MADRID — It just keeps getting worse for Clarence Seedorf with Deportivo La Coruna.

Deportivo lost 3-0 at Getafe in the Spanish league on Wednesday, remaining winless and scoreless since the former Dutch midfielder took over as coach four rounds ago.

Deportivo hasn’t won in 11 straight matches and is second-to-last in the standings, in the relegation zone.

It lost its first two matches under Seedorf and drew the third one, all without scoring. This is Seedorf’s third attempt at coaching after brief stints with AC Milan in 2014 and a Chinese club in 2016.

Also Wednesday, Valencia was held to 1-1 draw by Athletic Bilbao, missing a chance to overtake Real Madrid for third place.

Geoffrey Kondogbia put Valencia ahead midway through the first half, but Oscar De Marcos equalized for the hosts shortly after halftime at San Mames Stadium in Bilbao.

Athletic missed a penalty kick with Valencia leading 1-0, as Aritz Aduriz’s shot was stopped by goalkeeper Neto.

The result left Valencia one point behind Madrid, which on Tuesday lost 1-0 at Espanyol without Cristiano Ronaldo and other regular starters.

Fifth-place Sevilla moved within eight points of Valencia by defeating last-place Malaga 1-0 with an early goal by forward Joaquin Correa.

There was a minute of silence before matches to honor former Barcelona and Sporting Gijon striker Enrique Castro “Quini,” who died of a heart attack on Tuesday. He was 68.

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