Incredible. Al-Hilal has set a new world record

Football news 12 mar 2024, 18:00
Incredible. Al-Hilal has set a new world record Incredible. Al-Hilal has set a new world record

The team from Saudi Arabia, Al-Hilal, has set a new world record.

On Tuesday, March 12th, they played the second leg of the AFC Champions League quarterfinals against Al-Ittihad. Al-Hilal seized their chances, with Al-Shahrani scoring in the 61st minute, and Malcolm sealing the match in stoppage time. Al-Hilal emerged victorious in both legs with an identical scoreline of 2-0, securing their spot in the AFC Champions League semifinals.

With this achievement, they have now amassed 28 consecutive victories, setting a new world record. During this remarkable streak, the team has scored 81 goals while conceding only eight.

The previous record, set in 2016, belonged to the Welsh club New Saints, with 27 consecutive victories. Prior to that, the record had been held by Ajax for 44 years, with 26 consecutive wins.

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