PRIMERA 2015-16
Week 2 30 Aug 2015
Barcelona1 - 0Malaga
Celta Vigo3 - 0Rayo Vallecano
Eibar2 - 0Athletic Bilbao
Getafe1 - 2Granada
Las Palmas0 - 0Levante
Real Madrid5 - 0Real Betis
Real Sociedad0 - 0Sporting Gijon
Sevilla0 - 3Atletico Madrid
Valencia1 - 1Deportivo
Villarreal3 - 1Espanyol
Week 3 13 Sep 2015
Athletic Bilbao-Getafe
Atletico Madrid-Barcelona
Celta Vigo-Las Palmas
Espanyol-Real Madrid
Rayo Vallecano-Deportivo
Real Betis-Real Sociedad
Sporting Gijon-Villarreal
Thomas Vermaelen scored his first Barcelona goal as the champions dug deep for a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Malaga in La Liga on Saturday.
Eduardo Berizzo was happy with the way Celta Vigo made use of having an extra man for much of their win over Rayo Vallecano.
Jose Luis Mendilibar praised Eibar for “taking advantage” of Athletic Bilbao's exhaustion following Sunday's 2-0 victory at Ipurua in La Liga.
Jose Ramon Sandoval expressed his delight with Granada's team ethic in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Getafe in La Liga.
Lucas Alcaraz admitted to mixed feelings after Levante's goalless draw at Las Palmas in La Liga on Sunday.
Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez each grabbed a brace as Real Madrid silenced last week's critics with a 5-0 demolition of Real Betis on Saturday.
David Moyes complained of Real Sociedad’s inability to play the final ball as his side drew 0-0 with Primera new boys Sporting Gijon.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has paid tribute to Raul Garcia ahead of the midfielder's impending transfer to Athletic Bilbao.
Nuno Santo claimed Valencia faced another “man-of-the-match goalkeeper” following Sunday's 1-1 draw with Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga.
Marcelino has claimed that Villarreal, while close, are still not “where I want them to be” following Friday's 3-1 victory over Espanyol in La Liga.
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