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Ancelotti's final Real Madrid challenge: Winning the treble

Real Madrid coach Ancelotti aims to achieve historic treble, emulating Barcelona's 2009 feat, after recent Champions League and La Liga wins.

Real Madrid's recent victory over Mallorca was a hard-fought one, thanks to a crucial header from Rudiger. As Carlo Ancelotti prepares to leave Real Madrid, his legacy is already secure as one of the greatest coaches in the club's history. However, there is one challenge that remains: winning the treble.

No Real Madrid coach has ever achieved the treble, which consists of winning LaLiga, the UEFA Champions League, and the Copa del Rey in the same season. Ancelotti came close in his first season, winning the Champions League and the Copa del Rey, but falling short in LaLiga. In 2022, he won the Champions League and LaLiga, but was knocked out of the Copa del Rey early on.

The treble has only been achieved by one team in Spain, Barcelona, in the 2008/2009 season. Led by Lionel Messi, Thierry Henry, and Samuel Eto'o, Barcelona won all six trophies available, a historic achievement that has only been matched by Bayern Munich in 2020.

Ancelotti's goal is to follow in Barcelona's footsteps and achieve the elusive treble with Real Madrid. With the team in a strong position to win LaLiga and considered top contenders in the Champions League, Ancelotti has three more seasons ahead of him to make history.

As he prepares to leave the club, Ancelotti has the opportunity to cement his legacy as one of the greatest coaches of all time by achieving what no Real Madrid coach has done before. The treble remains the final frontier for Ancelotti, and with his track record of success, he has the potential to make history and etch his name in the annals of football greatness.

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