Bayern Munich 19 games unbeaten run came to end in the first leg quarter-finals against Paris saint german this season. The French champions stun the german champions by beating them 3-2. Bayern Munich now has the record of being the second team with the longest unbeaten runs in the UEFA champions league history.
Manchester united dominated the top ten list of teams with the longest unbeaten runs in the Champions league history. They are also the only team that played over 20 Consecutive games in the Champions league without losing any single game. They set their record from 2007 to 2009. Manchester united were also ranked 6th and 7th on the list. This shows that During the time of sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester united dominated Europe.
Because of these unbeaten runs, sir Alex Ferguson is still the manager who have the most wins in the UEFA Champions league history. Despite the fact he retired after 2012/13 season. No manager have been able to win more games than him the competition. The first image shows the team and the number of games they played in the champions league without losing any game.
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