With the win against Betis, the Barça boss reaches his 100th win in the Liga since he arrived to manage the first team in 2008
He’s the manager that has required the least amount of games to reach the century mark (132)
Pep Guardiola continues to make history. With FC Barcelona’s victory against Betis this Sunday, the Barça boss reached his 100th victory in the Liga since he took the hot seat in August of 2008.
57 at home, 43 away
The game against Betis was special for Guardiola for obvious reasons, it was the manager’s 100th win in the Liga: 57 wins at home and 43 away from the Camp Nou. In the three and a half season that Guardiola has coached Barça, he hasn’t stopped winning titles: three Ligas, two Champions Leagues, one King’s Cup, two European Super Cups, three Spanish Super Cups and two Club World Cups. The manager can now add this century to his long list of accomplishments.
Furthermore, Guardiola has reached 100 wins in 132 games, an astounding win average of 76%. In other words, with Pep at the helm, Barça wins three out of every four games.