Zidane equals Del Bosque as Madrid’s second coach with the most games

Zinedine Zidane directed in the Metropolitan Wanda his 246th game as Real Madrid coach and equals the record of Vicente del Bosque as second coach in white history with the most encounters. The record is held by Miguel Muñoz, who coached the Madrid team in 605 matches in two stages, in 1959 and between 1960 and 1974.

The French coach has directed the Real Madrid in 171 league games, 48 ​​of Champions League, 16 of Copa del Rey, 5 in the Spanish Super Cup, 4 in the Club World Cup and 2 in the Spanish Super Cup.

Zinedine Zidane distributes his 246 games in charge of Real Madrid in 161 wins, 50 draws and 35 defeats and has won 11 titles, 4 more than he achieved Vicente del Bosque.