Original title: The Royals scored in 62 consecutive games, breaking the European record. The White Corps has scored in 62 consecutive games.
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At home against Seville After scoring 4 goals, Real Madrid broke the record previously held by Bayern Munich.
Real Madrid continue to challenge records. The White Coats, which had a home victory over Seville, have scored in 62 consecutive games. This result broke the European club's best consecutive scoring record (61 games) created by Bayern Munich between the 2012/13 season and the 2013/14 season.
Real Madrid's impressive statistic began on April 30, 2016 in the 1-0 away game against Real Sociedad. Since then, the White Coats have never missed a goal in 62 games in more than a year, during which they have scored 171 goals (average 2.75 goals). The 171 goals are distributed as follows: La Liga (106 goals), Champions League (34 goals), Copa del Rey (22 goals), Club World Cup (6 goals), European Super Cup (3 goals).
In terms of scoring players, the player who scored the most during this period was Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 41 goals. Behind the Portuguese are Morata (20 goals) and Benzema (18 goals). A total of 20 players (almost all players except the goalkeeper have gained) have scored during this period, helping the team set a record for scoring goals in 62 consecutive games. Return to Sohu to see more Responsible editor:
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