La Liga winners, results and standings MD25

La Liga results and standings after MD25 as Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid all grabbed crucial victories.


La Liga results

Here are the rest of the fixtures and results of this round, with Atletico Madrid’s travel to Girona was the latest game.

  • Villarreal 1-1 Real Betis
  • Sevilla 2-1 Almeria
  • Mallorca 1-1 Real Sociedad
  • Valencia 1-0 Osasuna
  • Celta Vigo 3-0 Rayo Vallecano
  • Elche 1-1 Real Valladolid
  • Cadiz 2-2 Getafe
  • Girona 0-1 Atletico Madrid

MD25 Highlights

Girona 0-1 Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid edged past Girona was the latest game during MD25.

Alvaro Morata scored the only goal to help El Cholo Simeone’s side solidly stand in the league’s s top four after the 25th game of the season.

Alvaro Morata scored a late winner for Atletico Madrid
Alvaro Morata scored a late winner for Atletico Madrid

Thanks to the Spanish striker’s winning goal, Atletico Madrid’s unbeaten run is stretched to nine matches and also strengthens their grip on third place in the standings.

Los Colchoneros now moved to 48 points and are three points clear of Real Sociedad in the race to finish third.

Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Barca

Raphinha takes charge at San Mames as the Brazilian winger scored the only goal to beat Athletic Bilbao.

It was the Brazilian winger’s ninth goal of the season in all competitions but was only given following a VAR review after originally being ruled offside. 

Raphinha scored against Bilbao
Raphinha scored against Bilbao

The crucial win helped Xavi’s side to build a solid first place in the standings with nine points clear atop.

Real Madrid 3-1 Espanyol

Los Blancos came from behind to beat Espanyol at the Santiago Bernabeu, with Vinicius Jr and Eder Militao both scored for the reigning La Liga champions.

Militao scored for Real Madrid
Militao scored for Real Madrid

The home team struggled as Espanyol was the better side who had their early lead when Joselu scored inside seven minutes.

However, Vinicius Jr equalized for Real Madrid with a nice finish, before Militao accomplished the comeback with a header. Marco Asensio then sealed the third and three points.

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