Domestic Leagues

As it stands in the final days of the 2018/19 Italian Serie A and the Spanish La Liga.

Serie A – Round 34
April 27, 2019
Bologna 3-1 Empoli
Bologna – Roberto Soriano 51’ Riccardo Orsolini 82’ Nicola Sansone 90+5’
Empoli – Marko Pajac 17’

Roma 3-0 Cagliari
Roma – Federico Fazio 5’ Janier Pastore 8’ Aleksandar Kolarov 86’

Inter Milan 1-1 Juventus
Inter Milan -Radja Nainggolan 7’
Juventus – Cristiano Ronaldo 62’

April 28, 2019
Frosinone 0-2 Napoli
Napoli – Dries Mertens 19’ Amin Younes 49’

Chievo Verona 1-1 Parma
Chievo Verona – Riccardo Meggiorini 66’
Parma – Juraj Kucka 38’

SPAL 1-1 Genoa
SPAL – Felipe 36’
Genoa – Gianluca Lapadula 57’

Sampdoria 1-2 Lazio
Sampdoria – Fabio Qualiarella 57’
Lazio – Felipe Caicedo 3’ 19’

Torino 2-0 AC Milan
Torino – Andrea Belotti 58’ Alex Berenguer 69’

April 29, 2019
Atalanta 2-0 Udinese
Atalanta – Marten de Roon 82’(pen) Mario Pasalic 85’

Fiorentina 0-1 Sassuolo
Sassuolo – Domenico Berardi 37’

Juventus and Napoli(virtually) have picked up 2/4 Champions League tickets for the 2019/20 season, while Inter Milan gets a little comfortable with their lead to pick up one of the final two tickets.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 600 club career goal to get Juventus on level terms at the San Siro. With the league title sealed, Juventus is just on the hunt for records and pride. Inter Milan looks secure in their position to return to the Champions League with the outcome.

Napoli did the expected against relegation-threatened Frosinone by taking the maximum points. Napoli is a point away from having UCL secured.

Relegated Chievo Verona went two matches without defeat after coming from behind to get a draw against Parma

Fabio Quagliarella added another goal to his tally but his Sampdoria side suffered their 4th defeat in 5 league matches after a home defeat against Lazio.

AC Milan’s Champions League dreams took a major blow after defeat to Torino.

Atalanta moved into fourth place after beating Udinese through two goals in the final 10 minutes of regulated time. After getting into the Coppa Italia finale, Atalanta now has a shot of getting Champions League football for the coming season. Udinese is four points out of the relegation zone with 12 points left in the league for each team.

Sassuolo picked up a road win in Florence to move above Fiorentina in the league standings.

La Liga – Round 35
April 27, 2019
Athletic Club 1-1 Alaves
Athletic Club – Benat Etxebarria 41’
Alaves – Borja Baston 45’

Atletico Madrid 1-0 Real Valladolid
Atletico Madrid – Joaquin Fernandez 66’(o.g)

Leganes 0-0 Celta Vigo

Barcelona 1-0 Levante
Barcelona – Lionel Messi 62’

April 28, 2019
Valencia 0-1 Eibar
Eibar – Charles 90+3’

Girona 1-0 Sevilla
Girona – Cristian Portu 62’

Real Sociedad 2-1 Getafe
Real Sociedad – Willian Jose 21’(pen) Mikel Oyarzabal 53’
Getafe – Samu Saiz 89’

Villarreal 1-1 Huesca
Villarreal – Pablo Fornals 30’
Huesca – Ezequiel Avila 78’

Rayo Vallecano 1-0 Real Madrid
Rayo Vallecano – Adrian Embarba 23’(pen)

April 29, 2019
Real Betis 1-1 Espanyol
Real Betis – Zouhair Feddal 90+4’
Espanyol – Sergi Darder 37’

Congratulations to FC Barcelona on another title win.

Atletico Madrid did Barcelona no favors and got a win to help their chances of finishing second in the league.

Lionel Messi comes off the bench and scored the winning goal for Barcelona to win the league title in front of their home supporters.

Despite being beaten, Getafe holds on to the fourth place. A ‘2-1’ defeat against Real Sociedad didn’t cost Getafe their Champions League ambitions because of Sevilla’s shocking defeat at Girona. Both Getafe and Sevilla were helped by Eibar win against Valencia, while Valencia benefited from Athletic Club’s failure to get home win against Alaves. Everyone had their luck. Girona’s win against Sevilla comes in handy in their battle to avoid relegation.

Celta Vigo picked up another point from a goalless draw with Leganes to take advantage of Levante’s defeat at the Camp Nou to Barcelona.

Bottom table Huesca came from behind to pick up a point against Villarreal.

Real Madrid is beaten away by relegation zoned Rayo Vallecano. It was an important result for Rayo’s bid to survive another season in the top flight.

A late injury-time goal from Zoubar Feddal saved Real Betis from suffering a defeat at home to Espanyol. One league win in the last 8 matches for Real Betis, and it could have been a 4th straight defeat.

Lionel Messi is the top scorer with 34 goals (13 more than any other player)

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