Real Madrid 1-2 Levante: Lopetegui may not last the weekend

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Real Madrid suffer worst goal drought in their history as they lose to Levante

Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui said he did not fear for his job after his side lost 2-1 to Levante at the Bernabeu and chalked up the club's longest ever run without a goal, saying "football had been unjust".

Real Madrid reached the worst scoring drought in its history in a 2-1 home loss to Levante in the Spanish league on Saturday.

Brazilian defender Marcelo Vieira, French forward Karim Benzema and Welsh forward Gareth Bale all participated in the session led by head coach Julen Lopetegui.

"Absolutely, [I feel supported by the club], I'm calm in this moment and focused on my work", he explained in his pre-match press conference.

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Madrid is fifth in the table but, given it is kicking off before its rivals this matchday, would jump top with a win over Levante. "We had 33 shots and not one ball went in", Marcelo said of the game. "He is very clear with us and the relationship is very good with the players".

As if that weren't enough, Conte neither confirmed, nor denied the reports, with his agent Pastorello writing to "El Partidazo de COPE" to say: "I'm sorry, but he doesn't want to talk about his siituation".

Levante were two up in 13 minutes and both came from Varane mistakes. Roger scored from the penalty spot after Varane had handballed.

For the rest of the half, Madrid were scatty and imprecise, their finishing spoiled by bad luck but a lack of composure too.

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Real had the ball in the back of the net five minutes later but Marco Asensio's strike was ruled out by VAR for an offside.

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.

At half-time, there were a scattering of white handkerchiefs - the traditional expression of discontent - but more whistles. Finally, Madrid scored, with that pair involved again as Bale flicked to Benzema at the back post.

The Brazilian full-back's goal ended a run of 482 minutes without a goal, although it could not prevent them from losing.

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