Julen Lopetegui's Real Madrid are enduring a dismal run in front of goal at present, their worst since April 1985.
Real Madrid are suffering their worst goal drought in 33 years following a stunning 1-0 loss at Deportivo Alaves on Saturday.
Manu Garcia's last-gasp header earned a shock win for the minnows, at the end of another toothless attacking display from Madrid.
Julen Lopetegui's side have now failed to score in four consecutive games in all competitions, having also drawn blanks against Sevilla, Atletico Madrid and CSKA Moscow.
Madrid last went four matches without scoring way back in April 1985, during a streak that ultimately stretched to five fixtures.
1985 - Real Madrid have failed to score in four consecutive games in all competitions for the first time since April 1985 (five), their worst run ever. Drought pic.twitter.com/Hrej7ojkM4— OptaJose (@OptaJose) October 6, 2018
After the international break, Los Blancos will aim to end their barren run in a home game against Levante on October 20.