Saturday 31 December 2016

'The New Saints' Break 44 Years Football Record For Most Consecutive Wins

Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints have beaten Ajax's 44-year-old world record for the longest winning streak in top-flight football. TNS secured a 2-0 win over Cefn Druids on Friday to secure their 27th straight win, eclipsing the mark set by the Dutch giants in 1972.

Aeron Edwards opened the scoring and Jon Routledge added a long-range effort late on to seal victory and secure the club's place in the record books in front of 662 fans at the Rock Stadium.
TNS owner and chairman Mike Harris It's a fantastic achievement and I believe there is more success to come at Park Hall. I used to watch Ajax and never believed I would one day be with a team that could beat their record.”

The record-breaking club beat Druids 4-0 on Boxing Day to match the record and enjoy a 21-point lead at the top of the table after winning all 21 league games this season.

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