PRIMERA 2014-15
LATEST
Week 28 21 Mar 2015
Athletic Bilbao2 - 1Almeria
Atletico Madrid2 - 0Getafe
Barcelona2 - 1Real Madrid
Deportivo0 - 0Espanyol
Elche0 - 4Valencia
Granada0 - 0Eibar
Levante0 - 1Celta Vigo
Rayo Vallecano1 - 0Malaga
Real Sociedad3 - 1Cordoba
Villarreal0 - 2Sevilla
FIXTURES
Week 29 05 Apr 2015
Almeria-Levante
Celta Vigo-Barcelona
Cordoba-Atletico Madrid
Eibar-Rayo Vallecano
Espanyol-Elche
Getafe-Deportivo
Malaga-Real Sociedad
Real Madrid-Granada
Sevilla-Athletic Bilbao
Valencia-Villarreal
Athletic Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde says he is still eyeing a Europa League place following Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Almeria at San Mames.
Diego Simeone singled out Fernando Torres for praise after Atletico Madrid’s 2-0 victory over Getafe but admitted “we need more” from the striker.
Luis Suarez’s second-half strike decided the Clasico in Barcelona’s favour as they defeated Real Madrid 2-1 to open up a four-point lead atop La Liga.
Espanyol boss Sergio Gonzalez said he preferred to look on the positive side despite the scoreless draw at lowly Deportivo la Coruna.
Nuno Santo hailed Valencia’s 4-0 victory over Elche in La Liga on Friday as “the fruits of this team’s hard work and humility.”
Eibar boss Gaizka Garitano felt the scoreless draw with Granada this weekend was the perfect boost for his players’ morale.
Levante boss Lucas Alcaraz believed his players were worthy of a draw after being beaten 1-0 at home by Celta Vigo at the weekend.
Rayo Vallecano boss Paco Jemez was pleased with the hunger his players showed against Malaga at the weekend.
David Moyes believed Real Sociedad were deserved winners against eight-man Cordoba at Anoeta.
Unai Emery said his side’s 2-0 win over Villarreal at El Madrigal was of ‘great value’ to their Champions League aspirations.
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