2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4-10-16, 21st in Spanish Segunda División
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800dESPN staff

Copa: MSN magic as Barca beat Bilbao

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez all scored as Barcelona overcame a first-leg deficit to beat Athletic Bilbao to advance in the Copa del Rey.

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822dPA Sport

Copa: Atleti advance; Malaga eliminated

Atletico Madrid brushed aside Guijuelo to advance to the last 16 of the Copa del Rey, while Malaga were eliminated by second-division Cordoba.

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973dPA Sport

Depor to sign Florin Andone from Cordoba

Deportivo La Coruna have reached an agreement to sign Romania forward Florin Andone from Cordoba, subject to a medical.

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1050dESPN staff

Cameroon's Ekeng dies after collapsing

Cameroon international Patrick Ekeng died after he collapsed during a match with Dinamo Bucharest in the Romanian capital on Friday, doctors said.

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1420dPA Sport

Cordoba 0-8 Barcelona

Luis Suarez scored his first hat trick for Barcelona and Lionel Messi bagged a brace as Cordoba lost 8-0 and were relegated from La Liga.

2018-19 Seg Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Osasuna311867+1460
Granada301695+1957
Deportivo La Coruña3113144+1853
Albacete3014115+1453
Málaga301497+951
Mallorca301398+1048
Cádiz301398+1448
Real Oviedo301389+247
Almeria3111128+745
AD Alcorcon3012711+243
Sporting Gijón3011910+542
Las Palmas309147+241
Numancia3081210-136
Elche3081210-536
Tenerife317159-736
Real Zaragoza3081012-534
Rayo Majadahonda309615-1433
Lugo3071112-832
Extremadura UD317915-730
Gimnastic de Tarragona306618-2624
Córdoba3041016-2222
Reus Deportiu315620-210

RankingsSpanish Segunda División

Goal Difference-2221st
Goals Scored34Tied-8th
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded5622nd