With Pep Guardiola lifting his 28th trophy as a manager on Sunday, only three coaches in European history have won more – here are the most successful coaches in European football history!
Click through the gallery above to see the 10 coaches with the most silverware in Europe football history.
As a consequence, City defended their Community Shield title, and claimed their fifth trophy in 2019.
Overall, Guardiola has now won three more titles than longstanding rival Jove Mourinho after equalling Ottmar Hitzfeld's tally of 28 trophies.
Only Valeriy Lobanovskyi with 30 trophies, Mircea Lucescu, with 32, and legendary Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who won an unprecedented 49 titles in his career, have added more pieces of silverware to their trophy collections than Guardiola.
The Spanish tactician currently holds all available domestic titles in England, and has now won seven trophies since stepping into the City hot seat in 2016: two Premier League titles, two Community Shields, two Carabao Cups and one FA Cup.
In addition, he also won seven titles with Bayern Munich in Germany, and 14 with FC Barcelona in Spain.
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