Thirty rounds, 23 wins, seven draws and … zero losses. No sport like this has been seen in nearly 115 years of history. With the victory over Nacional, on Saturday, in Alvalade, the lion of Robin Amorim broke another record, this with half a century of history: surpassed Fernando who won 29 matches without losing, and scored in two different seasons, between 1969/1970 and 1970./1971.
With 76 points added to 30 rounds, Sporting de Robin Amorim had the best result in history when this round was held, equal to the 1979/80 season, with Sporting the same score led by Rodriguez Dias and Fernando Mendes.
The truth is that, until now, Leo has never come close to finishing a tournament without knowing the taste of defeat, an achievement that never materialized. Then he did just four names: two for FC Porto (Andre Velas-Boa in 2010/2011, Vitor Pereira in 2012/2013), and two for Benfica (Jimmy Hagan, 1972/1973, John Mortimore in 1977/1978), always in the 30 tournaments. a tour.
The same means Sporting de Amorim has already matched these marks, upon passing Round 30, and could become the tournament’s first undefeated champ with 34 rounds.
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