Spanish La Liga

2018/19 Spanish La Liga – Round 15 – Barcelona open up the lead at the top of the table while Real Madrid returns to the ‘top four’.

December 7, 2018
Leganes 1–1 Getafe
Leganes – Allan Nyom 64’
Getafe – Leandro Cabrera 39’

December 8, 2018
Atletico Madrid 3–0 Deportivo Alaves
Atletico Madrid – Nikola Kalinic 25’Antoine Griezmann 82’ Rodri 87’

Valencia 1–1 Sevilla
Valencia –Mouctar Diakhaby 90+2’
Sevilla – Pablo Sarabia 55’

Villarreal 2–3 Celta Vigo
Villarreal – Carlos Bacca 83’ 87’
Celta Vigo – Brias Mendez 44’ Okay Yokuslu 49’ Maximilano Gomez 51’

Espanyol 0–4 Barcelona
Barcelona – Lionel Messi 17’ 65’ Ousmane Dembele 26’ Luis Suarez 45’

December 9, 2018
Eibar 4–4 Levante
Eibar – Sergi Enrich 8’ Gonzalo Escalante 57’ Charles 61’(pen) 65’
Levante – Jose Luis Morales 9’ Rober 25’ Tono 75’ Borja Mayoral 90+2

Huesca 0–1 Real Madrid
Real Madrid – Gareth Bale 8’

Real Sociedad 1–2 Real Valladolid
Real Sociedad – Mikel Oyarzabal 62’
Real Valladolid – Toni Villa 16’ Antonito 54’

Real Betis 2–0 Rayo Vallecano
Real Betis – Giovani Lo Celso 59’(pen) Sidnei 76’

December 10, 2018
Athletic Club 1–0 Girona
Athletic Club – Aritz Aduriz 90+2’(pen)

FC Barcelona opened a 3-point lead as league leaders after a Lionel Messi inspired victory in the Catalan Derby with Espanyol. Messi scored two goals from two freekicks to sandwich goals from Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele in the victory.

Lionel Messi is top ‘Assist’ provider in the league (8), and joint top scorer in the league with Girona’s Cristhian Stuani (11)

Valencia scored late to deny Sevilla of the victory that was needed to maintain the 1-point gap between themselves and the top to the league.

Atletico Madrid scored two goals in the final 10 minutes of the match to beat Deportivo Alaves.

Gareth Bale scored the only goal of the match for Real Madrid to take advantage of Alaves’s defeat by picking up the needed points at Huesca to climb into the top four.

Girona suffered their first defeat in 7 matches when relegation-zoned Athletic Club took all three point from the final match of the round through a late Aritz Aduriz goal from the penalty spot.

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