Levante vs Alaves Live Match Streaming | La Liga 2018/19

Levante vs Alaves Live Match Streaming | La Liga 2018/19

The hosts moved into a 5-1 lead, with Emmanuel Boateng scoring a hat-trick and Enis Bardhi netting twice.Levante vs Alaves Live Match Streaming  Barca’s Philippe Coutinho scored a hat-trick of his own and Luis Suarez netted a penalty to set up a tense finale. But the champions could not find an equaliser as they fell to a first La Liga defeat in 44 games.Ernesto Valverde, beaten in the league for the first time as Barcelona boss, may regret his decision to rest top scorer Lionel Messi for the trip to 15th-placed Levante. After coming through their game against Real Madrid unbeaten last weekend, it looked as though history beckoned for Barcelona.

Levante vs Alaves Live Match Streaming

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  • 5:30pm
  • Sunday 30th September
  • Ciutat de Valencia   (Att: 18528)

Barcelona should have expected a difficult evening at Levante, who have had a dramatic revival under boss Paco Lopez. When he was promoted from his role as reserve-team boss in March, the club were only one point above the relegation zone. But they have now won eight of their 10 games since his appointment – to take them 17 points clear of the bottom three. Lopez said it would be “historic” for Levante, in their first season back in the top flight following promotion, to beat Barcelona and there were big celebrations at the final whistle on a famous night for the club nicknamed the Frogs. Torres’ 71st-minute attempt was saved by Fernando Pacheco Flores- but seven minutes later Atletico won another penalty, which Kevin Gameiro scored. Atletico had Angel Correa sent off in injury time for two bookings. They remain second, eight points behind Barcelona, who will win La Liga if they avoid defeat at Deportivo La Coruna.

No side have gone an entire Spanish top flight season unbeaten since the 1930s, when there were only 18 games in a season. But they fell just short in a match that almost defied logic – they had only conceded 24 goals in their opening 36 games. With the league and cup double already wrapped up, and their Champions League run long over, it makes next Sunday’s final game against Real Sociedad largely irrelevant – except to send off departing captain Andres Iniesta.

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