Real Madrid score in every LaLiga match for the first time ever

Zinedine Zidane's side have now scored in 64 matches consecutively, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring after less than 2 minutes against Málaga
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El Madrid marcó en todos los partidos de Liga por primera vez
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Real Madrid have scored in every LaLiga match for the first time in their history.

Cristiano Ronaldo rounded the keeper and slotted home with less than 2 minutes gone in their final match of the LaLiga season, against Málaga at the Rosaleda, to seal the goal-scoring record. And it also put Real Madrid in the driving seat for the LaLiga title, with Madrid needing just a point against Michel's side to seal the title.

Ronaldo celebrates opening the scoring against Málaga

Real Madrid consecutive game scoring streak

Cristiano Ronaldo's goal also ensured that Real Madrid's consecutive game scoring streak hit 64, a record in the top five European Leagues. Bayern Munich previously held the record, on 61 games.

Real Madrid: 105 goals in LaLiga

With Cristiano Ronaldo's strike Real Madrid reached 105 goals, an average of 2.7 per match. Cristiano Ronaldo has hit the back of the net 25 times, Morata 17, and Isco and Benzema 10 each.