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La Liga match results: Atletico Madrid and Villarreal managed a draw

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Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano won the match defeating their opponents while Atletico Madrid played the draw with Villarreal. We have noted down La Liga match results played on 29th Aug 2021, Sunday. 

In the third La Liga round, Atletico Madrid took on Villarreal at the Wanda Metropolitano but the game ended in a draw. The only highlight of the entire goalless first half was a succession of yellow cards. After the break both the teams improved considerably with the guests scoring the opener in the 52nd minute with Manu Trigueros putting the ball into the back of the net. Luis Suarez restored the parity just 4 minutes later.

15 minutes before the referee blew the final whistle making it 2-1 it was Arnaut Danjuma who upset the reigning champions of Spain. However, Diego Simeone’s men managed to equalize in an injury time with Villarreal scoring an own goal. For the first time this season, Atletico lost points now placing fifth before the international break.

La Liga match results:

Cadiz – Osasuna 2:3
Goals: Fernandez 16’,66’ – Kike 60’(p.), Torres 90+1’(p.), Garcia 90+5’
Cadiz and Osasuna had a tough fight but the latter won the match with three goals over two from Alvaro Cervera’s side. Fernandez scored both the goals for Cadiz as the team took 4 yellow cards. 

Rayo Vallecano – Granada 4:0
Goals: Garcia 3’, Trejo 23’(p.), Nteka 43’, Comesana 58’
Rayo Vallecano dominated Granada leading the scoreboard by 4-0 and not letting Granada hit the net once. 

Atletico Madrid – Villarreal 2:2
Goals: Suarez 56’, Mandi 90+4’(o.g.) – Trigueros 52’, Danjuma 74’
Atletico Madrid barely escaped the defeat from Villarreal in their third La Liga match of the new season. Watch football highlights in which both teams struggled to achieve a victory.

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