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La Liga 2019/20 - Week 16 Fixtures - 6-8th December, 2019

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Friday 6th December, 2019
Villarreal vs Atletico Madrid, 20.00

Saturday 7th December, 2019
Real Madrid vs Espanyol, 12.00
Granada vs Alaves, 15.00
Levante vs Valencia, 17.30
Barcelona vs Mallorca 20.00

Sunday 8th December, 2019
Eibar vs Getafe, 11.00
Real Betis vs Athletic Bilbao, 13.00
Real Valladolid vs Real Sociedad, 15.00
Leganes vs Celta Vigo, 17.30
Osasuna vs Sevilla, 20.00

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On 06/12/2019 at 19:23, BartraPique1932 said:


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Another assist for him him just now.

A defence splitting pass at that to set up Griezmann to make it 1-0.

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Am I wrong, but with Ivan back in the middle Barca seemed to be able to 'boss' the game from start to finish and Lionel had another field day.  Co-incidence?

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On 08/12/2019 at 06:47, Machado said:

Odd that there's no activity here.

Suarez' goal must be one of the best ever scored. https://streamvi.com/watch.php?video=1575751468

The finish is disgusting by itself but the set up is at least as good as peak Barça.

@Carnivore Chris @SirBalon

Immense goal. It was like a back heel rebona and I can't remember seeing that before. Suárez certainly knows how to score a memorable goal. The play from de Jong before it was also excellent and he had a fantastic performance in general. 

Messi with another ha trick, all of which were good goals. 

Griezmann has looked much more settled recently. 

The lack of clean sheets is an issue, although the performances keep improving. 

Rakitic being back in the side is also making a difference. 

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Joaquín not only became the oldest player in La Liga history to score a hat trick yesterday but he was also the best player on the pitch by a mile. Betis have looked a lot better recently, a lot more settled with their style of play and identity. Hopefully, it will continue.

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