Bayern Munich lived a Wednesday to be forgotten in Germany: they were eliminated in the 16th final of the DFB Pokal, the Cup of that country, with a surprising and overwhelming win by Borussia Monchengladbach 5 to 0 and In addition, his streak of consecutive games was cut by scoring at least one goal.
Although it seemed that it would not have problems to break the historical record of River, the Teutonic team stayed at the gates and that is why it is time to review the five teams that scored goals in the most matches successive. Safety pin.
In September 2017, Real Betis gave the surprise at the Bernabéu and beat it 1 to 0. It was not just another victory: the “Merengue” team cut their streak of consecutive games scoring, and ended up at 73 like Santos de Pelé. The team led by Cristiano Ronaldo on the field could not surpass the legendary “O Rei”, but at least it integrates the Top 5 on this list.
Between 1961 and 1963, Santos de Pelé scored at least once in 73 consecutive matches, in matches valid for all types of competition. With the Brazilian crack and company, everything was possible, due to the great superiority they had against their rivals.
Between 1930 and 1933, Sao Paulo of Brazil went through 82 matches in a row scoring at the opponent’s goal at least once, in what is so far the third-best streak in soccer history. It was the second until Bayern Munich surpassed it this year.
According to the site FlashScoreThere were 85 games that Bayern Munich of Germany accumulated, scoring successively, remaining 11 from River Plate’s world record. The German steamroller could not against Gladbach.
It is impressive what that River de La Maquina achieved between 1936 and 1939: converting during 96 consecutive matches. Nobody has been able to overcome him to this day, although Bayern threatened to do so. It will be difficult for them to take it away.
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