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Europe's unbeaten clubs
March 1st, 2010 11:59PM
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[MAKING A LIST] Bayer Leverkusen set a German Bundesliga record for most games without a loss to start the season Saturday when it tied Cologne, 0-0, and extended its unbeaten streak to 24 games. It's bidding to become the first German teams to go unbeaten in modern history. Here are the team who have gone unbeaten in Europe's major leagues over the last 50 years.

*finished in second place.

Belgium
none

England
2003-04 Arsenal (26 wins, 12 ties)

France
none


Germany
none

Greece
1963-64 Panathinaikos (24 wins, 6 ties)

Italy
1978-79 *Perugia (11 wins, 19 ties)
1991-92 AC Milan (22 wins, 12 ties)

Netherlands
1994-95 Ajax (27 wins, 7 ties)

Portugal
1972-73 Benfica (28 wins, 2 ties)
1977-78 *Benfica (21 wins, 9 ties)

Scotland
none

Turkey
1985-86 *Galatasaray (20 wins, 16 ties)
1991-92 Besiktas (23 wins, 7 ties)



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