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Are Gladbach the cleanest team of all time?


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You might have seen Gladbach's 1-0 win at Schalke yesterday on TV. What has come to light today in the statistics is that they only committed 1 foul in the whole 90 minutes. The previous Bundesliga record low was 6 apparently.


Does anyone know of any team that committed no fouls at all?

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A few years ago I watched a Non league side on TV play bravely against I think a Premiership side (It might be a Championship side). They lead the game 2-0 for the majority of the game but one of their defenders brought down a player inside the penalty box, the ref straight red carded the player and the Non League team went on to lose.

That was the only foul mentioned, the commentators kept going on about them being scared to go in with challenges and that the club had issued a warning to the players (or something along those lines).

Does anyone else remember this?

Well Done to Gladbach though, I'm not sure any English teams could do it in the top flight.

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