Domestic Leagues

Spanish La Liga – Round Twenty-two

Top Four:
  1. Real Madrid
  2. Barcelona
  3. Sevilla
  4. Atletico Madrid
Bottom Four:
  1.  Leganes
  2.  Sporting Gijon
  3.  Granada
  4.  Osasuna


February 10, 2017

Espanyol                                   1-2                      Real Sociedad

Hernan Perez 35                                                  Carlos Vela 26’

                                                                                Asier Illarramendi 61’


Asier Illarramendi’s second half goal gave Real Sociedad a deserved victory to contend for a spot in the top four of the La Liga standings.


February 11, 2017

Real Betis                                    0-0                Valencia


Real Betis maintained a four-point lead on Valencia. Both teams picked up a point after a goalless draw.


Alaves                                          0-6                 Barcelona

                                                                        Luis Suarez 37’ 67’

                                                                        Neymar 40’

                                                                        Lionel Messi 59’

                                                                        Alexis(o.g) 63’

                                                                        Ivan Rakitic 65’

Deportivo Alaves v FC Barcelona - La Liga : News Photo

Alaves was thrashed at home by FC Barcelona. Barcelona wanted the World to know that Alaves victory in the first half of the season was a fluke.

100% of “MSN” scored a goal for Barcelona in the 6-0 victory.


Athletic Club                                 2-1                   Deportivo La Coruna

Iker Muniain 71’                                                    Emre Colak 43’

Aritz Aduriz 90’


Athletic Club got a late goal to get a home victory over Deportivo La Coruna.  

It could be a slippery slope for Deportivo La Coruna if results do not get positive in their upcoming league fixtures.


Osasuna                                        1-3                  Real Madrid

Sergio Leon 33’                                                   Cristiano Ronaldo 24’

                                                                                Isco 62’

                                                                               Lucas Vazquez 90’+3’

CA Osasuna v Real Madrid CF - La Liga : News Photo

Two goals in the second half ensured that Real Madrid stays on top of the La Liga standings with two matches in hand.


February 12, 2017

Villarreal                                             1-1                               Malaga

Bruno Soriano 63’(pen)                                                       Charles 14’

Malaga got a point away against Villarreal after a ‘1-1’ draw.


Leganes                          0-2                          Sporting Gijon

                                                                       Roberto Canella 67’

                                                                       Burgui 83’

Leganes v Sporting de Gijon- La Liga : News Photo


A ten-man Sporting Gijon improved their chances of getting out of the relegation zone when they left Leganes with maximum points. This was the first win for Sporting Gijon in 8 league matches.


Las Palmas                                 0-1                     Sevilla

                                                                              Joaquin Correa 80’


Sevilla scored an important goal to get an away victory over Las Palmas that allows them to keep up pace with the rest of the teams in the top three.


Atletico Madrid                        3-2                        Celta Vigo

Fernando Torres 11’                                                Gustavo Cabral 6’

Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco 86’                               John Guidetti 78’

Antoine Griezmann 88’


Antoine Griezmann scored late for Atletico to get a winner over Celta Vigo.

Atletico Madrid had to come from a goal down on two occasions to get a victory at home over Celta Vigo.


February 13, 2017

Eibar                                                    4-0                               Granada

Adrian Gonzalez 11’(pen)

Sergi Enrich 39’

Ivan Ramis 52’

Pedro Leon 62’


It was a comfortable evening for Eibar as they sent Granada got back to their losing ways.

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