La Liga (Spain)

Spanish La Liga – Round 29

Top Four
1. Real Madrid
2. Barcelona
3. Atletico Madrid
4. Sevilla
Bottom Four
17. Leganes
18. Sporting Gijon
19. Granada
20. Osasuna

 

Goals Scored:: 24

La Liga

 

March 31, 2017

Espanyol         2-1       Real Betis

Javi Fuego 87’             Ruben Castro 78’(pen)
Jose Antonio Reyes 90’

 

Espanyol scored two late goals to avoid a home defeat and open a 12 point gap between themselves and Real Betis in the league standings.

 

April 1, 2017

Villarreal           2-3           Eibar

Roberto Soriano 18’ 89’     Pedro Leon 48’(pen)
                                             Kike 54’
                                             Takashi Inui 77’

Villarreal CF v SD Eibar - La Liga : News Photo

Eibar closed in on Villarreal in the league standings by grabbing an away victory.

 

Osasuna            1-2         Athletic Club

Sergio Leon 79’                Aritz Aduriz 12’
                                         Inaki Williams 44’

Osasuna was kept at the bottom of the table after suffering their 20th defeat in the season.

 

Real Sociedad        1-1       Leganés

Juanmi 53’                         Alexander Szymanowski 29’

 

Relegation-threatened Leganes was able to hold Real Sociedad to a point.

 

Málaga                0-2            Atlético Madrid

                                                          Koke 26’
                                              Filipe Luis 74’

Malaga CF v Club Atletico de Madrid - La Liga : News Photo

Atletico Madrid is doing the best to qualify directly for the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League.

 

April 2, 2017

Sevilla               0-0           Sporting Gijon

 

Relegation-zoned Sporting Gijon denied Sevilla a chance to climb to third place after holding them to a goalless draw.

 

Real Madrid      3-0        Alaves

Karim Benzema 31’
Isco 85’
Nacho Fernández 88’

Real Madrid CF v Deportivo Alaves - La Liga : News Photo

Two late goals made it a convincing win for Real Madrid to continue their march towards the league title.

 

Valencia          3-0         Deportivo La Coruna

Ezequiel Garay 10’
Raul Albentosa 29’(o.g)
Joao Cancelo 90’+1’

Valencia CF v Deportivo de La Coruna - La Liga : News Photo

Victory for Deportivo La Coruna could have allowed them to tie Valencia is points accumulated, but Valencia got the victory to double the gap in points between themselves and Deportivo La Coruna.

 

Granada          1-4         Barcelona

Jeremie Boga 50’        Luis Suarez 44’
                                Francisco Alcacer 64’
                                Ivan Rakitic 83’
                                Neymar 90’+1’

Granada CF v FC Barcelona - La Liga : News Photo

Barcelona keeps up with Real Madrid in the title race by getting an expected victory over relegation-zoned Granada.

 

April 3, 2017

Celta Vigo                3-1       Las Palmas

Giuseppe Rossi 12’ 36’ 57’    Pedro Bigas 80’

 

Giuseppe Rossi scored hat-trick to help guide Celta Vigo to a victory over Las Palmas.

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