Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti was livid with his side after they “gave away two points” in Sunday’s 3-3 LaLiga draw with Levante.
Madrid seemed in control leading 1-0 at the break following Gareth Bale’s first LaLiga goal since 2019 but conceded two goals within 12 minutes of the restart to trail 2-1.
Vinicius Junior pulled a goal back in the 73rd minute before Rober restored Levante’s lead with the Brazilian finding a leveler with five minutes to go.
“It was crazy, after controlling the first half well,” Ancelotti told Marca. “We have given away two points after a very good first half.
“It is difficult to explain, we had to pay attention to any detail. We leave with a bad taste in our mouths. We have to be more attentive.”
Los Blancos had started their LaLiga campaign with a strong 4-1 win away to Alaves but the Italian bemoaned his side’s second-half attitude against Levante.
“The first half was very good,” Ancelotti said. “In the second we did not enter with a good attitude. It was not a good response.”
@MrAncelotti: ”I think we played very well in the first part. We were compact and we worked together. We went into the second half differently, because we conceded a goal that could have been avoided. We all need to work more in defense.” pic.twitter.com/5VbC9oVI18
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