PRIMERA 2014-15
LATEST
Week 2 31 Aug 2014
Athletic Bilbao3 - 0Levante
Atletico Madrid2 - 1Eibar
Cordoba1 - 1Celta Vigo
Deportivo2 - 2Rayo Vallecano
Elche1 - 1Granada
Espanyol1 - 2Sevilla
Getafe1 - 0Almeria
Real Sociedad4 - 2Real Madrid
Valencia3 - 0Malaga
Villarreal0 - 1Barcelona
FIXTURES
Week 3 14 Sep 2014
Almeria-Cordoba
Barcelona-Athletic Bilbao
Celta Vigo-Real Sociedad
Eibar-Deportivo
Granada-Villarreal
Malaga-Levante
Rayo Vallecano-Elche
Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid
Sevilla-Getafe
Valencia-Espanyol
Ernesto Valverde was delighted with the way Athletic Bilbao knuckled down following their Champions League exertions in midweek.
Diego Simeone believes the only way Atletico Madrid will improve as a team is to work harder after their 2-1 win over Eibar.
Cordoba Coach Albert Ferrer found fault with his side’s first half performance against Celta Vigo, but not the full time result.
Paco Jemez was disappointed as his Rayo Vallecano conceded a last minute penalty to draw 2-2 at Deportivo.
Elche boss Fran Escriba conceded he was delighted to claim a point against Granada on Sunday evening.
Sergio Gonzalez has insisted Espanyol remain motivated despite losing at home against Sevilla.
Francesco thought his Almeria outfit did enough to beat Getafe on Friday, but ended up losing 1-0.
Real Madrid blew a two-goal lead to fall to a 4-2 defeat against Real Sociedad, David Zurutuza scoring twice.
Javi Gracia has insisted that Sergi Darder’s sending off changed the game as his Malaga side were beaten 3-0 by Valencia.
Luis Enrique admitted that ‘the game could have been anybody’s’ as Barcelona beat Villarreal 1-0.
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