Real Madrid vs. Levante - Football Match Report

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It comes deservingly to Julen Lopetegui who has not been able to deliver at Real Madrid, a club where the standards are higher than anywhere else and results matter over anything else.

Los Blancos are winless in their last four games in all competitions and haven't scored in any of those games, making it just the third time in the club's entire history that they have failed to score in four games and the first time since 1985.

Jose Luis Morales put Levante ahead in the 7th minute, after a defensive slip from Rafael Varane. The spot-kick was eventually awarded, after consultation with the video assistant referee.

The striker's curling 20-yard strike hit the post in the closing stages, and that was the nearest Madrid came to an equaliser, with Mariano's late tap-in ruled out for offside in a match that kept the officials busy.

"I enjoyed it, to win at the Santiago Bernabeu is nice".

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Its slump began with a demoralizing 3-0 loss at Sevilla, then it was held by Atletico Madrid to a 0-0 draw at home in the city derby, lost 1-0 at CSKA Moscow in the Champions League and was beaten 1-0 at Alaves to drop to fifth in the league standings.

Also helped by his woodwork which Madrid struck three times, Olazabal made 11 saves, his best being a close-range block with his leg on Vazquez just before the break.

- They have only scored 12 goals in their opening nine La Liga 2018-2019 games, their worst scoring record since the 2004-2005 season (8).

The hosts thought they had got an immediate foothold back into the clash when Marco Asensio, the last Real player to score, nodded in the rebound after Sergio Ramos' header had had bounced off the crossbar.

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