La Liga (Spain)

Spanish La Liga – Round 36

 

Top Four

1. Barcelona
2. Real Madrid
3. Atletico Madrid
4. Sevilla

Bottom Four

17. Leganes
18. Sporting Gijon
19. Granada
20. Osasuna

 

Goals Scored:: 38

La Liga

May 5, 2017

Sevilla             1-1         Real Sociedad

Pablo Sarabia 41’         Carlos Vela 61’

Sevilla looks more ground in their bid for a top-three finish after dropping points at home to Real Sociedad.

 

May 6, 2017

Sporting Gijon    1-0     Las Palmas

Carlos Carmona 67’

It was a third consecutive defeat and a straight fifth match without a victory for Las Palmas as they suffered an away defeat to relegation-zoned Sporting Gijon.

 

Atletico Madrid     1-0        Eibar

Saul Niguez 69’

Club Atletico de Madrid v SD Eibar - La Liga : News Photo

A goal was enough for Atletico to seal a victory and intensify their grip on a direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League season.

 

Barcelona         4-1      Villarreal

Neymar 21’                  Cedric Bakambu 32’
Lionel Messi 45’ 82’(pen)
Luis Suarez 69’

FC Barcelona v Villarreal CF - La Liga : News Photo

Lionel Messi scored a brace while the rest of the MSN got on the scoresheet for Barcelona to comfortably grab all three points against Villarreal.

Barcelona is definitely doing their part to keep the pressure on Real Madrid.

 

Granada       0-4     Real Madrid

                                   James Rodriguez 3’ 11’
                              Alvaro Morata 30’ 35’

Granada CF v Real Madrid CF - La Liga : News Photo

Real Madrid knew defeat was not an option when FC Barcelona secures a victory.

Four goals in the first half were enough to settle any nerves and secure Real Madrid a victory over relegated Granada.

 

May 7, 2017

Alaves                1-0            Athletic Club

Theo Hernandez 53’

 

A second half goal for Alaves denied Athletic Club the opportunity to take advantage Villarreal’s defeat to FC Barcelona.

 

Valencia              4-1        Osasuna

Ezequeil Garay 22’ 45’   Miguel Olavide 90’+2’
Simone Zaza 70’
Rodrigo 75’

2017 La Liga Football Valencia v Osasuna May 7th : News Photo

Valencia defeat relegated Osasuna to end a 3-match losing streak in the league.

 

Deportivo La Coruna    1-2       Espanyol

Florin Andone 47’                    Leo Baptistao 14’
                                               Gerard Moreno 29’

 

The threat of relegation remains for Deportivo La Coruna after a defeat at home to Espanyol.

 

Malaga         3-0      Celta Vigo

Javier Ontiveros 26’
Jose Recio 56’(pen)
Sandro Ramirez 90’+2’

 

A victory at home allowed Malaga leaped over Celta Vigo in the league standings.

 

May 8, 2017

Leganes                  4-0                Real Betis

Alexander Szymanowski 7’(pen) 80’
Nabil El Zhar 15’
Gabriel 65’

Leganes got a home victory to move away from the drop zone and most likely saving their season in the top-flight of Spanish football.

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