On Sunday evening, the Italian national football team broke a world record, synonymous with playing 36 consecutive unbeaten international matches.
This came after Italy drew negatively with the Swiss host, in a match played within the framework of the fifth round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, for the European region.
The Italian national team participated with Brazil and Spain in the number of “35” consecutive international matches without a loss, before it was unique in this global excellence.
Since their 1-0 loss to Portugal on October 9, 2018, in the UEFA Nations League competition. The Cubs of Italian national footballer Roberto Mancini played 36 consecutive international matches (counting against Switzerland), without falling into the trap of losing.
As for the Algerian national team, it has played 28 unbeaten international matches. Leading the list in Africa.