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Sunderland Break English Record For The Longest Home Winless Streak

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Sunderland Break English Record For The Longest Home Winless Streak

Struggling Sunderland have broken an unwanted record, having gone 20 games without a win at home.

The Black Cats are bottom of the Championship, without a manager, and following today's 2-2 draw with Millwall at the Stadium of Light, they now hold the record for the longest ever winless streak in English football.

They aren't too far off going a whole year without winning a game of football on home soil, with their last victory being a 1-0 win over Watford in 17 December 2016, when David Moyes was in charge.

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11 defeats and nine draws in all competitions has been the dire run of form since then, making it a pretty disastrous experience for any Sunderland fan attending the home matches.

You really have to feel for them, but a fair few have been having a laugh about it on social media. Here's some of the reactions:

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Will they be presented with a Guinness world record for their efforts?

Topics: Sunderland, David Moyes, championship

Josh Lawless
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