Midweek football across Europe

La Liga

Valencia moved to second after picking up an away victory. Maximiliano Gomez scored the only goal of the match in the 75th minute to give Valencia a 1-0 win against Real Sociedad.

Getafe sts on top of the league after a 3-0 win against Real Betis.

Atletico Madrid dropped their first set of points after a goalless draw with Huesca.

Paco Alcacer scored a brace as Villarral took the three points at home against Alaves.

Newly promoted Elche held on to a first-half lead to win at Eibar, and with two players sent off on a red card, newly-promoted Cadiz were able to pick up a win away against Athletic Club.

Vinicius Junior scored the only goal of the match for Real Madrid to get their first consecutive win of the season.

In a game that looked to be ending in a goalless draw, Youssed En-Nesyri scored a header in additional time to save Sevilla from dropping points at home to Levante.

Barcelona picked up a win in Balaidos. 3 points from 3 goals without conceding. Barcelona makes it two wins out of two by handing Celta Vigo their first defeat of the La Liga season.


Match Results

Real Sociedad 0-1 Valencia
Getafe 3-0 Real Betis
Huesca 0-0 Atlético Madrid
Villarreal 3-1 Alaves
Eibar 0-1 Elche
Real Madrid 1-0 Valladolid
Athletic Club 0-1 Cadiz
Sevilla 1-0 Levante
Celta Vigo 0-3 Barcelona


La Liga Standings
Team (MP) – Points

Getafe (3) – 7 points
Valencia (4) – 7 points
Real Madrid (3) – 7 points
Villarreal (4) – 7 points

Barcelona (2) – 6 points
Sevilla (2) – 6 points
Real Betis (4) – 6 points
Cádiz (4) – 6 points
Granada (3) – 6 points

Real Sociedad (4) – 5 points
Celta Vigo (4) – 5 points

Atlético Madrid (2) – 4 points

Levante (3) – 3 points
Osasuna (3) – 3 points
Athletic Club (3) – 3 points
Huesca (4) – 3 points
Elche (2) – 3 points

Valladolid (4) – 2 points

Eibar (4) – 1 points
Alavés (4) – 1 points



Tottenham wins 5-4 on pens.
Newcastle wins 5-4 on pens.
Arsenal won 5-4 on pens. Liverpool’s run is over.

Both Manchester teams won 3-0 away against Premier League opposition to advance in the EFL cup. Manchester City went through Burnley, while Manchester United went through Brighton.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin bagged a hat-trick as Everton convincingly beat West Ham.

Fulham couldn’t get a break. Their struggles in the opening rounds of the Premier League was worsened after Brentford knocked them out of the EFL Cup. Fulham conceded three without giving a response.

Aston Villa was the other Premier League team to be knocked out of the competition after defeat against Stoke City.

Newport 1-1 Newcastle
Burnley 0-3 Manchester City
Brighton 0-3 Manchester United
Everton 4-1 West ham
Brentford 3-0 Fulham
Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke City
Liverpool 0-0 Arsenal


Next Round
Stoke City vs Tottenham

Brentford vs Newcastle

Arsenal vs Manchester City

Everton vs Manchester United


the Italian Serie A – make up fixtures. 

Inter Milan picked up another win by scoring 5 goals.
Newly promoted Spezia won at Udinese.
Atalanta’s attack took apart Lazio.
Atlanta and Inter stay perfect with 2 wins from two. Udinese are winless and goalless, while Lazio and Spezia have a 50% win rate.

Benevento 2-5 Inter Milan
Udinese 0-2 Spezia
Lazio 1-4 Atalanta

Serie A Standings
Napoli (2) – 6 points
Atalanta (2) – 6 points
Inter Milan (2) – 6 points
Hellas Verona (2) – 6 points
AC Milan (2) – 6 points

Juventus (2) – 4 points
Sassuolo (2) – 4 points

Bologna (2) – 3 points
Fiorentina (2) – 3 points
Lazio (2) – 3 points
Spezia (2) – 3 points
Benevento (2) – 3 points
Genoa (2) – 3 points

Cagliari (2) – 1 points
Roma (2) – 1 points

Torino (2) – 0 points
Udinese (2) – 0 points
Sampdoria (2) – 0 points
Crotone (2) – 0 points
Parma (2) – 0 points



The Europa League’s final 48 teams for 2020/21 season

AEK Athens (Greece)
Antwerp (Belgium)
Arsenal (England)
AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands)

Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Benfica (Portugal)
Braga (Portugal)

Celtic (Scotland)
CFR Cluj (Romania)
CSKA Moscow (Russia)
CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria)

Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)
Feyenoord (Netherlands)
Gent (Belgium)
Granada (Spain)

Hapoel Be’er Sheva (Israel)
Hoffenheim (Germany)
LASK (Austria)
Lech Poznań (Poland)
Leicester City (England)

Lille (France)
Ludogorets Razgrad (Bulgaria)
Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)
Milan (Italy)
Molde (Norway)

Napoli (Italy)
Nice (France)
of Ireland Dundalk (Republic)
Omonia (Cyprus)
PAOK (Greece)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Qarabağ (Azerbaijan)
Rangers (Scotland)
Rapid Wien (Austria)
Real Sociedad (Spain)
Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)

Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic)
Sparta Prague (Czech Republic)
Rijeka (Croatia)
Roma (Italy)

Sivasspor (Turkey)
Standard Liège (Belgium)
Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Villarreal (Spain)
Wolfsberger AC (Austria)
Young Boys (Switzerland)
Zorya Luhansk (Ukraine)


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