By defeating Deportivo La Coruña 3-2, Real Madrid have set a new club record of 35 matches without defeat, going back to April; UEFA.com picks out some of the run's highlights.
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Real Madrid's 3-2 victory over Deportivo La Coruña on Saturday has set a new club record of 35 games unbeaten.
The run dates back to April's 2-0 reverse at Wolfsburg in their UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg and, in avoiding defeat since then, Zinédine Zidane's men have usurped the Merengues' 1988/89 vintage, who held the record of 34 matches.
UEFA.com picks out the highlights from the history-makers' undefeated streak.
The Numbers: Games 35, Victories 26, Draws 9, Defeats 0. Goals scored 99, Goals conceded 32.
The first win ... Real Madrid 4-0 Eibar, 9 April 2016
Zidane criticised his side's intensity after the Wolfsburg loss and they responded in the perfect manner, all four goals coming in the first half.
The comeback ... Real Madrid 3-0 Wolfsburg, 12 April 2016
A Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick wrote a new chapter in the club's book of European comebacks – or 'remontadas'. The Portuguese struck twice in the first period and then won the tie with a late free-kick to clinch a semi-final berth.
The 'Eleventh' ... Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético Madrid, 28 May 2016
Madrid broke the hearts of neighbours Atlético for a third straight season in the UEFA Champions League. Sergio Ramos's opener was cancelled out by Yannick Carrasco and the game went to penalties. A perfect set of five from Madrid, Ronaldo converting the winner, secured an 11th European Cup.
The scare ... Legia Warsaw 3-3 Real Madrid, 2 November 2016
First-half strikes by Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema appeared to have teed up a routine Group F victory, only forthe Polish champions to produce a stirring comeback and lead 3-2 with five minutes to go. Mateo Kovačić promptly equalised to spare the visitors' blushes and extend the unbeaten sequence to 27 games.
The Ramos late show ... Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid, 3 December 2016
Thanks to Luis Suárez's second-half goal, the Catalan giants were on the verge of ending Madrid's run last weekend. Once again, though, Ramos came to the rescue as the clock ticked into injury time, rising highest to nod in Luka Modrić's free-kick and snatch a valuable point.
The history makers ... Real Marid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruña, 10 December 2016
Madrid's fans were put through the wringer on a dramatic night at the Santiago Bernabéu. Trailing 2-1 with six minutes remaining, the Whites – minus the rested Ronaldo, Modrić and Benzema – equalised through Mariano Díaz's maiden Liga goal. Ramos won it with yet another late, late header.