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La Liga – Round Twenty One

Top Four:
  1. Real Madrid
  2. Barcelona
  3. Sevilla
  4. Atletico Madrid
Bottom Four:
  1.  Leganes
  2.  Sporting Gijon
  3.  Granada
  4. Osasuna

 

February 3, 2017

Deportivo La Coruña                -(Postponed)-            Real Betis

 

February 4, 2017

Malaga                                0-1                    Espanyol

                                                                  Pablo Piatti 17’

Malaga CF v RCD Espanyol - La Liga : News Photo

Upon all their efforts, Malaga suffered a home defeat to Espanyol after conceding an early goal.  The defeat opened a ten-point gap between the two sides in the league standings.

 

Barcelona                             3-0                  Athletic Club

Francisco Alcacer 18’

Lionel Messi 40’

Aleix Vidal 67’

FC Barcelona v Athletic Club - La Liga : News Photo

Barcelona picked up three points in their home fixture against Athletic Club.  

 

If Barcelona should have a chance in defending their title, this is the kind of results they need to produce.

 

Atletico Madrid                       2-0                 Leganes

Fernando Torres 15’ 51’

Club Atletico de Madrid v CD Leganes - La Liga : News Photo

Fernando Torres scored a goal in each half to help Atletico Madrid to a victory over recently promoted Leganes.

 

Valencia                                 0-4                    Eibar

                                                                     Sergi Enrich 28’ 77’

                                                                     Adrian Gonzalez 45’+3’

                                                                     Dani Garcia 57’

Valencia CF v SD Eibar - La Liga : News Photo

It was a consecutive league defeat for Valencia after they were hammered ‘4-0’ at home by Eibar.
Valencia played the entirety of the second half with fewer men after Carlos Soler was sent off late in the first half.

 

February 5, 2017

Sevilla                                0-0                           Villarreal

Sevilla dropped to third place in the league standings after being held to a goalless draw at home by Villarreal.

Samir Nasri failed to converts a penalty in the 49th minutes that could have given Sevilla a victory.

 

Sporting Gijon                                2-4                          Alaves

Lacina Traore 84’                                                         Ruben Sobrino 10’

Carlos Castro 90’                                                         Christian Santos 58’(pen)

                                                                                    Edgar Antonio Mendez 70’(pen)

                                                                                    Alexis 85’

Real Sporting de Gijon v Deportivo Alaves - La Liga : News Photo

Quick attacking play and a couple of penalties gave way for newly promoted Alaves to grab three away points over Sporting Gijon.

 

Real Sociedad                                3-2                            Osasuna

Raul Navas 63’                                                               Kenan Kodro 25’

Carlos Vela 73’                                                               Sergio Leon 79’

Juanmi 77’

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

Despite an early lead, Osasuna remained the bottom of the league standings after failing to yet again to get another win in the 2016-17 La Liga season.

 

Celta Vigo                                 -Postponed-                   Real Madrid

 

February 6, 2017

Granada                                         1-0                                Las Palmas

Andreas Pereira 17’

 

Granada got their second victory in the league.

Granada did everything to protect an early lead to secure a home win over Las Palmas.
The defeat kept Las Palmas out of the top half of the league standings.

 

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