Cheers, tears and fears: LaLiga Matchday 18 Review
As we approach the halfway stage of the season, LaLiga Matchday 18 was a weekend low on goals but not short of drama.
Join hosts Matt Clark (@MattClark_08) and Román De Arquer (@Aeroslavee) to reflect on the talking points and the implications of all the results.
We start at the top, and it's as you were as both Barça and Real Madrid record victories, both having to endure some suffering. Winning championships isn't supposed to be easy, after all.
The most impressive team is in third, however, so we laud Real Sociedad once again as they set a new club record for consecutive victories in impressive fashion at Vallecas.
Atleti were also impressive, led by their pink prince Antoine Griezmann. They round off the top four and the first half of the show.
Into Part Two, we analyse two late victories of significance in Seville and Vila-Real, both courtesy of late pressure penalties. There was emotion and relief in equal measure.
Elsewhere there is more pain for Betis, a small glimmer of hope for Elche and a golazo from Segunda.
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