River’s world record that Bayern Munich could not reach when thrashed

The good news does not stop arriving at the door of the Monumental. It is that this afternoon, Bayern Munich, who threatened River with reaching its world record of being the team that scored the most goals in consecutive games, did not score and lost an unbeatable chance to continue approaching the mark that has been in force for more than 80 years. In this way, the Millionaire maintains an impressive 96-game scoring record and no longer runs the risk of losing it anytime soon.

The German team, which had 84 games in a row filling the net (the account began on February 16, 2020 against Cologne), was beaten 5-0 at the hands of Borussia Mönchengladbach, was eliminated from the German Cup in 16th. at the end and also said goodbye to the fight for snatching the streak that La Banda has. The last time the team led by Julian Nagelsmann had not scored was on February 9, 2020 against Leipzig.

The detail of the record of consecutive goals that River maintains
According to an investigation that Oscar Barnade published in Clarín, River scored points in 96 matches in a row between September 13, 1936 and June 4, 1939. In total, there were 316 goals scored by that team, which was a precursor of La Maquina , in that period of two years and little more than eight months in which he achieved 72 wins, 13 draws, 11 losses and six titles. The scoring streak was cut off against Boca, with a 2-0 defeat at the Monumental.

With River at the helm, the teams that scored in the most consecutive games

River Plate – 96 matches between 1936 and 1939.
Bayern Munich – 84 games between 2020 and 2021.
San Pablo – 82 matches between 1930 and 1933.
Santos – 73 games between 1961 and 1963.
Real Madrid – 73 games between 2016 and 2017.



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