Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti on Saturday made European football history as he led his side to a La Liga title, becoming the only manager to win all of Europe’s top five leagues.

Los Blancos won the league on Saturday after a 4-0 win at home over Espanyol, in which Rodrygo, Marco Asensio, and the talismanic Karim Benzema all bagged goals.

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The win not only helped Real Madrid with their 35th La Liga title, their second piece of silverware this season, but also helped Ancelotti get his hands on a La Liga title, the only missing piece in his stellar career as a club football manager.

Commenting on the incredible feat after the match, the 62-year-old Italian said, “It fills me with great pride. I like what I do and the five league titles mean that I’ve done a good job. I’m proud to be at Real Madrid and to win trophies with this team, and I’d like to keep doing it.”

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“I’m delighted, we’ve accomplished a challenge. The season we’ve had in the league has been spectacular, with a lot of consistency and stability. I’d like to thank all the players for their hard work, attitude and commitment. Today we have to celebrate,” Ancelotti added.

A year after leading AC Milan to Champions League glory, Ancelotti led the Rossoneri to a Serie A title in 2004.

The Italian’s next top flight crown in Europe came during his spell at Chelsea, when he led the Blues to a Premier League title in 2010.

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Ancelotti subsequently went on to lift the Ligue 1 title with Paris Saint-Germain in the 2012-13 season, before leading German giants Bayern Munich to a Bundesliga title in the 2016-17 season.

Now, the Italian has also managed to get his hands on a La Liga title, his sixth piece of silverware for Real Madrid in his two spells at the club.