Primera División (La Liga)

Lionel Messi picked up his record-equaling 6th ‘Pichichi’ as the 2018/19 La Liga season comes to an end.

 

Lionel Messi equaled Telmo Zarra’s record for the most Pichichi won by a player. Can he do better next season and break the record?
Lionel Messi guided Barcelona to back-to-back title wins while winning his third successive Pichihi trophy and setting himself up for another European Golden Boot.

May 18, 2019
Alaves 2-1 Girona
Alaves -Wakaso Mubarak 40’Jonathan Calleri 83’
Girona – Cristian Portu 86’

Levante 2-2 Atletico Madrid
Levante – Erick Cabaco 6’ Roger 36’
Atletico Madrid – Rodri 68’ Sergio Camello 79’

Sevilla 2-0 Athletic Club
Sevilla – Wissam Ben yedder 44’ Munir El-Haddadi 90+3’

Huesca 2-1 Leganes
Huesca – Martin Mantovani 55’ 83’
Leganes – Martin Mantovani 39’

Getafe 2-2 Villarreal
Getafe – Francisco Portillo13’ Nemanja Maksimovic 76’
Villarreal – Vicente Iborra 44’ Gerard Moreno 87’

Espanyol 2-0 Real Sociedad
Espanyol – Roberto Rosales 58’ Lei Wu 65’

Celta Vigo 2-2 Rayo Vallecano
Celta Vigo – Iago Aspas 82’(pen) 90+2’
Rayo Vallecano – Adrian Embarba 29’(pen) Alvaro Medran 71’

Real Valladolid 0-2 Valencia
Valencia – Carlos Soler 36’ Rodrigo 52’

May 19, 2019
Real Madrid 0-2 Real Betis
Real Betis – Loren Moron 61’ Jese Rodriguez 75’

Eibar 2-2 Barcelona
Eibar – Marc Cucurella 20’ Pablo De Blasis 45+1’
Barcelona – Lionel Messi 31’ 32’

Valencia gets the final Champions League qualifying spot in the league at the expense of Getafe and Sevilla.

None of the top three teams was victorious in the final round of the season. Barcelona and Atletico Madrid matched their opponents in ‘2-2’ draws, while Real Madrid couldn’t give a response at home to suffers a ‘2-0’ defeat to Real Betis.

Levante 2-2 Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid 0-2 Real Betis
Eibar 2-2 Barcelona

Atletico Madrid had to come from 2 goals down to get a draw against Levante, while Lionel Messi got two quick goals against Eibar to help in his race for European Golden Shoe.

Top Goal Scorer – Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
Top Assist – Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 13 | Pablo Sarabia (Sevilla) 13 |
The Zamora Trophy (goalkeeper with the highest {average} clean sheet) – Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid)

Real Valladolid became the only promoted side from the 2017/18 season to remain in the top flight as Huesca and Rayo Vallecano go down after just a season in La Liga. Girona completed the list of teams to be relegated when they kicked off the round with a ‘2-1’ defeat to Alaves.

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