In numbers and statistics. Zidane is the king of the finals.

In numbers and statistics. Zidane is the king of the finals.

Real Madrid is preparing to face their arch-neighbor, Atlético Madrid, in the Spanish Super Cup final next Sunday, in a meeting in which Zinedine Zidane will be looking for his first title since returning to Real Madrid training in March.

Real Madrid qualified for the final after a 3-0 victory over Valencia, while Atlético Madrid booked the pass for the final match after beating Barcelona 3-0 in a thrilling encounter.

Zidane does not know the taste of losing in the finals:

According to the Spanish newspaper "AS", Zidane has played eight finals and won all of them, and if he achieves the Super Cup he will reach his tenth title with Real Madrid and will reduce the difference with the former coach Miguel Muñoz, who has won 14 championships with Real Madrid.

Zidane has won three Champions League finals, two Super Cups, a Club World Cup, and a Spanish Super Cup on Sunday, and if he succeeds on Sunday in defeating Atletico Madrid, he will lift his 10th title as coach of the royal team.

Real Madrid's winning percentage under Zidane is 66%, with 124 wins, 40 draws and 22 losses in 185 games, although real Madrid's training began in January 2016 and continued until June 2018, and began its second term since March 2019 until now.

Seven months after his contract with Real Madrid, Zidane has already won three finals, beating Atlético Madrid in the Champions League final, Sevilla in the European Super Cup and Kashima Antlers in the Club World Cup.

The following year he beat Juventus in the Champions League final, then beat Manchester United in the European Super, before winning the Spanish Super Title at the expense of Barcelona and the Club World Cup against Grêmio.

In 2018, Zidane beat Liverpool in the Champions League final, after which he announced his resignation, and since his return in March, Real Madrid has returned to the right track, and in this season Real Madrid has not lost in 15 consecutive games.

The team's last defeat on 1 October was against Mallorca, with Zidane having not lost in 40 consecutive matches between April 2016 and June 2017, and since then this is the best series in the history of the royal team.

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