Spanish La Liga

2018/19 Spanish La Liga – Round 17 – The ‘top four’ is looking familiar.

December 21, 2018
Girona 1–1 Getafe
Girona – Bernardo 85’
Getafe – Angel Rodriguez 61’

Real Sociedad 0–1 Alaves
Alaves – Jonathan Calleri 11’

December 22, 2018
Real Betis 1–1 Eibar
Real Betis – Antonio Sanabria 21’
Eibar – Fabian Orellana 72’(pen)

Atletico Madrid 1–0 Espanyol
Atletico Madrid – Antoine Griezmann 56’(pen)

Barcelona 2–0 Celta Vigo
Barcelona – Ousmane Dembele 10’ Lionel Messi 45’

Athletic Club 1–1 Real Valladolid
Athletic Club – Aritz Aduriz 45+1’(pen)
Real Valladolid – Oscar Plano 90+3’

December 23, 2018
Valencia 2–1 Huesca
Valencia – Daniel Parejo 25’Cristiano Piccini 90+4’
Huesca – Juan Hernandez 72’(pen)

Leganes 1–1 Sevilla
Leganes – Mikel Vesga 5’
Sevilla – Wissam Ben Yedder 90+1’

Rayo Vallecano 2-1 Levante
Rayo Vallecano – Tono 23’(og) Paul de Tomas 67’
Levante – Ruben Rochina 60’


Barcelona completed the task in the first half to get a win against Celta Vigo to take a 3 point lead into the winter break.
Ousmane Dembele opened the scoring after pouncing on a saved Lionel Messi shot in the 10th minute before Messi scored his 15th goal in the league to double Barcelona’s lead. 

Girona ends a short losing streak in the league after a draw against a Getafe side that is unbeaten in 5 consecutive league matches.

A goal in the 11th minute handed Alaves a win at Anoeta.
Alaves remains in the race to finish in a champions league qualifying spot in the standings.

Antoine Griezmann converted from the penalty spot to give Atletico Madrid the win they desperately needed against Espanyol. The value of Atletico Madrid’s victory gained a boost after Sevilla dropped two points against Leganes. Wissam Ben Yedder’s injury-time equalizing goal saved Sevilla from defeat.

Valencia put a string of unbeaten matches together after a late winner against bottom table Huesca. Levante falls to relegation-zoned Rayo Vallecano to suffer back-to-back defeats in the league.

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