News, commentary, tickets, pre and post match reaction alongside opinion about the Malaga football team.

La Liga

Barcelona Run Riots Against Vallecano as Malaga Stunned Valencia

Barcelona gets themselves back on winning ways with a massive 7-0 victory over Rayo Vallecano in the weekend and temporarily held Real Madrid’s title celebration at least for the next few matches. Lionel Messi and Pedro bagged a brace for the Catalan while the other goals were scored by Thiago, Seydou Keita along with an own goal from Rober.

The victory was obviously a sweet result for the Blaurgrana after such a frustrating time they had recently, from getting beaten by Madrid, crashed out in the Champions League and Pep Guardiola’s departure for next season.

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Malaga's Champions League Dream Getting Closer

Malaga’s Champions League gets even bigger as they managed to sneak into third place, surpassing Valencia after Manuel Pellegrini’s boys convincingly defeated 10 men Racing Santander 3-0.

Despite missing a penalty in the early minutes, goals from Isco, Santi Cazorla and Ruud Van Nistelrooy were more than enough to lift them up a place, giving more hope on their European dream by the end of season.

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Malaga Grab Fourth Place Spot, Atletico and Bilbao Disappoints Again

Malaga move themselves back into fourth place after picking up an important 2-1 win over home team ,Espanyol, on Sunday, with goals from Ruud Van Nistelrooy and Martin Dimichelis.

It wasn’t an easy ride though for Manuel Pellegrini’s side as they were forced to make a comeback after trailing a goal down in the first half from Philippe Coutinho.

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Reald Madrid 10 Points Gap Cut to 8 as They Were Held by Malaga

Mallorca vs Real MadridReal Madrid failed to maintain their 10 point gap with Barcelona this weekend after they only managed to get a draw against Malaga despite playing at Santiago Bernebau and simply dominating the game especially in the second half.

However, a late free kick goal from Santi Cazorla simply destroyed Los Blancos’ effort as they only managed to score a goal on the match through Karim Benzema and couldn’t converted more of their chances.

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Barcelona Slip Up

Could this be the turning point in the La Liga title race? The league has barely made past the 10 game mark and it would be presumptuous to think that Real Madrid will win the title, however, Barca’s slip up at home on Saturday, gave Los Merengues the opportunity to leap the Catalans into first place in the League thanks to their 4-0 win over Malaga.

Barcelona were held to a barren draw at home by a determined Sevilla side that almost caused a big upset at the Camp Nou last night. The visitors got off the mark very fast and threatened to score early in the game when Emiliano Armenteros attempt with a  beautiful half volley shot was scampered just a inches wide of the goal post.