The race for the Laliga League title 2021/2022 is beginning to take shape.
Glorious games were played with the big boys coming to the party to launch their Teams in good positions for the title.
Matchday 7 was with arguably the match of the weekend as the Barcelona visited defending champions, Atletico Madrid.
Earlier on Saturday Osasuna garnered 3 points after beating Rayo Vallecano 1-0 from Sanchez late goal.
Mallorca hosted Levante a game which ended 1-0 while Cadiz and Valencia game ended a goalless draw.
Atletico Madrid took three point After punishing Barcelona 2-0. Goals were scored by former Barcelona striker Luiz suarez and Thomas Lemar.
After Saturday games Real Madrid are leading in the top of table with 18 points followed by Atletico Madrid with 18 points, Real Sociedad are 3rd with 16 points while sevilla are 4th with 14 points. Barcelona are at position 9 with 12 points. See in table below.
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