This Sunday, at La Rosaleda, Zinedine Zidane achieved his 100th victory since taking charge at Real Madrid.
It’s a run that puts him among the best coaches at the club and, in addition, with the best percentage of victories: 72 percent across all competitions.
Most of Zizou’s wins have come in LaLiga, where he has triumphed in 66 games out of 99, with 15 draws and nine losses.
He has 20 wins in 30 games, with six draws and four losses in the Champions League, plus six wins, four draws and two defeats in the Copa del Rey, where his win percentage slides to 50 percent.
Four out of four have been won in the Club World Cup (two titles), two out of two in the European Supercup (two titles), and the same in the Spanish Super Cup (one title).
Only Jose Mourinho comes close to Zidane’s records.
He won 71.9 percent of his matches, which places him as the second most effective in the history of Madrid.
Behind the Portuguese are legendary coaches like Miguel Munoz, the longest serving in the history of the club, with a 59.1 percent win percentage (356 in 602 games).
Vicente del Bosque is also close, with 54.5 percent of wins.
Leo Beenhakker, on the other hand, raised the bar to 61.9 percent, thanks to his remarkable management in the times of the Quinta del Buitre.
Another legend, Luis Molowny, had 56 percent success in his 193 games as the team’s coach.
Fate wanted Zizou’s milestone to arrive at La Rosaleda, the same stadium where, a little less than a year ago, he managed to proclaim himself a League champion.