PRIMERA 2014-15
Week 12 23 Nov 2014
Athletic Bilbao3 - 1Espanyol
Atletico Madrid3 - 1Malaga
Barcelona5 - 1Sevilla
Deportivo0 - 0Real Sociedad
Eibar0 - 4Real Madrid
Elche2 - 2Cordoba
Levante2 - 1Valencia
Rayo Vallecano1 - 0Celta Vigo
Villarreal2 - 1Getafe
Week 13 30 Nov 2014
Almeria-Rayo Vallecano
Atletico Madrid-Deportivo
Celta Vigo-Eibar
Getafe-Athletic Bilbao
Malaga-Real Madrid
Real Sociedad-Elche
Sergio did little to hide his disappointment in seeing Espanyol lose comprehensively to Athletic Bilbao.
Diego Simeone was happy with Atletico Madrid’s win over Malaga - happy for the team and a number of the players.
Lionel Messi scored a record-breaking hat-trick as Barcelona claimed a deserved win over Sevilla, with Neymar and Ivan Rakitic also on target.
David Moyes has looked back upon his first game as Real Sociedad Coach, accepting the draw with Deportivo La Coruna may have been fair.
Real Madrid cantered to a 4-0 victory over Eibar this evening to keep up the pace at the summit of La Liga.
Cordoba Coach Miroslav Djukic struggled to describe the 2-2 draw with Elche as his side missed out on a first win of the season.
Almeria Coach Francisco doesn’t want his side to simply put on a good show against Granada, stressing the need to win.
Levante Coach Lucas Alcaraz believes the winning goal of the Valencian derby was well-timed as it killed Valencia’s momentum.
Paco Jemez was highly critical of Rayo Vallecano despite seeing his side claim a 1-0 win over Celta Vigo.
Marcelino spoke of his delight at seeing Villarreal end their four-match barren spell during Sunday night's 2-1 victory over Getafe.
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