Among-st other impressive feats, the Whites took 100 points, scored 121 goals and earned 32 victories
|MOST POINTS EVER TAKEN IN SIX MAIN EUROPEAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS|
The Madridistas took 100 points in 32 victories and four draws, losing only two games in the entire season. No other team has won so many games in La Liga; the previous best mark was Barcelona's and Real Madrid's 31 wins in the 2009/10 campaign.
Twenty (62%) of those victories were heavy victories in which the team scored three or more goals. This is also a new record that improves on Real's own 16 heavy victories of the 1989/90 season.
The Whites turned scores around nine times, also a first in the championship. Real Madrid and Deportivo had done this eight times in the 1996/97 and 2002/03 campaigns, respectively.
Real Madrid also scored a record 121 goals in the competition, largely improving on their own 107 goal record from the 1989/90 campaign. Thanks to conceding only 32 strikes, the Whites earned an unprecedented +89 goal difference.
Real Madrid are also the first team in the history of La Liga that managed to win at the stadiums of seven previous league winners in one season (Deportivo played in the Second Division). They've defeated Barcelona, Atletico, Athletic, Valencia, Real Sociedad, Betis and Sevilla at their home turfs.
|REAL MADRID'S RECORDS IN 2011/12 LA LIGA|
|RECORD||REAL MADRID||FORMER RECORD HOLDER|
|Most points||100||Barcelona: 992009/10|
|Most goals||121||Real Madrid: 107|
|Most victories||32||Real Madrid y Barcelona: 312009/10|
|Most heavy victories (three or more goals)||20||Real Madrid: 16|
|Largest goal difference||+89||Barcelona: +74|
|Most turnarounds||9||Real Madrid, Deportivo: 8|
|Most victories on the road||16||Barcelona: 142008/09, 2009/10|
|Most goals scored on the road||51||Barcelona: 49|
|Most points taken on the road||50||Barcelona:46|
|Most victories at the stadium's of former league champions||Against Barcelona (Camp Nou), Atletico (Calderon), Athletic (San Mames), Valencia (Mestalla), Real Sociedad (Anoeta), Betis (Benito Villamarin) and Sevilla (Sanchez Pizjuan)|
|Victories against every opponent||Twelfth time the team achieves this|