Simeone amplifies the win, win and win: beat Luis

With the victory against Alavés, the Argentine coach has 195 league victories, a record figure as Atlético's coach, beating Luis Aragonés.


Diego Pablo Simeone continues to make history at Atlético de Madrid. The Argentine coach, who debuted on the Atletico bench on January 7, 2012, became his Atlético coach with the most games won in the League with his win against Alavés (fourth victory in a row).

El Cholo surpassed another myth of the club, Luis Aragonés, who until now held that record after achieving 194 wins in 407 league games. If the Sage of Hortaleza was achieving this feat in different stages, Simeone has done it in one go, with more than eight uninterrupted years on the rojiblanco bench. The Argentine's numbers speak for themselves: 195 matches won in the League of 320 disputed, 61% victories.

With the Argentine on the bench, the greatness of Atlético that Luis Aragonés represented, both as a footballer and as a coach, and that message of "win, win and win" as a way of life has returned. Two former players and coaches who have names and surnames linked to Atlético forever. If Luis won six titles directing the team (Intercontinental Cup, League, three Copa del Rey and one Spanish Super Cup), in addition to the long-awaited promotion to the First Division in 2002, Cholo became the most successful coach in 2018. club history with the seven titles won in the last decade (Liga, Copa del Rey, two Europa League, two European Super Cups and the Spanish Super Cup), in addition to two Champions League finals that escaped from the tips of your fingers.

Simeone remembered the figure of Luis after matching his record with the victory last Tuesday against Levante. "At no time did I think of competing with Luis. Saber, with the relationship I have had with him, that he will be happy since the place he will be watching. Since I told him in Seville that Atlético wanted me as a footballer, he answered that I was hoping to go there. I have no doubt that he will be enjoying it from where he is looking at us. " The history of Atlético cannot be imagined without Luis Aragonés or Simeone, teacher and disciple united by the red and white blood.



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