Real Madrid

After watching Real Madrid lose its first match in three months, Carlo Ancelotti had one simple message for his players: The holidays are over.

Madrid’s run of 15 consecutive games without a loss in all competitions came to an end Sunday when it slumped to a 1-0 defeat at modest Getafe

League leaders Madrid fell behind early when Getafe striker Enes Unal stole the ball from defender Éder Militão near the goal and beat Thibaut Courtois

Luka Modric's shot off the woodwork in the first half was as close as Madrid got to an equalizer.

Getafe ends Madrid's unbeaten streak

Even though Madrid remained in control of the league — with an eight-point lead over second-place Sevilla — Ancelotti chastised his team for its attitude.

While Madrid had got back several players — with the important exception of forward Vinícius Júnior, who had been out due to COVID-19

Barcelona earned a 1-0 win at Mallorca with a team badly hit by the coronavirus.

virus-hit Barça wins

The absence of 10 first-team players gave the rarely used Luuk de Jong the chance to finally show his worth as a striker