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La Liga 2019/20 - Week 7 Fixtures - 27th-29th September 2019

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It seems like anyone can beat anyone at the moment in La Liga, literally and we are  seeing a whole variety of results every week. While I believe La Liga is lacking from past years in terms of its attacking talent and big stars, it isn't short of entertainment or competitiveness still. It's very open really.

Villarreal seem to have a lot of goals in them this season for the record and Santi Cazorla looks in great shape. Arguably the best player in the league so far. In fact, it's not an argument, as he has been just that. 34, went to Villarreal after what seemed like a career threatening injury and then he is now starting every game and shining as much as anyone has in the league this season. Saying that, before going to Malaga, he lost a lot of pace from the speedy winger he once was and it was from there where he evolved in to what he became at Malaga, Arsenal and what we are seeing now at Villarreal. The Santi Cazorla who played for Villarreal in his first stint(and Recreativo) is a very different player to the one we have today, yet is equally as effective and important.

 

 

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Great play by Carles Perez then to beat 2 players and force a save from David Soria.

Getafe had a chance at the other end before that and it's been a bright start to the game.

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Just now, Carnivore Chris said:

Carles Pérez es rapidísimo! @SirBalon

Sin duda! Es un relámpago! O.o:eek:

He reminds me a bit of Marc Overmars.

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4 hours ago, Carnivore Chris said:

Great pass by Arthur. He's going to grow alot this season I believe. He needs to be given as much freedom as possible and he'll thrive. @El Profesor

Arthur´s been playing very well this season. He´s in really good shape and he´s also more confident in his second season at Barça. 

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Atletico should be winning this game. They've had some golden opportunities and Real have looked rattled at times.

Thomas has been brilliant.

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Haven't seen Hazard this un-influential since the 2015/16 season. This whole Real team is a mess. 

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Oblak and Thomas stood out for Atlético. But the team lacked ideas up front. More is needed to defeat this rather mediocre Real Madrid side.

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7 hours ago, Carnivore Chris said:

It seems like anyone can beat anyone at the moment in La Liga, literally and we are  seeing a whole variety of results every week. While I believe La Liga is lacking from past years in terms of its attacking talent and big stars, it isn't short of entertainment or competitiveness still. It's very open really.

Villarreal seem to have a lot of goals in them this season for the record and Santi Cazorla looks in great shape. Arguably the best player in the league so far. In fact, it's not an argument, as he has been just that. 34, went to Villarreal after what seemed like a career threatening injury and then he is now starting every game and shining as much as anyone has in the league this season. Saying that, before going to Malaga, he lost a lot of pace from the speedy winger he once was and it was from there where he evolved in to what he became at Malaga, Arsenal and what we are seeing now at Villarreal. The Santi Cazorla who played for Villarreal in his first stint(and Recreativo) is a very different player to the one we have today, yet is equally as effective and important.

 

 

I love him and I'm so glad to see him playing so well. 

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15 hours ago, ...Dan said:

I love him and I'm so glad to see him playing so well. 

His evolution as a footballer has been incredible really as he has had to change his style to continue being a top player and has had to overcome various serious injuries during his career. 

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4 minutes ago, Carnivore Chris said:

His evolution as a footballer has been incredible really as he has had to change his style to continue being a top player and has had to overcome various serious injuries during his career. 

His son is special too... Can't wait to see him when he's a professional.

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18 hours ago, Cicero said:

Haven't seen Hazard this un-influential since the 2015/16 season. This whole Real team is a mess. 

What else do you expected when a chelsea "great" is supposed to replace the greatest ex man utd and RM player ? It's too much too ask, even for Eden H. :what: benzema wasnt a mess, the guy season after season keeps being consistently one of the best strikers in the world. I would take him ahead of suarez everytime!

 

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5 minutes ago, Teso dos Bichos said:

What else do you expected when a chelsea "great" is supposed to replace the greatest ex man utd and RM player ? It's too much too ask, even for Eden H. :what: benzema wasnt a mess, the guy season after season keeps being consistently one of the best strikers in the world. I would take him ahead of suarez everytime!

 

Or it shows how limited Zidane is as a manager :what:

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