Real Madrid's best start to the season in 54 years

Since winning the European Super Cup at the start of the 2022 season, Real Madrid have always won in all competitions. Los Blancos have won a total of nine consecutive wins. This record is the best in the last 54 years!

Real Madrid extended its dominance in La Liga with a 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano in the 6th week continued, Monday (17/9/2022) early morning WIB.

An additional three points have made Madrid reclaim the top of the standings from the hands of Barcelona. Real Madrid have a total of 18 points, two points more than Atletico.

Despite being able to continue to record consecutive wins, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti remains humble. Despite Madrid's impressive performance, he is worried about Barcelona who continue to display the same impeccable game.

Quality Competition

The first six matches in the Spanish League seemed to be a competition for quality between Madrid and Barcelona. But Ancelotti insists that Madrid so far can be better than Barcelona.

“Barcelona did their game really well. But we did better," he said in his post-match press conference.

"It will definitely be a more competitive title race than last season."

Can Fall Anytime

Ancelotti is aware of their impressive performances will stop at any time. Whether it's Madrid or Barcelona will end up losing.

The moment he is most worried about will be after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is over. The possibility of players can perform worse or injury will be more wide open.

"I think it will be a strange season and we don't want to know what will happen after the World Cup. We or Barcelona can fail in the future, as Atletico suffered in the beginning," said Ancelotti.

Best After 54 Years

Madrid has an amazing record in terms of never losing at the start of the season in all competitions. According to SportsMole, the record was recorded in the 1961/1962 and 1968/1969 seasons.

In both seasons, Madrid managed to win in eleven consecutive games. Madrid then won the Spanish League in both seasons, but both failed to win the Champions League in the same season.

With nine consecutive victories achieved by Madrid in the 2022/2023 season, they have now scored the second best record in the team's history.

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