MX23RW : Tuesday, October 23 19:02:22
Mar 1, 2018 at 8pm UK at ​Estadio de Gran Canaria (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
Attendance: 23,778
Las PalmasLas Palmas
1-1
Barcelona
Calleri (48' pen.)
Aguirregaray (5'), Castellano (10'), Navarro (20'), Etebo (67'), Galvez (68'), Calleri (90')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Messi (21')
Digne (24'), Roberto (41'), Umtiti (52')
Timeline
5'     M. Aguirregaray (Tripping)
10'     D. Castellano (Holding)
20'     X. Navarro (Tripping)
L. Messi        21'
(Tripping) L. Digne        24'
(Unsportsmanlike cond) S. Roberto        41'
(Tripping) S. Umtiti        52'
(A. Vidal) Coutinho        57'
(Paulinho) I. Rakitic        63'
67'     O. Etebo (Tripping)
68'     A. Galvez (Tripping)
70'     A. Aquilani (V. Gomez)
(A. Iniesta) O. Dembele        75'
76'     Michel (D. Castellano)
86'     D. Garcia (J. Samperio)
90+5'     J. Calleri (Foul)

Sergio Busquets: 'We dropped two big points'

Busquets: 'We dropped two big points'
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Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets says that his team 'dropped two points at an important moment' on Thursday night.

Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets has said that his team 'dropped two points at an important moment' against La Palmas ahead of Sunday's top-of-the-table clash with Atletico Madrid.

Barcelona are still unbeaten in La Liga this term, but they could only draw 1-1 at struggling Las Palmas on Thursday night.

On Sunday, the Catalan giants will welcome an Atletico side who have won their last eight matches in all competitions.

The gap from first to second is now just five points, but Busquets has insisted that leaders Barcelona are "still in a privileged position" ahead of the clash at Camp Nou.

"We're still in a privileged position, although the toughest battle will be on Sunday," Busquets told reporters. "These are two points that we dropped at an important moment, but we knew that it was a difficult place to go, even if Las Palmas are near the bottom."

Barcelona have won 10 and drawn two of their 12 home La Liga matches this season.

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Tables
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Barcelona953123111218
2Espanyol9522137617
3AlavesAlaves9522128417
4Sevilla95132012816
5Atletico MadridAtletico9441105516
6Real Valladolid943286215
7Real Madrid9423139414
8Levante94141415-113
9Real Sociedad93331211112
10Getafe933388012
11Real Betis933357-212
12EibarEibar93241013-311
13Celta Vigo92431313010
14Valencia917178-110
15GironaGirona92431013-310
16Villarreal923478-19
17Athletic Bilbao81521014-48
18Leganes9225813-58
19Rayo Vallecano8125817-95
20Huesca9126720-135

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