La Liga Week 21 Scores And Standings

 This weekend was historic for the Big Two.  Raúl equalled Alfredo DiStefano’s record of 307 goals against Numancia.  Then on Sunday, and amid some dire circumstances, Pep Guardiola went to his ace in the hole- Lio Messi.   The moment he steps onto the pitch and puts up a brace.  For the club those were goals 4,999 and 5,000.

Meanwhile Athletic Bilbao got into the race for the UEFA Cup after beating Málaga rallying back from a 2-1 deficit.  Llorente has become the revelation of the tournament in the past few weeks as he has become vital in Los Leones  playing on two fronts for the first time in almost a quarter of a century.

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ATB:Yeste (36′), Llorente (71′), Susaeta (86′)

MAL: Luque (2′), Lolo (63′)

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MAD:  Raúl (48′), Robben (55′)

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DEP: Lafita (1′,62′), Riki (67′)

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RAC: Zigic (56′ pk)

BAR: Messi (65′, 81′)

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ATM: García Calvo (54′)

VLL: Prieto (50′), Victor (78′)

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ESP: Pareja (63′)

REC: Ruben (90’+2′)

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OSA: Pandiani (3′)

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BET: Juanma (7′), González (9′)

GET: Uche (64′, 71′)

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VAL: Joaquín (5′), Villa (29′, 61′)

ALM: Negredo (21′, 64′)

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SPO: Diego Castro (16′)


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