Zinedine Zidane marked his 250th game in charge of Real Madrid with a 2-0 victory over Eibar on Saturday afternoon.
The French coach was congratulated by Los Blancos president Florentino Perez after the match, with the 74-year-old handing Zidane a shirt commemorating the occasion. Curiously, the Eibar win was Florentino‘s 1000th match as Real Madrid president.
“We know where we’ve come from and now it’s time to enjoy it,” said Zidane when asked about Real Madrid‘s 11-match unbeaten run.
His 250 matches, split across two spells, have been laden with success, having lifted three Champions League trophies in a row, two Club World Cups, two European Super Cups, two LaLiga Santander titles and two Supercopas de Espana.
Zidane has won 165 of his 250 games in charge, while he is only behind Miguel Munoz (605) with regard to matches coached as Real Madrid boss.