Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui to be fired in 24 hours?

Doug Mendoza
October 21, 2018

However, one Real Madrid fan believes the club lost something even more important when Ronaldo left.

The winger got himself on the scoresheet in an important victory for his side, as Real Madrid's crisis continued.

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.

"Right now that [his position] is the last thing that I'm thinking about", Lopetegui said. "We have to figure out what we've been doing wrong". The ball is not going in.

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Jose Luis Morales and Roger Marti gave the visitors a two-goal lead within 13 minutes of the game, to heap more pressure on the European champions. But the decorated France global, fresh from winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup, has struggled this season and was particularly culpable in this game. But the more worrying aspect for Lopetegui is the results, something that his predecessor Zinedine Zidane used to grind out when in charge of the Spanish club.

A four-time Champions League victor, Madrid have come to rely on Varane.

Before Marcelo struck, Real's last goal in any competition had come in a 1-0 win against Espanyol on September 22, with them failing to score in their following games with Sevilla, Atletico Madrid, CSKA Moscow and Alaves.

Real host Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League on Tuesday before a crunch game away to arch rivals Barcelona next Sunday and the coach admitted his team need to have a meeting to address their failures in front of goal.

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