Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has continued his 100% record in finals as he claimed his 10th trophy as a manager on Sunday, which saw him climb among the most successful coaches in Spanish football history.
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The Frenchman guided Real to their 11th Spanish Super Cup title following a 4-1 win on penalties over crosstown rivals Atletico Madrid on the weekend.
The encounter was Zidane's ninth final and he has won all of them, while he has now lifted 10 pieces of silverware since first taking charge of the Madrid club's first team.
He collected nine titles during his first spell as Los Blancos boss, and has now added a 10th with the Super Cup triumph in Saudi Arabia.
Overall, he has won three UEFA Champions League titles, one LaLiga trophy, two UEFA Super Cups, two FIFA Club World Cups and now his second Spanish Super Cup.
Miguel Munoz is the only coach in Real's illustrious history who has won more silverware than Zidane, having led the Spanish giants to 14 accolades between 1948 and 1958.
Munoz is also Spain's joint-most successful coach ever, sharing the top spot with Pep Guardiola, who lifted 14 trophies during his time with FC Barcelona.
Dutch legend Johan Cruyff completes the podium, having won 11 titles with the Blaugrana, while Luis Enrique is in fifth position with nine trophies, according to Spanish football statistics expert Alexis Martin-Tamayo.
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