La Liga (Spain)

Spanish La Liga – Round 38 (Congratulations Real Madrid)

 

Top Four

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

Bottom Four

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

 

Spanish La Liga

Goals Scored:: 37

May 19, 2017

Granada               1-2           Espanyol

Andreas Pereira 22’                              Léo Baptistão 3’
                                                                 Ruben Vezo 8’(o.g)

 

Bottom of the table and a home defeat was how Granada left La Liga.

 

May 20, 2017

Sporting Gijon     2-2     Real Betis

Douglas 7’                                              Ruben Castro 22’ 59’
Carlos Carmona 79’

 

Relegated Sporting Gijon avoided a defeat at home to Real Betis in the final match of the season.

 

Deportivo La Coruna     3-0    Las Palmas

Florin Andone 4’ 28’
Carles Gil 39’

 

It was 5 straight league defeats for Las Palmas as they were demolished in the first half by Deportivo La Coruna.

 

Leganes                1-1          Alaves

David Timor Copovi 89’                         Nenad Krsticic 64’

 

Leganes got a late goal to make sure there wasn’t a defeat at home to end their season.

 

Sevilla                5-0           Osasuna

Vitolo 10’ 80’
Franco Vazquez 20’ 60’
Stevan Jovetic 35’

FBL-ESP-LIGA-SEVILLA-OSASUNA : News Photo

As expected, it was a convincing home victory for Sevilla when relegated Osasuna came to visit.

 

May 21, 2017

Valencia        1-3          Villarreal

Nani 54’                                      Roberto Soldado 1’
                                                    Manuel Trigueros 58’
                                                    Nicola Sansone 88’

2017 La Liga Valencia CF v Villarreal CF May 21st : News Photo

Valencia could not extend their two-match winning streak to end the season.

 

Atletico Madrid      3-1      Athletic Club

Fernando Torres 8’ 11’                            Inaki Williams 71’
Angel Correa 89’

Club Atletico de Madrid v Athletic Club - La Liga : News Photo

Fernando Torres contributed two early goals to help Atletico Madrid close out on Estadio Vicente Calderon with a victory over Athletic Club.

 

Celta Vigo        2-2         Real Sociedad

Iago Aspas 54’(pen)                            Mikel Oyarzabal 82’
Andrew Hjulsager 90’                        Junami 90’+4”

 

It was a thrilling 2-2 draw between Celta Vigo and Real Sociedad.

 

Barcelona           4-2         Eibar

David Junca 63’(o.g)                             Takashi Inui 7’ 61’
Luis Suarez 73’
Lionel Messi 75’(pen) 90’+2’

Barcelona v Eibar - La Liga : News Photo

Lionel Messi scored two goals to finish as the top scorer for the 2016/17 La Liga season (37 goals).

It was looking like one another one of those games when Barcelona was going to fail to hit their necessary target.

It was a victory at the end for FC Barcelona. An ideal way to end their season and say goodbye to their coach Luis Enrique.  

But as most of us expected, a victory wasn’t going to be enough to help Barcelona defend their league title. 

 

Málaga         0-2      Real Madrid

                                                     Cristiano Ronaldo 2’
                                                  Karim Benzema 55’

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

Congratulations to REAL MADRID! The 2016/17 Spanish La Liga Champions!!

Two early goals in each half was how Real Madrid settled all nervousness and danced towards a 33rd league title.

Real Madrid needed to avoid an away defeat to clinch the league title. With Madrid’s current form, this was an easy game to call.   

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