Two blockbuster fixtures went down in the La Liga this week as Atletico Madrid faced Barcelona at the Camp Nou Stadium while Real Madrid hosted Sevilla at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano. It was a battle among the top four teams in the competition as they looked to fight for the prestigious La Liga title till the end of the season.
Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid.
The Calatans welcomed Atletico Madrid to the Camp Nou Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The match was an intense one that saw both teams create lots of great chances which couldn't find the back of the net as they settled for a disappointing goalless draw at the end of the match.
Real Madrid vs Sevilla
Real Madrid welcomed 4th place Sevilla to the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano yesterday in the quest to earn maximum points from their encounter. The Los Blancos prevented Sevilla from getting the victory as they held them to a disappointing 2-2 draw courtesy of goals from Fernando, Ivan Rakitic, Marcos Alonso and Diego Carlos (Own Goal).
After Barcelona, Real Madrid And Atletico Madrid All Drew This Week, This Is How The La Liga Table Looks Like.
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