19 win streak Madrid: 87 Days, 71 Goals, 11 Clean Sheet
Jakarta – Real Madrid displacing Barcelona as a club owner‘s longest winning streak in Spain. The following data and facts related to a fantastic record that belongs to El Real.
Number 19 consecutive victories achieved Madrid came from 4-0 advantage gained over Ludogorets in the sixth matchday of the Champions League. With the result that Madrid broke the previous record dipunya Barcelona the 18-game winning streak in all competitions earned the Catalans with Frank Rijkaard in the 2005/2006 season.
Following the data, facts and figures related to the series of specials Los Merengues, as quoted by Marca:
– The number of 19-game winning streak Madrid collected from three competitions. The details are 11 matches La Liga, Champions League 6 and two Copa del Rey.
– The series includes 11 games that ended with a clean sheet, in which five were obtained in the last six games. The last club Madrid goalkeeper is Malaga.
– There were 71 goals in 19 games made Madrid are, or an average of 3.73 goals per match. In the same period they only conceded nine times (0.47 goals per game).
– Madrid Ronaldo became the top scorer in the series of 19 victories after posting 26 goals. Behind him was Karim Benzema with 11 goals, and James Rodriguez who scored 8 goals, followed by Gareth Bale (7) and Javier Hernández (4). Isco and Raphael Varane each scored two goals, while Luka Modric, Pepe, Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Toni Kroos, Jese, Alvaro Arbeloa and Alvaro Medran make a goal.