Under Lopetegui, Madrid are now on a five-game winless streak and their longest scoring drought ever.
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Lopetegui is under fire with Madrid on a five-game winless streak that included their longest scoring drought ever.Fans loudly jeered the team and coach after Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Levante and, although Lopetegui is only a few months into the job, many already want him out.Captain Sergio Ramos had already come out in support of Lopetegui after the loss to Levante, the team's third straight in all competitions.Madrid are seventh in the Spanish league with 14 points, four fewer than leaders Barcelona after nine matches.Even if Madrid get past Viktoria Plzen, Lopetegui will still have to survive the "clasico" at Barcelona next Sunday.
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