AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli hit a milestone this weekend as he marked his 100th game in charge at the club. Pioli joined as a last minute replacement for Marco Giampaolo seven games into the 2019/20 season. Since then, he has guided Milan to a 5th place and 2nd place finish in the league helping the Rossoneri qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in seven years.
His record for the 100 games is: 56 Wins, 25 Draws and 19 Losses. He has 1.93 points per game and a win percentage of 58% as an additional two matches were won on penalties. Milan have scored 202 goals and conceded 126 in his time at the helm.
Pioli is now the second-longest serving manager for the Rossoneri in the past decade behind only Massimiliano Allegri (178 games). He has surpassed Gennaro Gattuso (82 games), Vincenzo Montella (64 games), Filippo Inzaghi (40 games) and Sinisa Mihajlovic (38 games).