Spain, Barcelona brakes in San Sebastian. Real can now detach it


SAN SEBASTIAN – Barcelona's false step in view of the 'Clasico' recovery (Wednesday, 8 pm): the Blaugrana do not go beyond the 2-2 in San Sebastian against Real Sociedad and offer on a silver platter to Real Madrid, busy on Sunday evening (at 9pm) in Valencia, the great opportunity to climb over them to the top of the rankings. The race goes all uphill for the Catalans, pierced after 12 'by a penalty from Oyarzabal. Barca found the same with Griezmann at the end of the first half (38 ') and at the start of the second (49') took the lead with Suarez on an assist from Messi. Real Sociedad, however, did not give up and on 62 minutes equalized with Isak.

Barcelona protests for a penalty not granted

The Barcelona remained, however, indignant from the refereeing direction of Antonio Alberola Rojas who did not grant a penalty – appeared to the most clear – for a deduction on Gerald Pique. According to the Mundo Deportivo, the president of the blaugrana club Josep Maria Bartomeu will send a letter of protest "on the use of the Var" to the president of the Federcalcio, Luis Rubiales, to formally protest. The Catalan club points out to the body that manages the football in Spain "having been one of the clubs that worked the most for the implementation of the technology in Spanish football, in order to avoid mistakes and injustices".The results of the 17th day
Alaves – Leganes 1-1 (played Friday)

Granada – Levante 1-2
Real Sociedad – Barcelona 2-2
Athletic Bilbao – Eibar 6.30pm
Atletico Madrid – Osasuna 21 hours
Getafe – Valladolid (Sunday, 12 noon)
Celta Vigo – Mallorca (Sunday, 2 pm)
Espanyol – Real Betis (Sunday, 4 pm)
Seville – Villarreal (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Valencia – Real Madrid (Sunday, 9 pm)
Ranking: Barcelona 35 points; Real Madrid 34; Seville 31; Real Sociedad 28; Getafe 27; Athletic Bilbao, Atletico Madrid, Valencia 26; Granada 24; Levante, Osasuna 23; Real Betis 22; Valladolid, Villarreal, Alaves 19; Eibar 15; Mallorca 14; Celta Vigo 13; Leganes 10; Espanyol 9.
Barcelona and Real Madrid one race less

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