- Real Madrid suffered a 2-1 loss to Alaves at the Bernabeu as Eden Hazard suffered another injury
- Atletico Madrid beat Valencia 1-0 thanks to an own goal by Latorre Grueso
- Barcelona beat Osasuna 4-0 with Antoine Griezmann scoring a screamer
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Barcelona registered a convincing 4-0 win over Osasuna as the Catalans bounced back from last weekend’s league loss to Atletico Madrid.
At the Bernabeu, Zinedine Zidane’s side lost 2-1 to Alaves. The visitors opened the scoring from the penalty spot as former Arsenal forward Lucas Perez dispatched the penalty after Nacho was penalized for handball.
Madrid lost Eden Hazard to injury in the first half as the Belgian hobbled off to be replaced by Rodrygo.
Thibaut Courtois would gift Alaves a second goal before Casemiro pulled one back late in the match.
Elsewhere, Unai Emery’s Valencia fell to a 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid thanks to an own goal by Latorre Grueso.
On Sunday, former Middlesbrough man Martin Braithwaite opened the scoring after half an hour at the Nou Camp.
Antoine Griezmann doubled the hosts’ lead just before half time with a thunderous shot from outside the box. Philippe Coutinho put the result beyond doubt tapping into an empty net after good work by Griezmann.
Lionel Messi sealed the points in the closing moments of the match then made a special tribute to Diego Maradona as he took off his Barcelona to shirt to reveal the Newells Old Boys number 10 underneath.
Results on Saturday
Elche 1 – Cadiz CF 1
Valencia 0 – Atl Madrid 1
Huesca 0 – Sevilla 1
Real Madrid 1 – Alaves 2
Results on Sunday
Barcelona 4 – Osasuna 0
Getafe 1 – Ath Bilbao 1
Celta Vigo 3 – Granada 1
Real Sociedad 1 – Villareal 1