If you’re a big fan of La Liga, you’ve probably checked out the latest football news on the Spanish league. In this article, we’ll go over Real Madrid’s win, Atletico Madrid’s draw with Cadiz, and Sevilla’s move up to second place. And we’ll talk about Lionel Messi’s future in the La Liga. And don’t forget to check out the latest fixtures, table, and transfer news!
Real Madrid win La Liga
It’s been nearly a decade since Real Madrid won the La Liga, and the club is just as deserving of the title as it is. The club has played in every major league in Spain, including La Liga, and won every single competition. With three consecutive wins, Real Madrid is a team worth paying attention to. Their success is unquestionable. In fact, their recent win over Barcelona has reinforced their status as one of the best in the world.
The last time Real Madrid won the La Liga title was in 1995, when the league was expanded to 22 teams and a win was worth three points. This would be Real Madrid’s largest margin of victory over any team in that span of time. The gap was 12 points, the most it’s ever been in the competition. Only two teams have accumulated as many points in their entire history. And this year, Real Madrid will go down as the most dominant team in the history of the league.
Atletico Madrid draw with Cadiz
On Sunday, Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 with Cadiz in LaLiga action. Atletico, who are fourth in the table, were on the brink of relegation after three straight defeats. However, the La Liga club have made some positive improvements under new coach Sergio Gonzalez, and it is expected that they will continue to improve over the next few weeks.
After a two-goal win over Getafe on Sunday, Cadiz climbed out of the relegation zone. They have won their last four matches, but they are only two points above the relegation zone. Their latest game ended 2-0, with Ruben Alcaraz and Oussama Idrissi scoring the goals. Cadiz has added plenty of quality to its squad in the recent winter transfer window, and they look well-equipped to fight their way out of the relegation zone.
Sevilla move up to second in table
Following Friday’s 4-2 win over Granada, Sevilla have moved up to second place in the La Liga football table. The result is a welcome recovery from their defeat at the hands of Barcelona, who are now just three points behind Sevilla. They now have 60 points, two more than the Catalan club and three more than Atletico Madrid. But what happens next? Let’s take a look at some of the team’s upcoming fixtures.
Barcelona remain three points behind Sevilla, with two games to go. Although they have a game in hand, Xavi has asked his players to keep up the momentum and fight for a Champions League spot. The Catalan side will be without Luuk de Jong, who failed a coronavirus test, and Sergino Dest, who will miss the match. They will also be without Sergio Roberto, who is out injured.
Lionel Messi’s future in La Liga
With FC Barcelona in massive financial trouble and facing an uncertain future, some have wondered what will happen to the Argentina striker. The Barcelona president, Joan Laporta, said he would not risk the club by agreeing to Messi’s free transfer. But that might be the last thing he thinks about. It’s possible that Messi’s free transfer could prove to be a good thing for the team.
There are a few reasons why the club might not want to retain Messi. The players have been saying for months that they want to remain at Barca, the only club they’ve ever called home. The club’s president, Joan Laporta, was Messi’s ally before his election in March, so the timing was not perfect. And the club’s president has reportedly backed Laporta’s decision to break the player-club union.
Barcelona coach Xavi praises his team’s progress
Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi has praised his team’s progress in the league and feels the current manager is transforming the Blaugrana into a more complete unit. Under Xavi, Catalan football has improved dramatically. The Blaugrana have been in fine form in recent weeks and did some smart business in the winter transfer window, bringing in Dani Alves, Ferran Torres, Adama Traore, and Pierre-Emeyang.
Xavi also praises his team’s recent form, which has included a 1-1 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt. Barcelona’s recent record in the El Clasico is poor, but they have performed well away from home, having won four of their last five matches in all competitions. But despite this mediocre record, the Spaniards are still confident that they can return to the Champions League next season.
Carlo Ancelotti’s La Liga career
After a long managerial career, Carlo Ancelotti has returned to La Liga with Real Madrid. He started out with Reggiana, who finished second in the Italian second division. After a season at Parma, Ancelotti won two Champions League titles with the club, before taking over as coach of AC Milan. Ancelotti won a further four league titles with the club, including their first since 2003. In his final season, he led the club to a record 17 Scudetto, which was a first for the club.
In 2021-22, Carlo Ancelotti won the La Liga title with Real Madrid, completing his sixth consecutive season in the competition. This victory secured Real Madrid’s Liga crown with four games to spare. Ancelotti was previously a manager of AC Milan, and won the Serie A title in 2004. He has also won the Champions League twice, and is currently the only coach to win each of the five major European leagues on at least one occasion.