Notts County tore up the record books and Alan Judge ripped off his shirt on unforgettable 22-game run
IT WAS a run in which Alan Judge ripped off his shirt and Notts County tore up the record books – but, alas, it is all over.
After 22 games, 1,980 minutes and 11 months, Notts County's club record unbeaten away run has been ended – but what a run.
The Magpies not only broke a 41-year-old record of ten league games undefeated they absolutely smashed it.
Set in the club's 150th year, it will now most probably stand for the next 150 years – if not forever.
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It is hard to see it ever being beaten, which was the same for Notts on the road until they lost 2-1 at Leyton Orient in League One last Saturday.
There were so many memorable moments in the run it's hard to pick a best one.
On-loan striker Jonathan Forte hit a 23-minute hat-trick to fire the Magpies to a 4-2 win at Charlton Athletic last March. But even that was topped by their dramatic fightback to beat Wycombe Wanderers in their final away game of last season.
They were losing 3-2 at Adams Park in the dying minutes – but still won 4-3!
Former Nottingham Forest forward Dele Adebola made it 3-3 on 89 minutes and then the Magpies' star midfielder Judge struck a super winner deep into injury time, before celebrating wildly with his team-mates.
That is the most unforgettable moment in a most unforgettable run.
Right: Six of the best in record 22-game unbeaten away run