A draw to Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night saw Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid equal their club's all-time record of most successive games without defeat from 1988/89.
The high flying Los Blancos have equalled their club record by reaching 34 matches without suffering single defeat in all competitions.
Zindane’s star studded side equaled the record that was set by Leo Beenhakker's Madrid squad between October 1988 and April 1989.
Los Blancos last tasted defeat on the 6th April 2016 against Wolfsburg, but since then they have gone onto rack up 25 wins and nine draws in all competitions.
In the 34 matches, the Santiago Bernabeu side went onto score 94 goals and only conceded 31 in total.
Zidane's side broke Carlo Ancelotti's record of 32 games unbeaten with a 6-1 win in the Copa del Rey against Cultural Leonesa earlier this month.
Italian giants Juventus currently hold the European record for longest unbeaten run with 43 matches, set when Antonio Connte was in charge back in 2011-12.
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