Celta Vigo beat Real Sociedad Champions League-chasing 1-0 away Wednesday from home as they got directing far from La Liga’s relegation zone.
Celta’s talismanic forward Iago Aspas scored the game’s just goal from the penalty spot on the halftime stroke after being felled in the area by Diego Llorente, who also gave Real Madrid a spot-kick in Sunday’s 2-1 misfortune.
Celta’s just shot on target in the hour and a half was the penalty and they went through the subsequent half kicking back and protecting their lead, with Colombian defender Jeison Murillo creating an outstanding display to help shut down the hosts.
The victory followed Sunday’s 6-0 thrashing of Alaves, putting Celta, sixteenth, seven points off the relegation zone. Meanwhile, Sociedad ‘s top-four aspirations are fast fading as they remain in seventh, six behind fourth-placed Seville.
With a hard-battled victory at Alaves in a game with not many chances for the two sides, Osasuna practically made sure about their assurance in La Liga.
Toni Lato, on Valencia loan, struck the triumphant goal in what was to be the main shot on target recorded in the game, in the 64th moment. The outcome moves Osasuna up to 38 points and with seven remaining season matches, they are presently 12 points clear from the drop zone and have made sure about their top-flight status with all yet one.
Alaves remain on 35 points and while their situation in La Liga isn’t under immediate threat, this is their third setback in about a month, following a shocking six-goal defeat at Celta Vigo on Sunday.
This will also be a cause for worry that the side of Asier Garitano was not even able to get a goal took shots at their home stadium for the whole match.