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Barcelona determined the match with Valencia with one motion, Valladolid higher than Espanyol

Barcelona finished the job against Valencia with one action.

The Catalans reached the points thanks to Busquets in the 15th minute. The midfielder of Barca sent a deep ball on the visitors’ penalty, Rafinha ran in and with a kick he overtook the goalkeeper Mamardashvili who made a bad run. After this victory, Barcelona has 10 points more than the second-placed Real.

In the 55th minute, the home team had the opportunity to double the advantage, after a shot by Kunde, the ball hit the hand of Ugo Guiliamon in the penalty area.

A penalty was awarded, but Ferran Torres’ shot from 11 meters was inaccurate. The striker of the home team hit the post.

Five minutes later Barcelona found themselves in big trouble. Stopper Ronald Araujo, as the last player in the defense, fouled Ugo Duro and earned a red card.
With a player less, Xavi Hernández’s men kept their advantage and took another step towards the La Liga title.

Valladolid better than Espanyol

The home team could have taken the lead in the fourth minute, but Kyle Larin’s goal was disallowed for offside.

Valladolid still managed to take the lead with a goal by Ivan Sanchez in the 25th minute, and Alvaro Aguado added to the score in the 62nd minute.

The guests scored a consolation goal in the 87th minute through Martin Braithwaite.

La Liga, Round 24:

Real Sociedad – Cadiz 0:0

Getafe – Girona 3:2
Almeria – Villarreal 0:2
Majorca – Elche 0:1
Atletico Madrid – Sevilla 6:1

Valladolid – Espanyol 2:1
Barcelona – Valencia 1:0
Rayo Vallecano – Athletic Bilbao 0:0
21.00 Betis – Real Madrid

21.00 Osasuna – Celta

1. Barcelona 62
2. Real Madrid 52
3. Atletico Madrid 45
4. Real Sociedad 44
5. Real Betis 40
6. Villarreal 37
7. Rajo Valjekano 35
8. Athletic Bilbao 33
9. Osasuna 33
10. Majorca 31
11. Girona 30
12. Espanyol 27
13. Celta 27
14. Valladolid 27
15. Cadiz 26
16. Getafe 25
17. Seville 25
18. Almeria 25
19. Valencia 23
20. Elche 12

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