Spanish League: Real Sociedad beat Celta de Coudet and is leader

The leader Real Sociedad beat 2-0 this thursday as a visitor Celta de Vigo, and further complicated the group led by Eduardo Coudet, at the close of the eleventh date of the League of Spain.

The goals of the Swede Alexander Isak and from basque Aritz elustondo, both in the complement, they gave him the triumph at the Balaídos stadium to the team that leads the Spanish championship with 24 points.

Celta had Matías Dituro, Franco Cervi and Augusto Solari, although only the first from them started as a starter.

The truth is the Vigo team exacerbated its crisis, has Chacho Coudet under the magnifying glass, adds just 10 units and it’s close to the drop zone.

Choking mattress

Atlético Madrid, with the income of Angel Correa and Rodrigo De Paul in the complement, won in condition away, but at the end they tied 2-2 with Levante.

In the first stage, the French striker Antoine Griezmann opened the scoring, he equaled it as a penalty Macedonian midfielder Enis Bardhi, who at the end of the meeting would be the person in charge of sealing the final tie with another penalty; shortly before, the brazilian attacker Matheus Cunha It gave the Colchonero the partial advantage.

With this result, Diego Simeone’s team -which ended up expelled- could not join the squad of the bodyguards and was left with 19 points, while Lift is penultimate just 6.

From bad to worse


Getafe, last in the table and with the entry in the complement of defender Jonathan Silva, drew 1-1 against Granada.

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Turkish striker Enes Ünal opened the scoring for the Madrid team in the second part, but the spanish attacker Jorge Molina equalized it for the local in the seventh minute discount.

In addition, Colombian striker Luis Suárez -homonym of the Uruguayan attacker who militates in the Colchonero- missed a penalty in the complement for the whole of Granada.

Positions: Real Sociedad 24; Real Madrid, Sevilla and Betis 21; Osasuna, Rayo Vallecano and Atlético Madrid, 19; Athlétic Bilbao 17; Barcelona 15; Espanyol 14; Valencia and Mallorca 13; Villarreal 12; Elche and Celta 10; Alaves 9; Granada and Cádiz 8; Pick up 6; Getafe 3.

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