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He won 12 league titles, another all-time record.

NEWS STORY. 18/01/2022

Gento has won the most titles in this competition.

Gento made his Real Madrid debut against Osasuna in the league on 13 September 1953 in a 2-0 win. With the Cantabrian in the team, our club soon became the most successful both inside and outside Spain. Gento won the league championship 12 times between 1953 and 1971 and has won it the most times in the history of the competition. 
1953/54: Along with Di Stéfano, he won the league in his first season.
Gento's first season in the competition was his first league title. The Cantabrian footballer made history in a squad that also included another Real Madrid legend: Alfredo Di Stéfano. Real Madrid won the league again after 21 years.

1954/55: Second consecutive title and first goal
Real Madrid defended the league title and Gento netted his first official goal as a madridista in the game against Málaga at the Santiago Bernabéu. They also won the Latin Cup that season.

1956/57: League, European Cup and Latin Cup treble
Gento again played a key role in a historic season, the first time that the league and the European Cup were won in the same campaign. Kopa rounded off a star-studded squad that also won the Latin Cup.

1957/58: Fourth league and third European Cup
Real Madrid won the league for the second season in a row with Gento scoring 7 goals in 28 games. The importance of his role that season was also seen in the European Cup, where he scored the winning goal in extra time in the final of the third European Cup against Milan.

1960/61: The league and the first Intercontinental Cup
Another double in a season that began with the Intercontinental Cup win against Peñarol. Gento bagged 9 goals as Real Madrid's league dominance in the 1960s began.

1961/62: League and Spanish Cup double
The title went down to the final rounds of the season, with Madrid overcoming Barcelona. Gento's sixth league came with his first Spanish Cup after beating Sevilla in the final.

1962/63: Dominance in the league as Amancio joined the attacking line-up
The third consecutive league (and Gento's seventh) was won with an attack of Puskas, Di Stéfano and Amancio, who had just joined from Deportivo. Real Madrid won convincingly with Atlético runners-up as victory in the derby at the Bernabéu gave sealed the title.

1963/64: An outstanding goal scorer
Gento scored 12 times, his second best scoring record in the league after the 15 in the 1959/60 campaign. The Cantabrian was the second top goalscorer after Puskas (21 goals). It was also the final season of his legendary partnership with Di Stéfano.
1964/65: Fifth consecutive league title

Real Madrid, led by Miguel Muñoz, further extended their impressive run by winning the league for the fifth consecutive season. Gento's experience provided a reference point in a team in which Grosso scored 17 goals.

1966/67: European champions and another Spanish title
After making history by winning the European Cup for the sixth time, Real Madrid took back their league title a season later. Gento was Real Madrid's top scorer with 11 goals.
1967/68: close run championship
Real Madrid won the title again in a very close run campaign with Barcelona and Las Palmas. The champions were decided mathematically at the Bernabéu in a match against the team from the Canary Islands on the penultimate matchday. Gento scored 8 goals in 24 games that season.
1968/69: His last league title
Fifteen years after making his Real Madrid debut, Gento won his 12th and last league title. He finished as the team's second top scorer (8 goals) behind Amancio (14) in a season in which Real Madrid only lost one game. Gento continued to add to his legendary status at the club for two more seasons.

Video.Gento, the only player in history to have won 6 European Cups