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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Barcelona 1 0 0 3
3 R Sociedad 1 0 0 3
4 Leganes 1 0 0 3
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Atletico Madrid salvage draw despite Griezmann red card; Sociedad win late

Girona celebrated after Cristhian Stuani scored against Atletico Madrid, but they could not hang on to win.

Antoine Griezmann was sent off but Atletico Madrid battled back to secure a dramatic 2-2 draw at La Liga newcomers Girona in their opening match of the new season on Saturday.

The Catalans were making their debut in Spain's top flight. Following a minute's silence at Estadi Municipal de Montilivi in respect of the victims of the terror attacks in Barcelona and the nearby seaside town of Cambrils, Girona raced into a two-goal lead.

Uruguay forward Cristhian Stuani headed in a cross at the far...

Real Sociedad boss hopes Barcelona target Inigo Martinez will stay

Alejandro Moreno reflects on Barcelona's loss to Real Madrid in the Super Cup and the highs and lows of Ronaldo's display.

Real Sociedad coach Eusebio Sacristan hopes defender Inigo Martinez, linked with Barcelona, will stay at the club.

Centre-back Martinez helped Sociedad finish sixth in La Liga and qualify for the Europa League, with his performances attracting an approach from Barca.

The 26-year-old is reported to have agreed a five-year contract.

But Eusebio told Marca: "For us, he is a very important player, extraordinary, and of a level that we all know. It's very good that we have him with us.

"There have been...

Carlos Vela will 'give my all' for Real Sociedad ahead of LAFC move

LAFC's first designated player, Carlos Vela, says the up-and-coming club's appeal enticed his long-contemplated move to MLS.
The ESPN FC crew question whether or not Bob Bradley will get consistent production from new LAFC signing, Carlos Vela.

Real Sociedad striker Carlos Vela has pledged to give his all over the coming months before leaving for MLS franchise Los Angeles FC.

LAFC announced that the Mexico international will join their club on Jan. 1, 2018 and the player confirmed the news on Twitter, while showing a photo of himself wearing the LA FC colours.

Vela joined Sociedad from Arsenal in the summer of 2011 and has gone on to make 171 appearances.

He posted a video of his time at La Real  followed by an emotional letter to...

Bob Bradley: Los Angeles FC will build team around Carlos Vela

LAFC's first designated player, Carlos Vela, says the up-and-coming club's appeal enticed his long-contemplated move to MLS.

Los Angeles FC manager Bob Bradley says he intends to build his team around Mexico international striker Carlos Vela.

Vela completed his move from Real Sociedad this week, opting to join the expansion club as its first designated player. And Bradley says he will be the cornerstone to build around ahead of the club's inaugural 2018 season.

"Carlos immediately puts us in a position of respect, but you have to work putting all the right players around him," Bradley told Soccer Weekly on ESPNLA 710.

"Obviously,...