Ancelotti reaches 1000 games in management

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The Bayern head coach has hit the impressive milestone during a career that's seen him take charge of the likes of Chelsea, Real Madrid and AC Milan

Carlo Ancelotti has reached an incredible 1000 competitive games in management.

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The Bayern Munich head coach has achieved the milestone in a little over 21 years as a manager, with number 1000 being brought up in today's clash with Hamburg in the Bundesliga.

The Italian has a hugely impressive CV, with Ancelotti having achieved numerous trophy successes during his time with the likes of AC Milan, Real Madrid and Chelsea.

After winning two Champions League titles with Milan, the Italian would go on to win it again with Madrid in 2013-14, while he lifted the Premier League and FA Cup during two years at Stamford Bridge.

Ancelotti also won Ligue 1 with PSG in 2012-13 and has already claimed a German Super Cup trophy during his short time at Bayern.

The Bavarians look set to claim their fifth Bundesliga title in a row, with the German giants five points clear at the top of the table after 21 matches.

They are also on course to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League following a hugely impressive 5-1 demolition of Arsenal at the Allianz Arena in the last 16 first leg.

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Of his 999 matches in management, Ancelotti has won an incredible 590 games, giving him a total win percentage of 59%.

The longest time he's spent at a single club was in Serie A with Milan, where he managed for seven-and-a-half years and won eight titles, including the league in 2003-04.

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