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Ranking the six Premier League managers with most wins after 100 games

Antonio Conte celebrated a milestone moment last weekend, as the Italian took charge of a Premier League fixture for the 100th time.

Conte returned to English football earlier this season to take charge at Tottenham, having previously enjoyed a successful spell at Chelsea in which he won the Premier League title during his first season at Stamford Bridge.

Following Contes century of top-flight games in England, weve looked at how he compares to the most successful coaches in Premier League history.

Roberto Mancini was named as manager of Manchester City in 2009, taking over from the sacked Mark Hughes during the early stages of the clubs billionaire-backed era.

Mancini had won three Serie A titles with Inter Milan and made an immediate impact at the Etihad, leading the side to a drought-breaking FA Cup success the clubs first major trophy in 35 years during the 2010/11 season.

The following campaign the Italian led City to the Premier League title, as Sergio Agueros dramatic stoppage-time goal against QPR crowned the club champions on the final day of the season.

Mancini won 62 of his first 100 games in the Premier League and is currently in charge of the Italian national side, having led the Azzurri to success at the delayed Euro 2020 last summer.

The greatest manager in Premier League history after an incredible 13 league title wins, Sir Alex Ferguson was the mastermind behind Manchester Uniteds two-decade dominance of the division.

Ferguson led the Red Devils to their first league title in 26 years during the Premier Leagues inaugural campaign, before embarking on a period of sustained success that saw the Old Trafford side take a stranglehold on the division.

Sir Alex Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles during his time at Manchester United, 10 more than any other manager.

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Fergusons first century of games brought 62 wins, a run of form that kickstarted United winning seven of the first nine editions of the Premier League.

Manuel Pellegrini is the second Manchester City manager to feature on this list, with the former Real Madrid coach taking over at the Etihad in 2013.

Pellegrini led The Citizens to the Premier League title during his first season in charge, as the eventual champions ended the season with a five-game winning run to pip Liverpool to the title.

The Chilean was unable to replicate that success over the following campaigns however, as City finished as runners-up the following campaign before a fourth-placed finish in 2015/16 saw his reign come to an end.

Antonio Conte has matched Pellegrinis record of 65 Premier League wins from his first 100 games, with the Italian having also won the title in his first season in English football in 2016/17.

Contes change to his preferred 3-4-3 formation saw Chelsea embark on a run to title success, equalling the then Premier League record for consecutive wins (13) and fewest draws in a season (3).