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Madrid back on track with win against Espanyol

Published: Saturday 10 January 2015, 23.55CET
Goals from James Rodríguez, Gareth Bale and Nacho gave Real Madrid CF a 3-0 win against RCD Espanyol, allowing the Merengues a four-point cushion at the Liga summit.

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Published: Saturday 10 January 2015, 23.55CET

Madrid back on track with win against Espanyol

Goals from James Rodríguez, Gareth Bale and Nacho gave Real Madrid CF a 3-0 win against RCD Espanyol, allowing the Merengues a four-point cushion at the Liga summit.

Real Madrid CF beat RCD Espanyol 3-0 to go four points clear at Liga summit.
• Goals from James Rodríguez, Gareth Bale and Nacho give Madrid the win.
• Nacho scores after coming on following the 53rd-minute dismissal of Fábio Coentrão.
• Carlo Ancelotti's side had lost their last two games in all competitions.
FC Barcelona and Club Atlético de Madrid, both four points adrift, meet on Sunday.

Valencia CF, fourth, draw 1-1 with RC Celta de Vigo, who are eight Liga games without a win.
Málaga CF and Villarreal CF, seventh and sixth respectively, draw 1-1.
SD Eibar record 2-1 home success over Getafe CF.

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Results

Spanish Liga 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 10/01/2015 23:52 CET

10/01/2015

EibarEibar2-1GetafeGetafe

Manu 33, Capa 51

Diego Castro 80

Venue: Eibar

10/01/2015

CeltaCelta1-1ValenciaValencia

Orellana 61

Rodrigo 43

Venue: Pontevedra

10/01/2015

MálagaMálaga1-1VillarrealVillarreal

Amrabat 60

J. Dos Santos 45+1

Venue: Malaga

10/01/2015

Real MadridReal Madrid3-0EspanyolEspanyol

James Rodríguez 12, Bale 28, Nacho 76

Venue: Madrid

09/01/2015

LevanteLevante0-0DeportivoDeportivo

Venue: Valencia

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