23rd January 2021
La Liga Table 28 Sept
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La Liga round-up (28 Sept)

All clubs have finally now played at least one match in La Liga’s new season – with Lionel Messi scoring in his first game since he tried to leave Barcelona – yet then finally accepting that he would have to see out the final year of his contract.

New Barça coach Ronald Koeman began his campaign with a 4-0 defeat of Villarreal on Sunday.

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Messi scored a penalty 10 minutes before half-time. An own goal from Pau Torres also added to two early goals from Barça’s 17-year-old Ansu Fati.

Meanwhile Luis Suarez, whose emotional departure from Barça was only confirmed last Thursday, marked his Atletico Madrid debut by scoring two goals in a 6-1 defeat of Granada.

La Liga Table 28 Sept
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Matchday 3 (of 38)

Played on Sat 26 Sept

Alaves 0  Getafe 0

Valencia 1  Huesca 1

Elche 0  Real Sociedad 3

Real Betis 2  Real Madrid 3

Played on Sun 27 Sept

Osasuna 1  Levante 3

Eibar 1  Athletic Bilbao 2

Atletico Madrid 6  Granada 1

Cádiz 1  Sevilla 3

Real Valladolid 1  Celta Vigo 1

Barcelona 4  Villarreal 0

Matchday 2 (of 38)

Played on Sat 19 Sept

Villarreal 2  Eibar 1

Getafe 1  Osasuna 0

Celta Vigo 2  Valencia 1

Played Sun 20 Sept

Huesca 0  Cádiz 2

Real Betis 2  Real Valladolid 0

Granada 2  Alaves 1

Real Sociedad 0  Real Madrid 0

Postponed:

Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona (6 Jan 2021)

Levante v Atletico Madrid (Feb-March 2021)

Sevilla v Elche (Feb-March 2021)

Matchday 1 (of 38)

Played on Sat 12 Sept

Eibar 0  Celta Vigo 0

Granada 2  Athletic Bilbao 0

Cádiz 0  Osasuna 2

Played on Sun 13 Sept

Alaves 0  Real Betis 1

Real Valladolid 1  Real Sociedad 1

Villarreal 1  Huesca 1

Valencia 4  Levante 2

Postponed:

Atletico Madrid v Sevilla (12 Jan 2021)

Barcelona v Elche (Feb-March 2021)

Real Madrid v Getafe (Feb-March 2021)

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