Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti has named Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo among the five greatest players he’s ever coached in his managerial career. Ancelotti was Ronaldo’s manager at Real Madrid for two years.
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During that period, Ronaldo made 101 appearances under the Italian, scoring 112 goals and registering 47 assists.
While working together, Ronaldo and Ancelotti won the UEFA Champions League trophy and the Copa del Rey in 2014.
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“From my time as a player, I have to mention Van Basten, Baresi and Maldini. “Then, as a coach, Ronaldo Nazario, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic, Benzema and Vinicius.
There’s many of them,” Ancelotti told Italian TV Show Che Tempo Fa when asked for his favourite players that he has worked with.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s stats at during his 9 years and 9 seasons at Real Madrid, under 3 coaches, is as follows:
• 164 games
• 168 goals
• 49 assists
• 101 games
• 112 goals
• 47 assists
• 114 games
• 112 goals
• 30 assists
Cristiano Ronaldo won 16 titles with Real Madrid, played a total of 438 games for the whites, and scored 451 times, making him the club’s all-time leading scorer, a record that was previously held by Spanish legend, RAÚL Gonzalez Blanco.