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What is the record for a team being awarded a penalty in consecutive soccer matches?

Leicester City FC currently have 5 in a row, all being converted by the same person, and have 8 for the season.

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I think the record you gave there could be the answer. I asked the question on the Guardian knowledge section and no one could give me an answer. So five awarded in a row could be the answer. –  RoB Mar 13 at 17:03
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Should be in different games?? according to a newpaper in argentina (the newspaper is a good one) we have a team with 6 penalties in 5 matches, and the record is holded by another team with 7 penalties (I'm trying to look for in how many games) –  gbianchi Mar 13 at 18:19
    
@gbianchi bear in mind that "6 in 5 matches" does not imply they were consecutive: there might still be a match without penalties in the middle. –  Lohoris Mar 19 at 12:06
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@Lohoris They were in consecutives matches.. mundod.lavoz.com.ar/futbol/… link is in spanish... –  gbianchi Mar 19 at 13:30
    
@gbianchi So 6 in 5 matches seems to be the record? You should put it as the answer below if it seems legitimate –  RoB Mar 24 at 11:36

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According to this on line newspaper (that has his corresponding real version), the record is holded by a team with 7 penalties (but it doesn't said in how many matches).

But it has info about this team, Talleres de cordoba, who in 1952 has 6 penalties in 5 consecutives matches.

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