Only four games were played in the Spanish LaLiga yesterday, which was Saturday, and all four of these games were part of the gameweek 31 fixtures in the competition.
Only the two games involving Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid will be discussed in this article because they are the most important.
Atletico Madrid took on Mallorca in a match that took place yesterday afternoon. Atletico Madrid dominated this particular match, but they were unable to score a single goal, and they were severely punished for their numerous missed opportunities in the 68th minute, when Mallorca's Vedat Muriqi scored from the penalty spot to help them defeat Atletico Madrid 1-0 in the Champions League.
Real Madrid and Getafe played their most recent match at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, which took place on November 30th. Real Madrid struggled to a 2-0 victory in this game, and they were fortunate to escape with a point. Firstly, Real Madrid took a 1-0 lead through Casemiro in the 38th minute, and then in the 68th minute, Lucas Vazquez added another goal to make sure that Real Madrid won 2-0.
Following the conclusion of yesterday's games, this is how the Laliga table looks.
In the wake of their victory over Barcelona yesterday, Real Madrid has now opened a 15-point gap between themselves and the Catalans in the table
What are your thoughts on the Spanish LaLiga standings this season?
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