Last season, Zinedine Zidane and his Real Madrid side pulled off a miracle as they not only won the UEFA Champions League for a record 13th time but also became the first team to win the competition for three consecutive years.
Winning the Champions League alone can be considered as one of the toughest things to achieve for any manager or a player. While the likes of Samuel Eto'o, Cristiano Ronaldo, Xabi Alonso and many others have won the UCL with two different clubs, the number of managers achieving that feat is pretty low.
Although many managers have won the Champions League more than once for the same club, there are only 5 of them who have won it with two different clubs.
Here are 5 managers who have won the Champions League with two different clubs.
#5 Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid and A.C. Milan)
Carlo Ancelotti is regarded as one of the best and most successful managers of all time as he is one of the only three managers to have won the UEFA Champions League three times (twice with A.C. Milan and once with Real Madrid). He is also one of the seven men to win the Champions League or the European League as a player and a manager.
The current Napoli boss won his first ever Champions League as a manager with A.C. Milan in the 2002-03 season against Juventus on penalties. He won it the second time again with Milan in the 2006-07 season against Liverpool, beating the Merseysiders 2 - 1 in the final.
On 24th May 2014, he won the Champions League with the Los Blancos against their rivals Atletico Madrid and became one of the few managers to win the trophy with two different clubs.