Zinedine Zidane was unveiled as Real Madrid’s first-team coach on 4 January 2016. One year on, he is able to look back on an extraordinary 12 months, which saw him add a further three pieces of silverware to the club’s collection: the Undécima European Cup, a second Club World Cup and the Whites’ third UEFA Super Cup. What’s more, under the Frenchman’s stewardship, Real Madrid are currently riding the club’s best-ever undefeated run, having gone 37 games unbeaten.
Zidane’s first game in charge came on 9 January 2016 in a 5-0 triumph against Deportivo. Since then, Real Madrid have racked up the highest number of points in LaLiga and boast the record as the only side in the league to be unbeaten on the road. All competitions included, Zidane has overseen 40 wins, 11 draws and just two defeats. In the goalscoring stakes, his charges have scored 150 times, averaging 2.8 goals per game.