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Real Madrid longest winning run in Champions League

Real Madrid Equalled Longest Winning Run in UCL With Bayern Munich

The Spanish club Real Madrid have equalled record of most consecutive wins in UEFA Champions League history with Bayern Munich. Los Blancos joined The Bavarians after their 10th victory against German club FC Schalke 04 in first leg of round of 16 [Champions League 2014–15]. If they wins their next game against same rivals, then they will be on top of this list. Here we have listed the European clubs with most consecutive wins in this competition.

Most Consecutive Wins in UEFA Champions League History

The record of winning most UCL games was set up by Bayern Munich. They started this winning run on 2nd April with a 2–0 win against Italian club Juventus in the first leg of the quarter final of 2012–13 season after losing 2–0 against Arsenal three weeks earlier. This winning run of Bayern Munich ended on 10th December 2013 when they suffered a 2–3 defeat at the hands of Manchester City.

Real Madrid longest winning run in Champions League

Now, Real Madrid have joined them with 10 back to back wins in a row. Their run started on 23rd April 2014 in the 1–0 win against Bayern Munich in first leg semi final of Champions League 2013–14. The Vikings continued this run and lifted the trophy of UCL 2013–14. This run is still on.

Winning run of Real Madrid in UEFA Champions League

No. Opponent Date Result
1 Bayern Munich 23 Apr 2014 1–0
2 Bayern Munich 29 Apr 2014 4–0
3 Atletico Madrid 24 May 2014 4–1
4 FC Basel 16 Sept 2014 5–1
5 Ludogorets 01 Oct 2014 2–1
6 Liverpool 22 Oct 2014 3–0
7 Liverpool 04 Nov 2014 1–0
8 FC Basel 26 Nov 2014 1–0
9 Ludogorets 09 Deb 2014 4–0
10 Schalke 04 18 Feb 2015 2–0

Football Club Barcelona set up a record of winning most consecutive games from 18 Sept 2002 to 18 Feb 2003. The Catalans won 9 back to back games in this competition.

The record for the longest uneaten run at home stands at 31 games and is held by Bayern Munich. The run began with a 0–0 draw against Borussia Dortmund in 1997 to 98 and finished with a 2–1 win against Real Madrid in the first leg of the quarter finals 2001-02. The 31 game unbeaten run ended with a 2–3 loss to Deportivo La Coruna in the first group stage in 2002-03.

Real Madrid are just one win away from being the first team to win 11 consecutive games in the history of UEFA Champions League. Their next fixture of this campaign is against FC Schalke 04 against whom they will play the return leg of quarter final 2014–15.

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