Vinicius at Real Madrid vs. Levante: José Luis Morales was consoled by the Brazilian after descending from LaLiga Santander | VIDEO | Spain | FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

Levante fell beaten before Real Madrid 6-0 and will have to play the Spanish Second Division next season. The Granote team needed to win to arrive alive in the last days of the tournament, but they did not succeed and became the first descended from LaLiga Santander.

Jose Luis Moralescaptain of the team led by Alessio Lisci, spoke with Movistar after the game and made it clear that the players are solely responsible for what happened tonight at the Santiago Bernabéu.

“First of all, I would like to thank our fans, they have always accompanied us, but unfortunately we have not been up to the task”, The 34-year-old footballer started. “We apologize, it’s very hard,” he continued.

“Forgive our families, yours. The only thing that comes to mind is to come back here next year, where this club deserves to be. We are the main culprits, we are the ones who played, the ones who have gone 27 days without winning and have reacted late”, Morales added.

In the middle of the conversation, Vinicius Juniorwho shone in the game with a hat trick, Jose Luis approached and gave him a hug, consoling him for not having been able to achieve the goal on matchday 36 of the tournament.

“It has to help us to know what we have done wrong and make a good project to return to the First Division”. Finally, he highlighted the difficulty of having to score points in the madridist arena, the Levante player concluded.

Real Madrid vs. Levante: what’s coming for both

Real Madrid has its head set on the Champions League final against Liverpool, which will be played on May 28 in Paris; however, before that he will have to finish playing the games he has left in LaLiga.

Next Sunday, May 15, those led by Ancelotti will face Cádiz on a visit at 12:30 pm and then they will have to host Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabéu on Sunday, the 22nd of this month.

Levante, for its part, is sentenced to relegation. Next Sunday they will host Alavés and, on the last day, they will visit Rayo Vallecano in Vallecas, hoping to close the season in the best possible way.

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