Real Madrid might not be on the form they were last season but are still breaking records.
Los Blancos join an exclusive list of clubs in the top five leagues in Europe to reach the 6000-goal mark, and become the first Spanish side to do so.
Real Madrid scored their 6000th La Liga goal in Sunday’s clash with Real Betis, making them the first club to hit that mark in the Spanish top flight which is a really impressive feat and showed how deadly they’ve in in front of goal since the inception of the La Liga.
Madrid’s third strike of the night — the second from Marco Asensio — pushed Los Blancos up to 6000, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema adding late goals as they stormed from behind to take a 5-3 win over Betis in one of the matches of season.
Only five other teams in Europe’s top five leagues have managed to reach that mark in league play, with all of them in the English top flight.
Everton, Arsenal, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Manchester United have reached 6000 league goals, with the Toffees on the verge of becoming the first club to 7000 goals in the top flight.
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