Isco's goal against Atlético Madrid in Wednesday's Champions League clash saw Real Madrid equal Bayern Munich's record run of scoring in consecutive games.
Isco pulls Real Madrid level with Bayern's 61
The semi-final second-leg strike at the Calderón means Zinedine Zidane's men have now found the net in 61 straight matches - a streak stretching back over a year.
Alongside the sequence set by the Germans between March 2013 and April 2014, it is the joint-longest ever by a club from Europe's five major leagues.
The last occasion Real Madrid drew a blank came in April 2016, in their Champions League last-four first leg away to Premier League outfit Manchester City.
Los Blancos' run has seen them score in LaLiga, the Champions League, the Copa del Rey, the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup.
Their goals-for column in that time now stands at an impressive 166.
Real to establish new record at the weekend?
Real Madrid have the opportunity to beat Bayern's mark in Sunday's LaLiga meeting with Sevilla at the Santiago Bernabéu.