Red Star Belgrade or Servena Zvezda, a strong team in the Serbian league made a great record before dealing with Manchester City. When they went undefeated in home league games for a world record 122 matches.
Red Star Belgrade of manager Barak Baja recently defeated Mladost 3-1 in the Serbian Super League last weekend. Ready to extend the record of not losing home league games to 122 matches ทางเข้า UFABET
Red Star Belgrade’s strong performance has become a new world record of 122 consecutive home matches unbeaten, breaking the previous record of 121 matches held by Real Madrid, Spain’s top team, during the period. From 1957 to 1965, the great era won the European Cup 5 times in a row.
Red Star Belgrade’s 122-match unbeaten record at home began in April 2017, or 6 and a half years ago. Before dragging on until now with 110 wins and 12 draws.
However, Red Star Belgrade’s performance in the UEFA Champions League is contrary to their performance in the league. Because throughout the first 5 matches of the group stage. They lost 4 matches and drew 1 match, with only one point. Eliminated earlier and will play its final match by welcoming Manchester City, who have already qualified as group champions, on Wednesday, December 13.