After All Matches Yesterday, This Is How The La Liga Table Looks Like
By Jnickron | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 19 views
The Madrid Derby result between Atletico Madrid & Real Madrid yesterday has created way for Barcelona to top of the La Liga next week as the Los Blancos came from behind to hold Atletico to a 1-1 draw at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
Luis Suarez goal was the difference in the first 45 minutes action of the fixture as the Uruguayan International scored beautifully in the 15th minute of the clash to make it 1-0 for his side at half time.
Atletico almost got away with all three points in the fixture but eventually Karim Benzema came through for the Los Blancos side as he scored in the 88th minute from close range to make sure the fixture ended in a 1-1 tie at full time.
In other fixtures in the La Liga we saw Atletico Madrid defeat Valencia 2-1 at the San Mames Barria courtesy of goals from Asier Villalibre & Alex Berenguer.
After all matches yesterday, this is how the La Liga table looks like.
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