Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have broken English side Manchester United's eight-year-old Old Trafford record in the UEFA Champions League.
The Bavarians have now won 13 consecutive home games in the prestigious European competition, their latest victory coming on Tuesday night when they beat FC Rostov 5-0 at the Allianz Arena.
The victory came in Carlo Ancelotti's first Champions League game in charge of Bayern, and he helped keep a winning run, which began back in 2014, going.
The Red Devils set the record in 2008, after they went two years without losing a home match under then manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
United are not in this season's competition, but Bayern will be able to extend their record against PSV Eindhoven on 19 October.
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