The Levante has three consecutive defeats in the League and if he loses this Friday in Vigo against Celta, the coach Paco López will match his worst streak since he has led the Valencian team in the First Division.
Levante faces the thirty-fourth day of the championship in a complicated situation after having lost to Villarreal (1-5), Sevilla (0-1) and Elche (1-0).
In addition, the azulgrana box he has only added six points out of the twenty-four possible of the last eight days, just since he was eliminated by Athletic Club in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey.
This same season he already experienced a similar streak, losing consecutively to Sevilla, Real Madrid and Athletic Club and then drawing five more games in a losing streak that put the Silla coach on the ropes.
Paco López has only had a worse drought as a coach del Levante and it was when he linked four games lost in the League between January 4 and February 2, 2020 by losing to Atlético de Madrid, Alavés, Osasuna and Barcelona.
Curiously, the previous time that Levante fell in four straight games in the league it was before drawing at home against Espanyol on March 4, 2018, the date on which Juan was dismissed Ramón López Muñiz and Paco López he replaced him in office.
Despite the negative dynamics of the Valencian team, it still maintains a nine-point advantage over the relegation zone and occupies twelfth position in the table.
After Celta in Vigo, Levante will face Alavés, Barcelona, Getafe and Cádiz until the end of the year.