Real Madrid saw how this weekend they lost a record that had been in place for… 58 years!!! Between February 17, 1957when they beat Deportivo 1-0, and on March 7, 1965, when they lost 0-1 to Atlético, that team, in the match between Di Stfano and the 'yey', He transformed Santiago Bernabu into an impregnable fortress: accumulated 121 games without losing (in the League) at home.

A record that no one broke… but which changed hands last weekend. Now owned by Red Star. The Serbian champion – won six consecutive Leagues – defeated Mladost Lucani (3-1) thanks to goals from Aleksandar Katai (ex-Laves), Jovan Mijatovic and In Bom Hwang and He accumulated an impressive 122 games without losing in the Championship at home.

A spectacular sequence that It boils down to 110 wins and 12 draws with 339 goals in favor and just 54 against.His last defeat at Rajko Mitic – popularly known as 'Little Maracan' – dates back to February 18, 2017. It happened in an 'eternal derby' against Partizn (1-3), which won with two goals from Brazilian Leonardo and another from Cameroonian Tawamba.

It has rained a lot since then. During this period of time, the Red Star,Europe camp in 1991, He won six consecutive Leagues and three Cups…with six different coaches: Miodrag Bozovic, Bosko Gurovski, Vladan Milojevic, Dejan Stankovic, Milos Milojevic and Barak Bakhar.

“Breaking this record is something glorious for the club,” said Bakhar, who is confident of leading his team to a seventh consecutive league title. Partizan, however, will not make things easy for them this time. Red Star is the leader, with the same points (43) as its eternal rival… but a better goal difference.

In Europe, yes, it's a different story.. In the Champions League, they have not been able to impose this strength between the qualifiers and the group stage. Their home record in Europe's top competition since their last League defeatthere are nine wins, eight draws and four defeats.



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