Crvena Zvezda beat Real Madrid’s world record!

Crvena Zvezda have set a new world record for the longest unbeaten streak of the home games in domestic league. 
Their win over Mladost Lučani (3-1) on 9 December became the 122nd consecutive league game at home without defeat. 
Thus, the red-white Serbian club broke the previous record that belonged to Real Madrid: 121 straight home games in the Spanish La Liga between 1957 to 1965. 
The last home league defeat for Crvena Zvezda dates back to 18 April 2017 (vs the arch-rival Partizan, 1-3). The next home game vs Vojvodina (2-0) on 30 April 2017 put the start of the current historic series.
Here we publish the ranking for longest such streaks in the history of national leagues worldwide. Curiously, Crvena Zvezda have two places on the podium since the all-time 3rd longest run also was achieved by them!  

 TeamGamesLeague Starting DateBreaking Date
1Crvena Zvezda 122Serbia30/04/2017 
2Real Madrid 121Spain17/02/195707/03/1965
3Crvena Zvezda 96Serbia & Montenegro29/08/199807/08/2004
4PSV  93Netherlands17/09/198319/03/1989
5Nantes 92France15/05/197607/04/1981
6Cobreloa 91Chile20/04/198022/09/1985
7Spartak Trnava89Czechoslovakia30/03/196802/04/1974
9Chelsea 86England20/03/200426/10/2008
10Panathinaikos 85Greece08/04/197316/04/1978
11Porto 81Portugal15/11/200823/02/2014
12Carl Zeiss Jena 75East Germany31/08/196830/03/1974
13Bayern München73Germany11/04/197028/09/1974
 Wisla Kraków 73Poland30/09/200111/11/2006