Real Madrid beat the record for goals in a league: 109

Real Madrid beat the record for goals in one season (Spanish League) after the 0-1 scored by Khedira at the Camp Nou in the Classic. It was the goal 108. Then Cristiano made ​​the 109, two more than white team got in the season 89-90, with John Benjamin Toshack on the bench and the Butragueño's gang on the field.

Record for goals in a Spanish League season: 109

In the last two seasons Real Madrid had threatened that record with 102 goals, but got over this season when there are still four games to go until the championship end. Keeping the progression, Madrid would reach to 123 goals, 3.2 per game. Jose Mourinho is also the first Real Madrid coach to reach the 100 goal mark in two different seasons at the helm of the team.

Real Madrid players have tallied 63 of their 109 goals at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, making this their third best run as locals in the 81 league championships they have played in. They have established a new personal best with 46 goals netted in away clashes.

Fourteen players on Mourinho's squad have helped tally goals this season. Cristiano Ronaldo (42), Higuain (21) and Benzema (18) are the team's top scorers. However, the man who broke the record was Khedira, who had only scored one before. The distribution of goals is as follows: Cristiano Ronaldo (42), Higuaín (21), Benzema (18), Di María (5), Kaká (5), Callejón (5), Marcelo (3), Ramos (3), Khedira (2), Özil (1), Xabi Alonso (1), Pepe (1), Varane (1) and Altintop (1).

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