He cut Getafe’s lead and… Las Palmas sees Europe!


Islanders for Europe! Victory (2-0) celebrated the Las Palmas welcoming her He was flying in the match that opened the curtain on the 15th season of La Liga.

A result that allowed the hosts to overtake their opponents, climbing to 8th place (21b.) and at +2 from the team of Jose Bordalas who fell to 11th. In fact, this was the first defeat for the latter after eight games in the league.

In the matches, García Pimienda’s team took the lead in 43′ with his… lopsided head Araujo. Things, however, became more favorable for Las Palmas with the start of the second half, in the first seconds of which the Alterate he faced her directly Red card.

The hosts, therefore, took advantage of their numerical advantage, finding a second goal in the final. And if Moleiro’s goal in the 88th minute didn’t count for offside, neither did his Herrera in delays (90’+2′), which made the final 2-0.

The schedule for the 15th matchday:

Friday (1/12)

Las Palmas-Getafe 2-0

(43′ Araujo, 90’+2′ Herrera)

Saturday (2/12)

Girona-Valencia (15:00)

Bilbao-Rayo Vallecano (17:15)

Real Madrid-Granada (19:30)

Osasuna-Real Sociedad (22:00)

Sunday (3/12)

Mallorca-Alavés (15:00)

Almeria-Betis (17:15)

Sevilla-Villarreal (19:30)

Barcelona-Atletico Madrid (22:00)

Monday (4/12)

Celta-Cádiz (22:00)

The next (16th) matchday:

Friday (8/12)

Getafe-Valencia (22:00)

Saturday (9/12)

Alaves-Las Palmas (15:00)

Betis-Real Madrid (17:15)

Villarreal-Real Sociedad (19:30)

Mallorca-Seville (22:00)

Sunday (10/12)

Atletico Madrid-Almeria (15:00)

Granada-Bilbao (17:15)

Cadiz-Osasuna (19:30)

Barcelona-Girona (22:00)

Monday (11/12)

Rayo Vallecano-Telta (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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