Spanish Football Club Real Madrid have set a new record of scoring goals in most consecutive games. Los Blancos have surpassed Barcelona for netting at least one goal in every game of last 45 matches of all competitions. Earlier, Real Madrid set up a new record of 40 games of unbeaten run.
During a match against Las Palmas, Real Madrid netted 3 goals in run of 45th game. In just 30 seconds after kick off, Alvaro Morata found the back of the net, but his goal was ruled out because of off side. Seven minutes later, Isco came forward and this time, the goal was not disallowed.
45 – Real Madrid have scored in their last 45 games in all competitions, the best run of a La Liga side ever. Inmaculate. pic.twitter.com/XYiRhKmOYm
— OptaJose (@OptaJose) March 1, 2017
But Madrid side failed to grab all three points at their home ground. A 3-3 draw at Santiago Bernabeu against Las Palmas costed them first place. But, it was a good come back from the home side. Cristiano Ronaldo’s brace and one goal of Isco helped Real Madrid to save defeat in front of fans.
After match week 25, Real Madrid are at second spot with 56 points in 24 games. Defending Champions Barcelona are back to top spot though they’ve played one more game than Real Madrid.
UEFA Europa League Champions Sevilla continues putting pressure on both powerhouses of Spanish football. Los Blanquirrojos are just one point behind Real Madrid and two points behind Barcelona.