Real Madrid becomes the first team to score in 48 consecutive games after breaking 52 years record.
On Sunday, March 12, 2017, Real Madrid came from behind to
beat Real Betis 2-1 at home, with goals from the current footballer of the
year, Christiano Ronaldo and its ever scoring Captain, Sergio Ramos.
|CR7 celebrates after scoring against Real Betis|
league holder became the first football team ever to score in 48 successive games
club, Benfica, that great feat of 47 consecutive goal scoring matches was achieved
between December 1963 and January 1965.
|S. Ramos celebrates after scoring against Real Betis|
was back in April 2017 in the first leg of their Champions’ League semi-final
against Manchester City of England at the Etihad.
48 games since that encounter at Etihad Stadium.