Levante won in two of their last three visits to the Bernabéu

The Levante will visit this coming Thursday Real Madrid en matchday 36 of LaLiga and he will do so immersed in his fight to avoid relegation and after having won his last visit to the Madrid team, where he has won in two of his last three games and has scored points in three of the four games he has played there in previous seasons.

In the match that both played last season at the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium, Asensio put the locals ahead in the 13th minute but before that there had already been a play that marked the match and that is that Militao fHe was sent off after seven minutes for preventing a clear chance for Levante to score as the last player on his team.

A great goal for the squadand Jose Morales pallowed Levante to match the match after half an hour and, although already in the second half Courtois saved a penalty Roger, the Valencian striker finally managed to score from a corner and completed the comeback.

In that match they played for the local Courtois; Odriozola, Varane, Militao, Mendy; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Marco Asensio (Arribas), Hazard (Vinicius) and Benzema (Mariano). On the part of Levante, Aitor did it; Miramón, Duarte, Postigo, Clerc; Malsa (Bardhi), Radoja, Melero, Morales (Dani Gómez); Sergio León (Rochina) and Roger (Vezo).

That triumph reissued the one he achieved by that same marker in the 2018-19 campaign that meant the ‘sentence’ to Julen Lopetegui as coach of Real Madrid and confirmed Levante’s change in trend during his visits to the Madrid team’s pitch.

After a balance of ten defeats and a single victory (by 0-1 in 2006-07 with a goal from Salva Ballesta), Levante have only lost in one of their last four visits since, in addition to those 1-2, in the 2017-18 campaign both teams signed a tie to one that began the current series of the Valencian team

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