PRIMERA 2015-16
Week 23 06 Feb 2016
Athletic Bilbao0 - 0Villarreal
Atletico Madrid3 - 1Eibar
Celta Vigo1 - 1Sevilla
Espanyol0 - 5Real Sociedad
Granada1 - 2Real Madrid
Levante0 - 2Barcelona
Malaga3 - 0Getafe
Rayo Vallecano2 - 0Las Palmas
Real Betis1 - 0Valencia
Sporting Gijon1 - 1Deportivo
Week 24 14 Feb 2016
Barcelona-Celta Vigo
Deportivo-Real Betis
Getafe-Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid-Athletic Bilbao
Real Sociedad-Granada
Sevilla-Las Palmas
Sporting Gijon-Rayo Vallecano
Marcelino hailed Villarreal’s 0-0 draw at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday as “more than a point” due to their superior head-to-head record.
Diego Simeone hailed Atletico Madrid’s fans as the “12th man” during Saturday’s 3-1 win against Eibar in La Liga.
Federico Fazio was sent off on his second Sevilla debut on Sunday against Celta Vigo, and Unai Emery admitted the defender could have no complaints.
Eusebio Sacristan expects Real Sociedad’s emphatic win over Espanyol to give the team the impetus to push up the table.
Granada gave an excellent account as Real Madrid visited but left without anything to show thanks to Luka Modric.
David Navarro’s own goal and a late finish from Luis Suarez were enough for Barcelona to run out 2-0 winners at Levante in Sunday’s early La Liga kick-off.
Javi Gracia has warned his Malaga players that he will be the first person to criticise them following Friday’s 3-0 victory over Getafe in La Liga.
Paco Jemez was full of praise for his “outstanding” Rayo Vallecano side after Saturday’s 2-0 win against Las Palmas.
Gary Neville was told to “go now” by Valencia fans after Sunday’s 1-0 defeat Real Betis, but he insisted his team “didn’t deserve to lose”.
Juanfran Moreno believes Deportivo La Coruna “are in a privileged position”, despite a seventh game without a win in 2016 on Saturday against Sporting Gijon.
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