PRIMERA 2016-17
Week 9 23 Oct 2016
Celta Vigo4 - 1Deportivo
Espanyol3 - 3Eibar
Granada0 - 0Sporting Gijon
Malaga4 - 0Leganes
Osasuna1 - 2Real Betis
Real Madrid2 - 1Athletic Bilbao
Real Sociedad3 - 0Alaves
Sevilla1 - 0Atletico Madrid
Valencia2 - 3Barcelona
Villarreal2 - 1Las Palmas
Week 10 30 Oct 2016
Alaves-Real Madrid
Athletic Bilbao-Osasuna
Atletico Madrid-Malaga
Las Palmas-Celta Vigo
Leganes-Real Sociedad
Real Betis-Espanyol
Sporting Gijon-Sevilla
Celta Vigo coach Eduardo Berizzo admitted that such a big Galician derby victory flattered his side and was harsh on Deportivo.
Espanyol boss Quique Sanchez Flores admitted Eibar’s 3-0 lead at half-time “was inexplicable” but was confident his side’s comeback marked “a turning point”.
Lucas Alcaraz rued Granada falling five points adrift in La Liga but was pleased with the “attitude, effort and solidarity” they showed against Sporting Gijon.
Malaga boss Juande Ramos has heralded his side's 'comfortable and resounding' victory over Leganes as a complete performance.
Gus Poyet accused a section of Real Betis for “bordering on rude” but hoped Friday’s 2-1 win against Osasuna went some way towards silencing them.
Real Madrid moved top of La Liga on Sunday as Alvaro Morata’s late goal gave Los Blancos a 2-1 win against Athletic Bilbao.
Eusebio Sacristan voiced his delight with Real Sociedad’s “great work” in their 3-0 victory over Basque rivals Alaves on Saturday.
Diego Simeone lamented the number of opportunities missed by his Atletico Madrid side after their first defeat of the season away to Sevilla.
Barcelona broke Valencia hearts on Saturday as Lionel Messi’s penalty with the last kick of the game defeated Valencia 3-2 in a sizzling La Liga showdown.
Las Palmas boss Quique Setien criticised the referee following his side's narrow defeat away to Villarreal after awarding a penalty against the visitors.
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