real Madrid have a record 86% win this season.
In 2013/14, when Real Madrid won both the UEFA Champions League and the Copa del Rey, Ancelotti’s team won 46 wins, 8 draws, and 6 defeats in 60 games, with the Italian coach registering 77 percent.
Meanwhile, in his 2nd season as Real Madrid coach in the 2014/15 season, Ancelotti’s team won 43 games, drew 6, and lost 10 to register a winning percentage of 73 percent.
Carlo Ancelotti has won 4 trophies as Real Madrid coach, UEFA Champions League trophy, Copa del Rey, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup.