2020 Schedule

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2020 Schedule
1-1-0, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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78dReuters

Celta and Atletico share spoils in insipid draw

Atletico Madrid dropped points for the third time since the season resumed after the coronavirus stoppage as they drew 1-1 away to Celta.

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89dESPN

Suarez brace not enough as Barca slump to draw

A Luis Suarez brace proved insufficient as Barcelona squandered an opportunity to go three points clear of Real Madrid atop La Liga with a 2-2 draw.

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180dAdriana Garcia

Celta player drives to Denmark despite lockdown

Celta Vigo winger Pione Sisto broke the government-mandated lockdown in Spain by driving to his native Denmark, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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220dCindy Garcia

Zidane escapes injury after boot to the face

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane escaped injury after being accidentally hit in the face by the boot of opposing defender Joseph Aidoo on Sunday.

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1yReuters

Atletico struggle to break down Celta in draw

Atletico Madrid missed the chance to go clear at the top of La Liga on Saturday when they were held to a frustrating goalless draw at home to Celta

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1yAdriana Garcia

Barcelona's Rafinha joins Celta on one-year loan

Rafinha Alcantara has returned to Celta on a season-long loan from Barcelona, subject to a medical, the two clubs announced on Monday afternoon.

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1yReuters

Celta end Sevilla's perfect start to season

Denis Suarez salvaged a 1-1 draw for Celta Vigo at Sevilla on Friday, scuppering Julen Lopetegui's side's perfect start to the season.

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1ySam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Barca sell midfielder Denis Suarez to Celta Vigo

Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez has agreed to move back to his boyhood club Celta Vigo, the Spanish champions said on Sunday.

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2yReuters

Celta fires ex-Monterrey, Tijuana boss Mohamed

Mohamed managed several big clubs in Mexico before Celta. He won league titles with Club America and Tijuana, as well as a cup title in Monterrey.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference1Tied-3rd
Goals Scored2Tied-5th
Assists1Tied-5th
Goals Conceded1Tied-4th