Nothing lingers from those initial games in which it seemed that the Argentine's arrival pointed to a change in Los Blancos' erratic season.
If in the early games it seemed that even luck had changed and was with Solari and his players, but that isn't the case anymore.
Having completed the Club World Cup challenge and won it once more, aided by River Plate's fall in the semi-finals, the return of LaLiga Santander has ensured that crisis is now the word being associated with them once more.They are 10 points off Barcelona in January and are outside the Champions League qualification positions, keeping the dark clouds over the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
When Julen Lopetegui was dismissed after the 5-1 defeat at the Camp Nou, Real Madrid were seven points off the Blaugrana.
As they woke up on Monday, that gap was now into double figures after their defeat against Real Sociedad and Barcelona's win at Getafe.
Even worse for Real Madrid is that their struggles in recent games have been against teams who are fighting in the bottom half of the table.
They beat Huesca and Rayo Vallecano, but had to suffer and found it hard to do so before being unable to beat Villarreal.
These are three teams who all occupied the relegation positions.
The first defeat for Solari on home turf in the league came against a Real Sociedad side who had changed their coach before the end of the year and came in with four defeats in a row in the league.
In addition, until their victory on Sunday Real Sociedad had only won three times on their previous 71 visits to the stadium.
The 2-0 defeat on Sunday takes Real Madrid's defeats tally for the campaign to nine, with the season starting with a loss in Tallinn against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup.
In 29 games, they have already been beaten in the same amount of matches as they were in the entirety of last season, which lasted 62 games.
That is equivalent to being beaten in 31 percent of games this year, in comparison with 14.5 percent last season.
In addition, there have also been seven matches in which Los Blancos have failed to find the net, something that only happened on six occasions last year.
The 26 goals they have managed in 18 LaLiga Santander games is their lowest amount after that amount of fixtures since their paltry 25 in the 1991/92 season and their six defeats at this point is also the most since 2005/06.
The big problem for Real Madrid is that they have already burned their coaching change card for the campaign.
Sacking Lopetegui and putting Solari in charge, theoretically until 2021, was supposed to placate the problems on the bench.
The passing of each game and the damage that has been done in the first two games of 2019 has weakened Solari's position, not helped by his recent comments.It was a day when Luka Modric could have made excuses about the defeat on Sunday.
There was a penalty was not awarded to Vinicius and they missed a number of chances.But, instead, the Croatian preferred to face up to the team's problems with an open heart and hard comments designed to motivate his teammates, directed at them more than the coach.
"You have to speak clearly, it is not a matter of luck as we are creating a lot but the ball isn't going in and we gave in," he said."There are reasons that explain why things aren't going well.
"The referee didn't have the best day, but our problem is not him or VAR, although they haven't helped us."However, our issues are elsewhere.
"Many of us are not at our best level and we can't take a s**t at the beginning of every game."Sergio Ramos, the side's captain, had thoughts along the same lines, but was more measured in his approach.
"We'll say things to each other's face as that is the way we do it, and we will talk behind closed doors about things to each other," he said."We need a reaction and a change but without pulling our hair out.
"Not picking up three points is making the league more complicated."It doesn't help Real Madrid that their next two league matches are against top opposition like Real Betis and Sevilla.