Real Madrid are back up to second place in Lal Liga, but they had to come back from a goal down to do it.
Despite the rather odd kick-off time of 12:00, around 400 people turned up at the Estadio Municipal Enrique López Cuenca to see Málaga C.F. draw 2-2 with Dutch side Sparta Rotterdam. The starting line-up for the Blue and Whites was: Arnau, Iban Cuadrado, Luque, Pere Martí, Fernando, Calleja, Luque D.A, Miguel Ángel, Manolo Gaspar, Cheli and Pablo Barros. For Sparta, …
A disastrous start to the season for the Blue and Whites, who have now gone four games without scoring a goal. This time they lost 2-0 to Valencia. Two from David Villa were enough to see Valencia return to the top of La Liga. Goals from Maresca and Chevantón were enough for Sevilla to seal victory against the early pacesetters …
The Blue and Whites secured promotion on the last day of the season with a 2-1 win over Tenerife.
It’s all going down to the wire in Division Two, both at the top and at the bottom with only one promotion place and two relegation slots actually decided.
A 2-2 draw with Castellón was enough to see Numancia crowned Division Two Champions for the first time in their history.
The Blue and Whites keep hold of second place in Division Two after Sporting Gijón drew 0-0 with Alavés and promotion beckons!!
The Blue and Whites traveled to Sevilla and came away with the three points in a 0-1 win. Calleja was on target to move Málaga another step closer to La Liga football next season.
The Blue and Whites scored four goals but still managed to lose as Hércules knocked in five in the second half, six in total.
The Blue and Whites took an early lead against struggling Gimnástic but ended up on the wrong side of a 1-2 scoreline.