Real Madrid set a new Spanish record of scoring in 45 consecutive matches


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Real Madrid scored three goals against UD Las Palmas and have now gone 45 official games having scored.

The Whites have topped the run that Barcelona went on between November 1942 and February 1944. Zidane’s team have not stopped scoring since the 26th April 2016, when they drew 0-0 against Manchester City in the Champions League.

Real Madrid found the back of the net in the last 5 games of last season and the 40 they have played this term. During this time, they have won 31, drawn 11 and lost 3.

They have also lifted their eleventh European Cup, second Club World Cup and third UEFA Super Cup.
The goals scored against UD Las Palmas also saw the team secure a club record for goals scored in successive games in the league.

For the first time in the club’s history, the Whites have found the net in 36 successive LaLiga fixtures, surpassing their previous record which stood at 35 games and was achieved between the 1951/52 and 1952/53 campaigns.

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