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Real Madrid equal Pele's Santos record of having scored in 73 consecutive games


NEWS | 17/09/2017

Mayoral's goal continued the run, which began at none other than Anoeta in April 2016.
Real Madrid continue to add to their phenomenal goal scoring run, having now found the back of the net in their last 73 consecutive games. This figure sees the Whites equal the record set by Pelé's Santos side between November 1961 and August 1963. Zidane's team matched the figure at Anoeta, the same ground where the run began back on the 30th of April 2016, with a Bale strike.

Since then, Real Madrid have gone on to lift seven trophies (2 Champions Leagues, 1 Club World Cup, 2 European Super Cups, 1 LaLiga and 1 Spanish Super Cup) and have netted 200 goals (2.74 per game) across six tournaments: LaLiga (121), the Champions League (41), the Copa del Rey (22), the Club World Cup (6), the European Super Cup (5) and the Spanish Super Cup (5).

Goal scorers
Cristiano Ronaldo is the team's leading scorer during the incredible run, netting 49 times. The Portuguese forward is followed by Benzema, with 21.