10 more matches to go. 30 point-gaps are still within reach. No position is safe.
The 3 first-half goals was enough for Real Madrid to get three points at home against Eibar to keep the gap in the title race to 2 points; after Barcelona picked up a 4-0 win against Mallorca.
The top three teams in the league standings kicked-off the restart of the season with wins. And despite Real Sociedad failure to win their match, the top four stayed the same.
Despite failing to get a win, Atletci Madrid moved up from 6th to 5th with a ‘1-1’ draw.
Espanyol is the only side in the bottom 5 to pick up a win. A win against Alaves allowed bottom table Espanyo to grab points to equal Leganes in points.
Lionel Messi became the first to hit the 20-goal mark while taking his assist to 14.
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 20 goals
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – 14 goals
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) – 11 goals
Lucas Ocampos (Sevilla) – 11 goals
Lucas Pérez (Alavés) – 11 goals
Roger (Levante) – 11 goals
Luis Suárez (Barcelona) – 11 goals
Ángel (Getafe) – 10 goals
Sevilla 2-0 Real Betis
Goal Scorers Sevilla – Lucas Ocampos 56′(pen) Fernando 62′
Granada 2-1 Getafe
Goal Scorers Granada – Djene 10′(og) Carlos Fernandez 79′
Goal Scorers Getafe – David Timor Cpovi 20‘
Valencia 1-1 Levante
Goal Scorers Valencia – Rodrigo 89′
Goal Scorers Levante – Gonzalo Melero 90+8′(pen)
Espanyol 2-0 Alaves
Goal Scorers Espanyol – Bernardo 45+4′ Lei Wu 47′
Celta Vigo 0-1 Villarreal
Goal Scorers Villarreal – Manuel Trigueros 90+1′
Leganes 1-2 Real Valladolid
Goal Scorers Leganes – Oscar Rodriguez 84′(pen)
Goal Scorers Real Valladolid Enes Unal 2′ Rubén Alcaraz 54′
Mallorca 0-4 Barcelona
Goal Scorers Barcelona – Arturo Vidal 2′ Martin Braithwaite 37′ Jordi Alba 79′ Lionel Messi 90+3′
Athletic Club 1-1 Atletico Madrid
Goal Scorers Athletic Club – Iker Muniain 37′
Goal Scorers Atletico Madrid – Diego Costa 39′
Real Madrid 3-1 Eibar
Goal Scorers Real Madrid -Toni Kroos 4′ Sergio Ramos 30′ Marcelo 37′
Goal Scorers Eibar – Pedro Bigas 60′
Real Sociedad 1-1 Osasuna
Goal Scorers Real Sociedad – Mikel Oyarzabal 61′
Goal Scorers Osasuna – Adrian Lopez 29′
Sevilla wins El Gran Derbi and become the 3rd team to reach 50 points in the 2019/20 Spanish La Liga season. Two second-half goals allowed Sevilla to do a league double over Real Betis and tighten their grip on third-place in the league.
Granada came from a goal down to take three points against Getafe. The result allowed Granada to cut the point-gap between the two teams to 5.
Two late goals in the second-half was evenly shared between Valencia and Levante, but it would feel like a defeat for Valencia. A late penalty deep into the additional time allowed a 10-man Levante side to leave with a point.
Espanyol scored a late first-half goal and an early second-half goal to pick up the three points at home against a 10-man Alaves. Fernando Pacheco was sent off on a red in the 19th-minute to leave the visitors with a numerical disadvantage.
A late goal made Villarreal the first away side to win over the round. Manuel Trigueros scored the only goal of the match in the first minute of the additional time to secure all three points for Villarreal against Celta Vigo.
An early goal in the 2nd-minute guided Real Valladolid to a 2-1 win at Leganes.
Martin Braitwaite opened his goal scoring account for Barcelona, while Lionel Messi contributed a goal and two assists to Barcelona’s 4-0 win at Mallorca. Arturo Vidal had Barcelona in the winning position with a goal in the 2nd-minute
The best Atletico Madrid could do after knocking Liverpool at Anfield in the Champions League was to pick up a point at San Mames. Atletico Club and Atletico Madrid shared the points after a 1-1 draw.
Upcoming League Fixtures
June 15, 2020
Levante vs Sevilla
Real Betis vs Granada
June 16, 2020
Getafe vs Espanyol
Villarreal vs Mallorca
Barcelona vs Leganes
June 17, 2020
Eibar vs Athletic Club
Real Valladolid vs Celta Vigo
Osasuna vs Atletico Madrid
June 18, 2020
Alavés vs Real Sociedad
Real Madrid vs Valencia