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Zidane: Eight titles in less than two years

NEWS | 18/12/2017 | Javier García

The French coach has already won 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 1 league and 1 Spanish Super Cup.
Zinedine Zidane continues to make history as Real Madrid coach. It’s not yet been two years since he took over the team (4 January 2016), and in that time the Frenchman has already won 8 titles with the Whites. With him in charge, Real Madrid has reaffirmed their footballing dominance, having won the last two Champions Leagues, the Club World Cups and the European Super Cups, as well as LaLiga and the Spanish Super Cup.
Zidane began this amazing title-winning run as coach in style. It was just less than five months in to his tenure on the bench when Real Madrid won la Undécima in Milan. Last season began with the European Super Cup victory against Sevilla and continued with the Club World Cup in Japan. The award for their consistency throughout the campaign came with the 33rd league title.
La Duodécima
The climax took place in Cardiff where the team won la Duodécima, achieving something that had never be done before: winning two consecutive Champions Leagues. With Zidane in charge, the Whites have shown that they never tire of winning. The spectacular start to this season has confirmed that: victories against Manchester United in the European Super Cup and against Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup. And the eighth title came in Abu Dhabi, where the Whites were again crowned world champions to end an historic 2017.