The key stats behind Carlo Ancelotti’s first 100 Premier League games

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Having won trophies throughout his coaching career, there can be no arguments about the managerial merits of Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti. 

The Italian succeeded Guus Hiddink at Chelsea and won the Premier League in 2009-10 before being sacked the following season.

After spells at PSG, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Napoli, eyebrows were raised when Ancelotti took over at Everton in December 2019.

Despite much scepticism, he has had a major impact at Goodison Park, and we’ve provided a selection of stats from his first 100 games as a Premier League manager:

Chelsea Record

Games: 76
Wins: 48
Draws: 13
Losses: 15

Goals Scored: 172
Goals Against: 65

Points per game: 2.1
Win rate: 63.2%
Loss rate: 19.7%

READ: Ranking every Chelsea manager in the Roman Abramovich era

Everton Record

Games: 24
Wins: 12
Draws: 6
Losses: 6

Goals Scored: 36
Goals Against: 32

Points per game: 1.75
Win rate: 50%
Loss rate: 25%

Overall Premier League Record

Games: 100
Wins: 60
Draws: 19
Losses: 21

Goals Scored: 208
Goals Against: 97

Points per game: 1.99
Win rate: 60%
Loss rate: 21%

Roy Hodgson v Carlo Ancelotti

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Other Stats

Biggest Home Win: Chelsea 8-0 Wigan Athletic (May 2010)

Biggest Away Win: Wigan Athletic 0-6 Chelsea (August 2010)

Biggest Home Defeat: Chelsea 0-3 Sunderland (November 2010)

Biggest Away Defeat: Chelsea 4-0 Everton (March 2020)

Top Goalscorer: Didier Drogba (40 goals)

Manager of the Month Awards: Four (November 2009, August 2010, March 2011, April 2011)

Ancelotti has achieved three points in 60% of the Premier League matches he has managed. Only five managers have achieved a higher percentage in their first century of games – Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Manuel Pellegrini, Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini.

With Everton performing as they are, do not count against Ancelotti improving these already impressive statistics over time.


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