Ancelotti could only mark it in style after Jude Bellingham’s brace gave his team all three points and sent them to the top of the table.
The Italian is the third coach to reach this milestone in Real Madrid’s history and he has garnered a brilliant record.
In 250 games, Ancelotti has gotten 180 wins, 32 draws, and 38 losses and this is only his fifth season in charge of Real Madrid.
The only coaches that have had more games than him are Miguel Muñoz (605) and Zidane (263).
Carlos has won 10 titles on the Madrid bench: 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 1 Liga, 2 Copas del Rey and 1 Spanish Super Cup.
The Italian games in charge of our team are divided between La Liga (163), Champions League (53), Copa del Rey (22), Spanish Super Cup (6), Club World Cup (4), and European Super Cup (2). The team he has faced the most times is Atlético Madrid, on 19 occasions.