Spain Primera División Femenina
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02-08-2021, 05:32 PM -
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All 18 clubs in Spain’s top flight managed to get a game in this weekend for the first time in 2021 and, as expected, Barcelona came out ahead in their fixture at Logrono. Their 2-0 win featured goals from Victoria Losada and Kheira Hamraoui as big guns Leike Martens, Jennifer Hermoso, and Caroline Graham-Hansen were all uncharacteristically silent on the day. Barcelona is now seven points clear at the top of the table with three games in hand over their competition, steadily whittling away any sense of drama when it comes to the league title.

The race for the other two Champions League places promises to be much more exciting, though. Levante and Real Madrid currently hold those spots after Levante’s 1-1 draw at Rayo Vallecano and Real Madrid’s 3-1 win over Valencia. Real Madrid got yet another big game from Kosovare Asllani. She scored three times in four minutes between the 67th and 70th minutes.

Atlético Madrid managed to get a point in a 2-2 draw at Granadilla to stay within two points of third place Real Madrid and Madrid CF’s 1-1 draw against Real Sociedad keeps them level with Atlético on 35 points.
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02-16-2021, 03:33 PM -
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Barcelona took home the final women’s soccer trophy from the 2019-2020 season on Saturday by defeating Levante 3-0 in the Copa de la Reina Final. Alexia Putellas opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 42nd minute and Aitana Bonmati wasted no time doubling the lead two minutes later. Jennifer Hermoso sealed the trophy with a 61st minute finish in a game that Barcelona always felt comfortable in. This is the seventh time Barcelona have won Spain’s women’s cup competition and their first since 2018. Levante has six titles of their own, but none since 2007, and this is the first time they have made it to the final and lost.

As for league play this weekend, Atlético Madrid got a much-needed 4-0 win over Valencia to stop a series of disappointing results. Ludmila scored twice in the first half after Candela Andujar put Valencia in front in the 22nd minute. An own goal off Valencia’s Maria Jimenez in the 79th minute and a Rasheedat Ajibade goal three minutes later sealed all three points for Atlético.

Elsewhere, Granadilla came from behind with two goals from Cristina Martin-Prieto against nine-woman Eibar, Rayo shutout Espanyol 2-0, and Real Betis handled Deportivo la Coruña 3-1.


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