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R. Madrid matches woeful record with Sevilla loss

Real Madrid matches woeful 60-year record with loss against Sevilla

September 26, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
Julen Lopetegui's side was not able to match the intensity and accuracy of their hosts, which handed them a heavy 3-0 defeat.

Real Madrid's loss against Sevilla exposed some holes in the team's philosophy, and also matched some unwanted records in their league outings.

Winning a game by a three-goal margin is not easy to accomplish these days, and when a team like Los Blancos is handed such a heavy loss, fans go berserk either trolling them or complaining about the team's performance. 

Sevilla's 3-0 win today gave fans from both sides a chance to do "their thing", with those eager to point out the team's whopping display having the best of times.

Real Madrid's defeat was good enough to match a 60-year old record when playing Sevilla, who showed who it's been so hard for Los Blancos to defeat them at Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in recent years.

"Real Madrid hadn't lost four straight games in Sevilla since 1953-1958."

Additional data makes Real Madrid's loss much more understandable, since Sevilla's stadium has been the cause of nigthmare for Los Blancos in this millennium.

"11 - Ramón Sánchez Pizjuan is the stadium where Real Madrid has lost the most La Liga games in this century. Inferno"

Today's clash also gave fans reasons to question Thibaut Courtois' spot as Real Madrid's No. 1 goalie.

"Games needed to concede 3+ goals defending Real Madrid's goal: Keylor Navas: 16 Thibaut Courtois: 4"

Real Madrid will now try to save face when they meet Atlético Madrid this Saturday, but coach Lopetegui will have to work overtime to make his team work properly against a bitter rival.

 

 


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