Laliga: Real Madrid equal Barcelona Record of 39 Match Unbeaten streak in (all competition)spanish History to beat Granda 5-0 in Laliga yesterday.
Real Madrid equalled the ALL-TIME longest undefeated run in the HISTORY of all Spanish clubs (39 matches)
Real Madrid Longest unbeaten streak in Spanish football history:
1:Real Madrid: 39*
3:Real Madrid: 34
4: Real Madrid: 31
Zinedine Zidane: Ended Barca’s 39 game unbeaten streak last season. And equalised that record this season.
Real Madrid’s last 28 LaLiga games: WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWDDDWWWWWWDWW Goals: 84 Conceded: 25
Real Madrid‘s 5-0 La Liga victory over Granada saw them equal Barcelona’s Spanish record of 39 games unbeaten in all competitions.
Los Blancos have remained unbeaten since losing 2-0 to Wolfsburg in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final last April.
And matching Barcelona’s record was never in doubt as lowly Granada were put to the sword at the Bernabeu – Isco (2), Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo and Casemiro all on target.
Isco opened the scoring in the 12th minute when he kept his composure from Benzema’s pass to beat Guillermo Ochoa in the Granada goal.
Benzema tapped home a second after 20 minutes when Ochoa parried a Luka Modric shot into his path, and Ronaldo soon made it three with his 17th goal of the season.
Isco claimed his second after 31 minutes and Casemiro completed the scoring from close range in the second half.
Sevilla are now Real’s closest challengers after leapfrogging Barcelona in to second place with a 4-0 victory at Real Sociedad.
Wissam Ben Yedder scored a second hat-trick in three games and also set up substitute Pablo Sarabia before a stunned Anoeta Stadium.
Sociedad had not been beaten at home since losing to Real Madrid on the opening weekend of the season, but they were a shadow of the side which had climbed into the top six.
Ben Yedder gave Sevilla the lead when Geronimo Rulli spilled Franco Vazquez’s 25th-minute shot and he finished from a tight angle.
Four minutes later a Yuri Berchiche mistake allowed Vazquez to head the ball into Ben Yedder’s path and he rounded Rulli before lashing the ball home.
Rulli atoned for his earlier error by foiling Samir Nasri and Sergio Escudero, but Aritz Elustondo’s miskick saw Ben Yedder slip Sarabia through after 73 minutes.
Ben Yedder had scored a Copa Del Rey hat-trick against Formentera just before the Christmas break, and the Frenchman repeated the feat seven minutes from time for his 15th goal of the season.