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Classic Real Madrid set new Spanish record




Since April 6, 2016 Real Madrid had not lost in 40 games that include a  run of 30 wins and ten ties.
A 3-3 draw at Sevilla in the Copa del Rey extend their unbeaten run to 40 games, in the process breaking Barcelona's record for a Spanish club.
Zinedine Zidane’s men had to avoid defeat at Sevilla in order to break Barcelona’s Spanish record and they did just that with Karim Benzema scoring at the final kick of the game.
In a match filled with thrilling highlights in which Real Madrid had to come back twice. The defending European champions were two goals down going into the 83rd minute before Sergio Ramos’s slot home from the penalty spot and a 93rd-minute goal from Benzema salvaged the draw and the streak, putting the game  for a 6-3 aggregate win and a spot in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals for real.


Real Madrid defender Danilo sent a diving header from a dangerous Pablo Sarabia cross back at his own goal In the 10th minute rather than playing it back to goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, it beat him for an own goal.
Real got an equalizer just past halftime, A corner was punched away by Casilla after Mariano Diaz and Toni Kroos threatened then Marco Asensio picked it up outside of his own box, sold Matias Kranevitter at midfield, went the length of the field, beat Luciano Vietto and played it through goalkeeper David Soria’s legs to the inside of the far post for a finish.
Then Adil Rami found Sergio Escudero, as Sevilla built up another attack who crossed to Stevan Jovetic and in turn he placed a volley. The Montenegrin’s bouncing volley beat Casilla and gave the loanee from Inter Milan a goal on his Sevilla debut.
Vicente Iborra home scrambled a goal set up by Samir Nasri in the 77th minute to double Sevilla’s lead, Kranevitter made contact in the box with Casemiro in the 83rd, as Real push for a comeback and the midfielder tumbled gratefully for a penalty which Ramos chipped in to bring the game to 3-2.


The rescue for Real came at injury time when substitute Benzema dribbled through a forest of defenders, and then saw his finish deflected past Soria by defender Clement Lenglet to bring the game to level.
Since the loss to Wolfsburg in the Champions League Real has now won 30 and tied 10 matches without losing one.

Juventus’s hold the record for the longest unbeaten run in Europe’s major leagues of 43, set in the 2011-12 season. Real need three more games without a loss to equal the record or four to beat it.

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