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La Liga – Round 28

 

Top Four

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

Bottom Four

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

 

Goals Scored:: 24

March 17, 2017

Las Palmas       1-0       Villarreal

Kevin-Prince Boateng 10’

FBL-ESP-LIGA-LASPALMAS-VILLARREAL : News Photo

Las Palmas deservingly got the only goal of the match to get an away win that saw them bounce back into the back to winning ways in the league.

 

March 18, 2017

Eibar       1-1      Espanyol

Kiki 20’                      Jose Manuel Jurado 50’

 

Too close to find a difference between the two sides. After playing out a’3-3’ draw in their first league meeting of the season, Eibar and Espanyol gave us another draw, this time around with fewer goals.

 

Athletic Club     1-2      Real Madrid

Aritz Aduriz 65’                       Karim Benzema 25’
                                                    Casemiro 68’

Athletic Club v Real Madrid CF - La Liga : News Photo

 

Real Madrid moves closer to a league title after defeating Athletic Club to another ‘2-1’ score line.

 

Alavés          1-0       Real Sociedad

Deyverson 44’

FBL-ESP-LIGA-ALAVES-REALSOCIEDAD : News Photo

Alaves has gone three games without a league victory. Deyverson’s late first-half goal gave Alaves a home victory over Real Sociedad and cut down the point-gap between the two teams in the league standings.

 

Real Betis         2-0      Osasuna

Rafa Navarro 4’
Ruben Castro 28’

Osasuna remains at the bottom of the league table and with just a league victory in 28 matches.

 

March 19, 2017

Leganes        0-0       Malaga

It was a goalless draw between Leganes and Malaga.  Malaga maintains a point over Leganes in the league standings.

 

Atletico Madrid     3-1   Sevilla

Diego Godin 37’                        Joaquin Correa 85’
Antoine Griezmann 61’
Koke 77’

Club Atletico de Madrid v Sevilla FC - La Liga : News Photo

This match was viewed as a must-win fixture for Atletico Madrid to enhance their odds of finishing in a position that will give them direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League.

Atletico Madrid closed in on the top three by getting two points away from Sevilla in the league standings.

 

Sporting Gijon    3-1   Granada

Lacina Traore 60’                   Sverrir Ingi Ingason 51’
Jean-Sylvain Babin 64’
Carlos Carmona 67’

 

Sporting Gijon moved closer to the exit of the relegation zone after coming from a goal down to score three in the space of 7 minutes for a home victory over a fellow relegation-zoned side; Granada.

 

Deportivo La Coruna   0-1   Celta Vigo

                                                                 Iago Aspas 74’

Iago Aspas scored the only goal for Celta Vigo to do a league double over La Coruna.

 

Barcelona        4-2       Valencia

Luis Suarez 35’                          Eliaquim Mangala 29’
Lionel Messi 45’(pen) 52’        Munir El Haddadi 45’+1’
Andre Gomes 89’

FC Barcelona v Valencia CF - La Liga : News Photo

Lionel Messi scored a brace as FC Barcelona scored two unanswered second-half goals to defeat a 10-man Valencia team.

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