Real Madrid extended their run to 48 games in a row scoring one or more goals, with a brace tonight against Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabéu. The last time Zidane's side drew a blank was on 24 April 2016 against Manchester City in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final. Their current run includes five games from last season and 42 from the current campaign, with their record reading: 33 wins, 11 draws and three defeats.
Real Madrid: 48 games scoring in a row
In Tuesday's Champions League last 16 tie away to Napoli, Madrid overtook the 46-game record held by Benfica between 8 December 1963 and 10 January 1965. That said, Los Blancos still find themselves some distance behind the 63 matches reached by Bayern Munich in the 2012-13 season.
Real Madrid back to the top of LaLiga
The Bernabeu tonight witnessed Real Madrid having to come from behind to overcome the Andalusian outfit in a tightly fought contests with maximum points propelling Zidane's men back to the summit of the table.