Real Madrid set a new club record of 35 unbeaten games after a thrilling late comeback win against Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday.
Zinedine Zidane has now made history with 35 games unbeaten record as they defeated Deportivo La Coruna with a late winner.
Alvaro Morata scored the first goal for Real Madrid in the game. But two goals in two minutes from Deportivo player Joselu made Real Madrid look like a mediocre team. This would have ended their unbeaten run. Later, Real Madrid substitute Mariano Diaz scored the equalizer with just six minutes left in the game.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos with a late drama scored a stoppage-time winner to beat Deportivo la Coruna 3-2. The European champions set a new club record of 35 games unbeaten in all competitions. Ramos has scored 5 goals this season, more than any other defender in La Liga.
Ramos has always been known for scoring late goals for Real Madrid since 2014 Champions League final. He was also there in the score sheet, when he netted a last minute equalizer against Barcelona last weekend. “When you fight to the end, these things happen,” said Ramos.
Zidane said “I have a [lucky] star, I thought that when I was a player and again now. I am very lucky to have this life and I try and enjoy it as much as I can.”
With this win, Zidane has gone past the previous record set by Leo Beenhakker’s Real Madrid side, who went on 34 games unbeaten between October 1988 and April 1989. The next record in sight will be the 39-match unbeaten record of Luis Enrique’s Barcelona from last season.
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