Levante is adrift in this season finale without the goals of José Luis Morales and Roger Martí. Paco López's team is going through a game crisis, both in offensive and defensive matters, a bad moment that is aggravated by the lack of success of his two referents facing the opposite goal.
The 'Commander' and the 'Gunman', with figures that projected them to their best numbers of their career in the First Division, Roger adds eleven and Morales ten, for the 13 and 12 that mark his best season in the elite, they haven't scored since February and March, respectively. Without their goals, Levante have fallen drastically in the standings.
The two top Granotas gunners in the highest category, with 47 and 39 goals to their credit, are not going through their best moment and the team continues to depend on their goals to make a difference. Jorge De Frutos and Gonzalo Melero, with four, stand as the second threat of the team.
Levante is orphaned in attack without the contribution of two of its captains. Both have gone from rubbing shoulders with the best scorers in the championship, to leaving the top-10 in LaLiga to the detriment of other strikers such as Rafa mir or Kike Garcia.
The streak of the last five games matches them with Eibar and Valencia, the bottom and the drama of the competition, with only three points harvested from the last 15. The team has gone to face Villarreal face to face in the slipstream of the European positions to mathematics for a salvation that, despite the fact that it is virtually not in danger, has not just arrived. And is that Levante fades along with Morales and Roger.