As things stand in the SPANISH LA LIGA
Athletic Club takes over from Sevilla as the new league leader.
Karim Benzema(Real Madrid) is joint top scorer in the league.
Barcelona suffers another away defeat.
Eibar and Leganes are the only sides yet to win a match.
Real Madrid, Athletic Club, and newly-promoted Osasuna are yet to suffer defeat.
SPANISH LA LIGA
Osasuna 0-0 Real Betis
Villarreal 2-0 Real Valladolid
Goal Scorers Villarreal – Santi Cazorla 74′(pen) Javier Ontiveros 89′
Levante 0-0 Eibar
Atletico Madrid 0-0 Celta Vigo
Granada 2-0 Barcelona
Goal Scorers Granada – Ramon Azeez 2′ Alvaro Vadillo 66′(pen)
Getafe 4-2 Mallorca
Goal Scorers Getafe – Idrissu Baba 7′(og) Jorge Molina 33′(pen) Allan Nyom 63′ Angel Rodriguez 84′
Goal Scorers Mallorca – Ante Budimir 70′ 77′
Espanyol 1-3 Real Sociedad
Goal Scorers Espanyol – Joseba Zaldua 71′(og)
Goal Scorers Real Sociedad – Willian Jose 18′ 34′ Alexander Isak 75′
Valencia 1-1 Leganes
Goal Scorers Valencia – Daniel Parejo 21′(pen)
Goal Scorers Leganes – Oscar Rodriguez 35′
Athletic Club 2-0 Deportivo Alaves
Goal Scorers Athletic Club – Raul Garcia 38′(pen) Iker Muniain 72′
Sevilla 0-1 Real Madrid
Goal Scorers Real Madrid – Karim Benzema 64′
Two goals in the final 15 minutes of regulation time gave Villarreal a deserved home victory over Valladolid
Atletico Madrid was held to a goalless draw at home by Celta Vigo. The result ended up costing Atletico Madrid a chance to regain top spot in the league.
Barcelona was handed a ‘not so shocking’ defeat in an away match against newly-promoted Granada.
Angel Rodriguez‘s goal allowed Getafe to comfortably end the match with a ‘4-2’ win against Mallorca.
Willian Jose‘s brace leads Real Sociedad to win on the road over Espanyol.
Leganes remains winless in the league after a ‘1-1’ draw with Valencia.
A ‘2-0’ win over Alaves in addition to other results around the league has allowed Athletic Club to climb to pole position in the lead.
Karim Benzema scored the only goal of the match to see Real Madrid pick up a win at Seville. Real Madrid is goal-difference away from topping the league table.