La Liga – Round 27


Top Four

1. Real Madrid
2. Barcelona
3. Sevilla
4. Atletico Madrid

Bottom Four

17. Leganes
18. Granada
19. Sporting Gijon
20. Osasuna


March 10, 2017

Espanyol         4-3        Las Palmas

David Lopez 1’                            Mauricio Lemos 31’ 49’
Gerard Moreno 45+1                Matteo Exequiel Garcia 84’
Pablo Piatti 53’(pen)  
Jose Manuel Jurado 74’

RCD Espanyol vs Las Palmas - La Liga : News Photo

Espanyol came out on top in a 7-goal thriller against Las Palmas. The victory allowed Espanyol to open a comfortable 7-point gap between the two sides in the league standings.


March 11, 2017

Valencia          1-1         Sporting Gijon

Munir El Haddadi 85’              Duje Cop 60’


Had Daniel Parejo made his penalty kick, Valencia could’ve opened the scoring in this match and might have had the goal that could have given them the maximum points at home.


Sevilla              1-1        Leganes

Stevan Jovetic 43’                Gabriel 3’


Leganes got an early goal and held Sevilla to a point.

For a team that is in the title race, those were two valuable points dropped.


Malaga       1-2       Alaves

Juan Carlos 71’                  Zouhair Feddal 39’
                                             Edgar Antonio Mendez 90’+1’


A late goal in additional time allowed Alaves to steal a win away at Malaga.


Granada     0-1   Atletico Madrid

                                        Antoine Griezmann 84’


Granada couldn’t hold on for the entire match in their attempt to deny Atletico Madrid a victory.


March 12, 2017

Real Sociedad  0-2    Athletic Club

                                                    Raul Garcia 28’(pen)
                                                     Inaki Williams 56’


Athletic Club decreased the gap in points between the two sides in the league standings to four points.


La Coruna       2-1        Barcelona

Joselu 40’                                  Luis Suárez 46’
Alejandro Bergantinos 74’

Deportivo de La Coruna v FC Barcelona - La Liga : News Photo

Deportivo La Coruna shocked Barcelona and the rest of the footballing world.

The result enhanced Real Madrid’s chance of securing a league title after four seasons without.


Celta Vigo    0-1     Villarreal

                                             Roberto Soldado 45’


Villarreal moved into the top five after getting an away victory over Celta Vigo. Roberto Soldado’s late first-half goal was the difference maker.


Real Madrid       2-1        Real Betis

Cristiano Ronaldo 41’                  Antonio Sanabria 24’
Sergio Ramos 81’


Captain Sergio Ramos saved the day again. When his team needs him the most, he does not disappoint.

After Barcelona failed to secure any point against Deportivo La Coruna, Sergio Ramos scored another vital header to send Real Madrid back to the top of the league standings.


March 13, 2017

Osasuna       1-1          Eibar

Kenan Kodro 79’                    Kike 72’


Osasuna came from a goal down to secure a point at home against Eibar but remains at the bottom of the league standings with just a single league victory.


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