"The goals will come, I have no doubt about that".
Atletico coach Diego Simeone had a different view of the game when speaking to the press, with the Argentine saying that on balance the draw had been a fair result as each team had dominated one half.More news: Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo accused of sexually assaulting woman
The Spanish club stated: "After observing the different use and consultation that has been made of the VAR in similar plays in several matches during this day, Atletico Madrid will request this Monday a clarification to the Technical Committee of Referees on this type of situation". I guess they did not stop the play because they saw it in a normal play, because it's interpretable.
The first big week of the season, with games against Sevilla and Atletico, has left doubts after Real only added a point and didn't score a single goal.More news: Our opinion: Get vaccinated for flu season
Real Madrid will return to action Tuesday as they travel to Russian Federation to face CSKA Moscow in the second Champions League group stage match of the campaign.
Real responded quickly with their own best chance of the half as Gareth Bale snuck in at the back post to meet a Toni Kroos free kick, flashing his cushioned volley across the face of goal and inches past the far post. Real Madrid is tied with FC Barcelona on top of the table with 14 points through seven matches, Lopetegui is surely disappointed his team was unable to take advantage of Barca dropping points in back-to-back matches.More news: Jefferson Airplane singer, co-founder Marty Balin dies