The best winning streaks in Europe this season REVEALED!

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first_img 3 3 Joint third: With eight consecutive wins in the Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 respectively, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Lazio and Marseille can boast the third longest winning streaks in Europe’s top 10 leagues in the 2014/15 season. Click the arrow above, right, to find out which club has the second best run of league wins this season! – Arsenal’s eight-game winning streak in the Premier League came to an end last weekend with a 0-0 draw against Chelsea, scuppering Gunners hopes of matching their Premier League record run of consecutive victories, set in 2002. Lazio’s eight game run lifted the club from sixth to second in Serie A, coming to an end with defeat against champions-elect Juventus on 18 April, but they are currently a point clear of third-placed city rivals Roma. Marseille won eight games in a row early on to lead Ligue 1, but relinquished top spot early in 2015 and are now on a run of four consecutive defeats, dropping them to fifth and leaving Champions League football a fading possibility. Only Bayern out of this quartet sit top of their league, with Pep Guardiola’s team already crowned champions. As are the next team in our list – click right to find out who they are! In second place, with 11 straight Eredivisie wins, it’s Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven, who won 11 on the bounce to help secure their first Eredivisie title in six years. Click the arrow above, right, to see which club has enjoyed the best sequence of victories in Europe’s top 10 leagues this season – Winning their 22nd Eredivisie title this season, the Red and Whites went three months unbeaten, until their 11-game winning streak came to an end with a 3-1 defeat to second placed Ajax. Still, they won the division comfortably! Only the top 10 leagues in Europe included, as per UEFA’s national co-efficient rankings.All statistics correct on 28 April 2015. In first place, it’s Real Madrid, who notched up 12 Liga wins in a row between September and December 2014 – From their 8-2 win away to Deportivo La Coruna on 20 September to a 4-1 win at Almeria on 12 December, Carlo Ancelotti’s side couldn’t stop winning in the Spanish top flight. This spell included a 3-1 Clasico victory over Barcelona at the Bernabeu and in those 12 consecutive league games, Los Blancos scored a whopping 68 goals. At time of writing, though, they trail Barcelona by two points with five games to go, thanks to the Catalans winning 14 of their last 16 league games, while Real lost two and drew one of four games in March. Madrid are now on a run of five consecutive Liga victories and will probably need to extend that run to 10 if they are to overhaul Barca. 3last_img

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