River Plate became champion of the Champions Trophy by beating Colón de Santa Fe 4 to 0 in the Madre de Cities de Santiago del Estero, with a double by Julián Álvarez, a goal by Benjamín Rollheiser and the remainder by Jorge Carrascal.
With the obtaining of this title, the “Doll” Marcelo Gallardo, successful coach of the “Millionaire” since mid-2014, reached the number of 14 championships won in that role, but also had already won one with Nacional de Uruguay. Next, the list of Argentine DT’s with the most winners.
The “Coco” stood out winning titles for Boca, but he also did it with the Argentine National Team: two America Cups, one Confederations and one Artemio Franchi.
He won the 1996 Copa Libertadores for River. The other international title achieved was the 1997 Super Cup, while it added another nine local titles throughout its three cycles: Apertura 1996, Clausura 1997, Apertura 1997 (three-time championship), Apertura 1999, Clausura 2002, Final Tournament 2014 and Championship Cup 2014. Without a doubt, a River Plate idol.
As DT he was three-time champion with Racing and led the National Team for 20 years, winning 6 American Cups and a Pan American Cup, in the years 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959. Bestial.
The “Viceroy” stands out for having won two Intercontinental titles with Boca and one with Vélez, in addition to the Libertadores Cups: one with the Velez team and three with “Xeneize”. An impressive technician.
2014: South American
2015: Recopa, Libertadores and Suruga
2016: Recopa and Argentina Cup
2017: Argentina Cup
2018: Super Cup and Libertadores
2019: Recopa and Argentina Cup
2021: Super Cup, Tournament and Champions Trophy
The “Doll” caught up with Bianchi and goes for Herrera.
Between Atlético de Madrid, Barcelona, Inter and Roma, Herrera added 16 titles. Gallardo is just one away from reaching it. You’ll make it?
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