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La Liga roundup after Matchday 7

La Liga Roundup- Records for Real Madrid and Barcelona after Matchday 7

September 30, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
Los Blancos walked away from the Wanda Metropolitano with a draw, while Los Culés finally ended their hoodoo away from home.

The seventh weekend in La Liga was quite a charmer for some teams, especially for those who keep fighting for the top spots of the tournament.

Real Madrid continues as the best team in the league, but there are six teams behind them that could leapfrog Los Blancos next week if they can't collect at least one point. The biggest surprise in the competition is none other than Granada, a recently promoted side that is ready to fight for a spot among the best La Liga teams.

Speaking about the league leaders, their draw against Atlético may have left the team with a bittersweet taste, but considering how much they had struggled recently in defense, things seem to be changing for the 13-time UEFA Champions League winners.The Spanish giants managed to give Zizou one more reason to believe in them, mainly due to their unprecendented defensive progress under the French boss.

Earlier that day, Barcelona made it past Getafe to climb back to the fourth spot of the competition. Coach Ernesto Valverde should be happy with his men, considering that they have been able to fill Messi's void in the goalscoring department whenever required.

And last, but not least, is Granada. The team from the South of Spain has made quite an impact in their return season to La Liga, and their start of the season has already earned them a place in the club's record books, as they have won 14 points in 7 games for the first time in history. Will they keep that up against Real Madrid next week?

La Liga top scorers

Without Messi around, there are some players trying to get a head start on the footballer so they can end his reign as the top scorer. The man that has made the most out of the Argentine's absence is Gerard Moreno, who has scored more goals than anyone in the Spanish top-flight after seven games.

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