PRIMERA 2015-16
Week 7 03 Oct 2015
Athletic Bilbao3 - 1Valencia
Atletico Madrid1 - 1Real Madrid
Celta Vigo0 - 0Getafe
Espanyol1 - 2Sporting Gijon
Granada1 - 1Deportivo
Las Palmas0 - 2Eibar
Levante1 - 0Villarreal
Malaga3 - 1Real Sociedad
Rayo Vallecano0 - 2Real Betis
Sevilla2 - 1Barcelona
Week 8 18 Oct 2015
Barcelona-Rayo Vallecano
Deportivo-Athletic Bilbao
Getafe-Las Palmas
Real Betis-Espanyol
Real Madrid-Levante
Real Sociedad-Atletico Madrid
Sporting Gijon-Granada
Villarreal-Celta Vigo
Nuno Santo conceded Valencia lacked the power and directness of their opponents Athletic Bilbao during Sunday’s 3-1 defeat at San Mames.
Luciano Vietto grabbed a late equaliser as Atletico Madrid held Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw at the Vicente Calderon in the 211st capital derby on Sunday.
Eduardo Berizzo lamented Celta Vigo's inability to make their chances count during Friday's stalemate with Getafe in La Liga
Sergio Gonzalez has admitted that Espanyol are “broken” following Saturday’s 2-1 home reverse to Sporting Gijon but is backing his side to bounce back.
Victor Sanchez was “frustrated” with Granada’s equaliser on Saturday but nonetheless praised Deportivo La Coruna for a strong away showing.
Jose Luis Mendilibar hailed his Eibar players for showing themselves to be “united” as a team following Saturday’s 2-0 win at Las Palmas.
Marcelino has refused to make Bojan Jokic a scapegoat for Villarreal’s 1-0 defeat at Levante following the left-back’s early red card.
David Moyes rued Real Sociedad’s defensive mistakes during Saturday’s 3-1 defeat to Malaga, admitting they “made it difficult for us to get something more”.
Paco Jemez insists “no-one can criticise” Rayo Vallecano after putting Sunday’s 2-0 defeat to Real Betis down to an absence of luck.
Barcelona fell to their second La Liga defeat in three matches on Saturday after they were beaten 2-1 by struggling Sevilla at Sanchez Pizjuan.
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