Real Madrid record 40 games unbeaten, setting a new Spanish record as Benzema’s goal salvaged a 3-3 draw against Sevilla in the Copa Del Rey second leg at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.
Madrid surpassed the previous record set by arch-rivals Barcelona as the Spanish giant progress to the quarter-finals of Copa del Rey on a 6-3 aggregate.
Having a 3-0 lead from the first leg ignites a huge advantage for Madrid,but things turned pretty awful at first, but Sevilla took advantage at first-half as Danilo careless own goal gave them the lead, Madrid came back with a solo effort from Marco Asensio as the visitors levelled back in the start of the second half.
Just seconds away from full time and seeing Madrid lose to Sevilla, Karim Benzema struck a shot past Sevilla goalkeeper David Soria in the 93rd minute, as Madrid proceed further to the quarter-finals stage of the competition with a 6-3 aggregate.
Picture Credi : metro.co.uk
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