Three providential stops saved the babazorro team in San Mamés. He had seven games in a row conceding goals.
MILITAO (REAL MADRID)
As in the match against Liverpool, the responsibility did not weigh on him and he multiplied to anticipate the Catalans. He was expeditious and did not complicate with the ball at his feet.
GABRIEL PAULISTA (VALENCIA)
He forced a maximum penalty that transformed Wass and sealed the tie against Real Sociedad with a great header.
The Cordovan defender contributed to the Nasrid comeback in Valladolid by scoring a goal, his first in the top flight.
OF FRUITS (LEVANTE)
The Segovian was very participative in attack and was in charge of overtaking the Catalans after taking advantage of an assist from Clerc.
GUEVARA (REAL SOCIEDAD)
Txuri Urdin made his debut as a scorer with a cross shot from the edge of the area that Valencia’s goalkeeper Jaume did not reach.
He signed his second goal in LaLiga Santander, hooking a right hand adjusted to the post from the front.
‘PAPU’ GÓMEZ (SEVILLA)
He only needed ten minutes to sign the comeback in Balaídos, after stealing Aidoo’s wallet and beating the Celta goal with a great kick.
IAGO ASPAS (CELTA)
Moaña’s crack was once again lethal, scoring two goals and leaving Brais Méndez free to sign his.
RAFA MIR (HUESCA)
His two goals against Elche make him the best scorer in the history of the Huesca team in the First Division, with twelve goals, two above the Argentinean Chimy Ávila’s mark.
BENZEMA (REAL MADRID)
He added a new work of art to his particular museum of football jewels, breaking his bad scoring streak in the classics with a masterful heel shot.