Levante revitalised the title race on Saturday afternoon by beating Atletico Madrid 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano in La Liga.
Jose Luis Morales took the lead on the stroke of the half-hour before Jorge de Frutos doubled their advantage at the death.
If Los Rojiblancos had won they would have opened up a nine-point gap to Real Madrid at the top of the table, but instead Los Blancos have the opportunity to pull it back to three points when they play Real Valladolid tonight.
Atletico also no longer have any games in hand. For Levante, the result takes them to eighth in the table, five points behind Villarreal in seventh.
Atletico face a challenging run. They play Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League last 16 before travelling to Villarreal and then hosting Real Madrid.
Cholo Simeone’s men then play Athletic Bilbao and Getafe before the second leg with Chelsea.
Napoli forward Victor Osimhen said ‘asking a relative of mine is not the same thing as asking me directly’ after his brother Andrew criticised the Partenopei.
In an interview with Radio Marte, according to Football Italia, Osimhen’s brother said the Azzurri must play ‘more as a team and more for him’.
The Nigerian forward has posted a story on Instagram to say that his brother is not his ‘spokesperson’ and declared his love for the Partenopei.
“I wish to make it clear that asking for a football-related opinion to a relative of mine is not the same as asking me directly,” Osimhen wrote in a story on Instagram.
“I love Napoli, the club, my coach, and my team. I especially love my teammates and I hope to continue growing and improving to help them even more.
“This is my official opinion, and I ask you to respect it…no one is my spokesperson or whatsoever.”
Osimhen su Instagram: “Chiedere opinioni ad un parente non è come chiederle a me. Amo il #Napoli, il mister e i compagni, spero di migliorare per aiutarli. Chiedo rispetto per la mia opinione, nessuno è un portavoce o altro”. Nei giorni scorsi aveva parlato il fratello Andrew pic.twitter.com/3C9iMmkG8I