There is just no stopping Real Madrid at the moment – and there hasn't been for quite some time now.
Last year's Liga and Champions League winners hit another milestone in the Spanish Super Cup second leg against Barcelona on Wednesday.
Marco Asensio's fourth-minute strike meant the Blancos have set a record for most consecutive games with a goal by any team from a top-five European league.
Madrid would go on to win the match 2-0, clinching the Super Cup with a 5-1 aggregate win.
68 - Real Madrid have scored in their last 68 games in all comps, the longest ever run by a team from the top 5 European leagues. Infallible — OptaJose (@OptaJose) August 16, 2017
With the kind of form Madrid find themselves in, you'd expect Zinedine Zidane's men to add plenty more to that number.