Spanish La Liga

The two Spanish giants remain lead the race. Barcelona is still with the advantage.



Barcelona and Real Madrid both got the win to keep the 3-point gap between the two top teams.
The occupants of the top 5 spots were all winners.
There were no positional changes in the ‘top 12’ spots.

Espanyol moved up a position to 13th after beating Real Betis.
Sevilla moved out of the relegation zone after a narrow win against Cadiz.
Cadiz remains in the relegation zone while also dropping a position.
Elche sits bottom of the standings.
Valladolid dropped into the relegation zone.



Mallorca 1-0 Celta Vigo
Rayo Vallecano 0-2 Real Sociedad
Espanyol 1-0 Real Betis
Atletico Madrid 3-0 Real Valladolid
Sevilla 1-0 Cadiz
Villarreal 1-0 Girona
Elche 1-1 Osasuna
Barcelona 1-0 Getafe
Athletic Club 0-2 Real Madrid
Valencia 2-2 Almeria



Daniel Rodriguez scored the only goal of the match in the 59th minute for Mallorca to make up for their 1-0 defeat in their last league match with a 1-0 win against Celta Vigo.

Real Sociedad win 2-0 on the road against Rayo Vallecano. Alexander Sorloth and Ander Barrenetxea scored the goals to give Real Sociedad a 2-0 first-half lead that held for them to pick up their fifth straight league victory in nine straight wins in all competitions.

Martin Braithwaite scored the game’s only goal to hand Espanyol a victory at home against a Real Betis side that was coming from penalty shootout defeats and eliminations in the Super Cup semifinal, and the Copa del Rey ‘Round of 16’.

Atletico Madrid got the job done in the first half when they got the three goals to lead them to the three points. It’s five straight defeats in the league for Valladolid, as Atletico Madrid ended a run of two league matches without a win.

Ivan Rakitic converted from the penalty spot to get Sevilla the maximum points against Cadiz in the 89th minute.

Gerard Moreno’s penalty missed in the added minutes did not do the damage it should have done because Dani Parejo scored the winning goal in the eleventh minute of the added time to win the game for Villarreal.

Almeria came from a goal down on two occasions in the second half to take a point in a 2-2 draw with Valencia. A point remains between the two sides but Valencia has the advantage and a game in hand. It could have been an Almeria win had Largie Ramazani converted from the penalty spot in the 45th minute to send them into the halftime break with a goal lead.



1|Barcelona (17) – 44 points
2|Real Madrid (17) – 41 points
3|Real Sociedad (18) – 38 points
4|Atlético Madrid (18) – 31 points
5|Villarreal (18) – 31 points
6|Real Betis (17) – 28 points
7|Osasuna (18) – 28 points
8|Athletic Club (18) – 26 points
9|Rayo Vallecano (18) – 26 points
10|Mallorca (18) – 25 points
11|Girona (18) – 21 points
12|Valencia (17) – 20 points
13|Espanyol (18) – 20 points
14|Almería (18) – 19 points
15|Sevilla (18) – 18 points
16|Getafe (18) – 17 points
17|Celta Vigo (18) – 17 points
18|Valladolid (18) – 17 points
19|Cádiz (18) – 16 points
20|Elche (18) – 6 points

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