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Valencia put the brakes on Real Madrid run

Published: Sunday 4 January 2015, 22.55CET
Valencia CF have brought an end to Real Madrid CF's 22-game winning streak in all competitions, but Los Merengues remain top due to FC Barcelona's loss in San Sebastian.

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Published: Sunday 4 January 2015, 22.55CET

Valencia put the brakes on Real Madrid run

Valencia CF have brought an end to Real Madrid CF's 22-game winning streak in all competitions, but Los Merengues remain top due to FC Barcelona's loss in San Sebastian.

• Real Madrid CF's 22-game winning run in all competitions ends with 2-1 defeat at Valencia CF.
• Cristiano Ronaldo penalty opens scoring but Antonio Barragán and Nicolás Ottamendi win it for hosts.

FC Barcelona miss out on a chance to go top, losing 1-0 at Real Sociedad de Fútbol in the late game.
• Jordi Alba's early own goal costs Barcelona, who remain a point adrift of Madrid.
• Rayo Vallecano de Madrid ended a three game losing run with a 2-1 win at Getafe CF.
• José Baena and Jozabed Sánchez Ruiz goals help visitors come from behind.
• Promoted SD Eibar back up to eighth following 2-1 win at RCD Espanyol.

Last updated: 04/01/15 22.56CET

Results

Spanish Liga 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 04/01/2015 22:51 CET

04/01/2015

Real SociedadReal Sociedad1-0BarcelonaBarcelona

Jordi Alba 2 (og)

Venue: San Sebastian

04/01/2015

EspanyolEspanyol1-2EibarEibar

Caicedo 80

Manu 34, Piovaccari 37

Venue: Barcelona

04/01/2015

ValenciaValencia2-1Real MadridReal Madrid

Barragán 52, Otamendi 65

Ronaldo 14 (P)

Venue: Valencia

04/01/2015

GetafeGetafe1-2Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano

Vázquez 3

Sánchez Ruiz 39, Baena 64

Venue: Madrid

03/01/2015

MálagaMálaga1-2AlmeríaAlmería

García Sánchez 73

Hemed 39, 76 (P)

Venue: Malaga

03/01/2015

DeportivoDeportivo1-0AthleticAthletic

Ivan Cavaleiro 24

Venue: La Coruna

03/01/2015

ElcheElche2-2VillarrealVillarreal

Jonathas 26, Rodríguez Romero 35

Vietto 12, Uche 17

Venue: Elche

03/01/2015

SevillaSevilla1-0CeltaCelta

Pareja 32

Venue: Sevilla

03/01/2015

AtléticoAtlético3-1LevanteLevante

Griezmann 18, 47, Godín 82

El Zhar 62

Venue: Madrid

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