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Carlo Ancelotti wins his second League with Real Madrid

The Italian coach and the white team are proclaimed champions with four match days left in the championship.

Carlo Ancelotti has done it again. The Italian coach has made Real Madrid league champions with four matchdays left to go. The win against Cádiz (3-0) at the Bernabéu and Barças defeat in Montilivi against Girona mathematically gave the title to Los Blancos, which wins its 36th title. 

Ancelotti, in this way, adds his second League title with Real Madrid and the sixth in his entire career as a coach. Of course, this title has a special flavour since it is the first time that he has repeated the league title with the same team and, in addition, he is now the second coach with the most trophies in the history of Real Madrid. Surpassed Zidane (11), Ancelotti places himself with his 12 titles just two behind the legendary Miguel Muñoz. 

All in a season marked by long-term injuries to Eder Militao, David Alaba and Thibaut Courtois, which have demanded the best of every squad member. An effort that Ancelotti has known how to lead with tactical-technical decisions that have brought out the best of players like Bellingham, decisive with his 18 goals in winning La Liga. A brilliant direction from the Italian coach who has led Madrid to go 28 consecutive days unbeaten and who is two away from fulfilling or surpassing – there are still four games left – the whites’ best unbeaten streak, which was 30 games between May 1988 and April 1989. 

Ancelotti expresses his gratitude for this new title as coach of Real Madrid: “Today I only have words of appreciation for my players, my staff, our fans and all the people who make this wonderful club from the president to the last employee. It has not been an easy road, but in a particularly complicated season Real Madrid has once again shown why it is the best team in the world. Thank you all for your commitment and quality. It has been spectacular!!! 

I can only thank the Madrid fans for their unconditional support and love. I just want you to celebrate this important title as it deserves. This is for you. HALA MADRID!!!!” 

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