Yesterday, Saturday, four distinct games were played in the Spanish LaLiga, all of them were part of the matchday 30 schedule.
Real Madrid was granted a penalty in the 19th minute of the game, which was converted by Karim Benzema to give them a 1-0 lead. Despite all of the opportunities that had been created, the first half came to an end in this manner.
Celta Vigo looked the superior team in the second half, as Nolito equalized for them in the 52nd minute. Real Madrid was given a second penalty in the 64th minute, which Karim Benzema failed to convert. Real Madrid was handed another penalty in the 69th minute, which Karim Benzema converted to give them a 2-1 win.
Atletico Madrid and Alaves played at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in the final match of Saturday. For Atletico Madrid, this match was relatively simple.
Joao Felix pushed Atletico Madrid ahead early in the first half, scoring in the 11th minute. Nothing much transpired after that goal until the end of the first half.
When the game resumed in the second half, Atletico Madrid still had the upper hand, but Escalante equalized for Alaves in the 63rd minute. Atletico Madrid was awarded a penalty in the 73rd minute, which Luis Suarez converted to regain their advantage.
In the 82nd minute, Joao Felix made it 3-1 for Atletico Madrid, and Luis Suarez's 90th-minute goal sealed the 4-1 triumph.
After yesterday's games, here's how the Spanish LaLiga table looks.
Real Madrid maintains their lead in the table with their victories yesterday, while Atletico Madrid passes Barcelona.
What are your thoughts on the games that took place yesterday?
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