Real Mallorca doubles the suffering of Atletico Madrid in the Spanish league

Madrid: Real Mallorca doubled Atletico Madrid’s suffering and beat them 1-0 on Wednesday night in the fourteenth round of the Spanish football league. The same stage saw Real Sociedad’s victory over Sevilla 2-1, Almeria over Getafe 1 /zero and Villarreal on Espanyol guest 1 /zero. The defeat was the third consecutive defeat for Atletico Madrid in league, as the previous two games have seen a defeat against Cadiz and a draw with Espanyol. Atletico Madrid’s balance stalled at 24 points and dropped to sixth, behind Athletic Bilbao and Real Betis, while Mallorca lifted the score to 16 points in twelfth place. Real Mallorca won the game in their favor, with only one goal scored by Vedat Muriki in the 16 ‘. Real Sociedad jumped to third place in championship, after beating Sevilla 2-1 on Wednesday night. Real Sociedad advanced with two goals scored by Alexander Sorloth and Brice Mendes in the 20th and 36th minutes, then Sevilla responded with just one goal from Rafael Mer Vicente in the 44th minute. Sevilla suffered from a numerical shortage in their ranks after Ivan Rakitic and Nianzo Kwasi were sent off in the 28th and 34th minutes. Real Sociedad’s balance rose to 26 points to move up to third place, 11 points behind leaders Barcelona and six points behind Real Madrid, while Sevilla’s balance stuck at 11 points in 17th place. Almeria beat Getafe with a lone goal scored by Leo Baptistao in the 26th minute, and the game also saw Rodrigo expelled from Almeria in the 87th minute for receiving a second warning. Almeria raised its score to 16 points in 14th place, while Getafe’s balance stopped at 14 points in 15th place. Friendly fire led the Villarreal side to a 1-0 victory over their host, Espanyol, as Villarreal resolved the match in their favor, with only one mistakenly scored by Espanyol’s Benjamin Lecomte in the goal. his team. Villarreal raised the score to 21 points in eighth place, while Espanyol’s balance stuck at 12 points in 16th place. (Dpa)