Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has made mind-boggling progress since he assumed control as the manager of Los Blancos, and after Saturday’s triumph, the Europen Champions presently have won a bigger number of Champions League titles than European Cups.
The arrangement and guise of the competition changed in 1993 into the Champions League, nonetheless, the Spanish giants won the competition six times before that date. Alfredo Di Stefano characterized an era at the club as they won five successive European Cups between 1956 and 1960, and the 6th followed in 1966.
At that point came a thirty-two-year sit tight for another achievement in Europe’s elite competition before Jupp Heynckes assumed the role of a manager of a team that crushed Juventus in Amsterdam. Pedja Mijatovic scored the winning goal on that crucial clash, furthering Los Blancos’s popular romance with the tournament following years of English and Italian dominance in Europe.
Additionally, glories at that point came in 2000 and 2002 preceding another disillusioning 12-year pause. Atletico Madrid were the adversaries in Lisbon and the Decima dream turned into a reality, taking Los Blancos’ count of Champions League titles to four.
Their barely reasonable achievement from that point forward has seen the French boss change the club’s history, and while the European champions have frequently been connected with the European Cup, they’ve now been more effective and successive in the modern era.