Real Madrid broke one Barcelona record earlier this season when they went on a 40-game unbeaten streak and now, they’ve broken another.
Isco’s eighth minute strike against Las Palmas on Wednesday meant Los Blancos has scored in 45 straight games across all competitions, breaking a Spanish record held by Barcelona since 1944.
Madrid’s scoreless draw with Manchester City came in April 2016, in the first leg of last season’s Champions League semi-final.
It’s a remarkable streak made sweeter for Real Madrid fans because they can claim bragging rights over Barcelona once again.
You can see the full stat in the tweet below from our friends at WhoScored.
Real Madrid: Have now scored in each of their last 45 matches in all competitions; Man City were the last team to stop them scoring— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) March 1, 2017
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