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LaLiga review Barcelona are favourites to win LaLiga after they swept past Girona 3-0 for their sixth successive victory while Real Madrid remain seven points behind.

Francisco Aday and Gorka Iraizoz to put through their own net as the Catalan giants secured a victory that cemented their four-point lead at the top of the table.

Luis Suarez powered home his 87th Barcelona goal on his 100th club appearance after the break, and even prompted Iraizoz's own goal with a cute stepover.

But Lionel Messi drew a rare blank, leaving own goals accounting for Barcelona's second-highest goals haul behind their free-scoring Argentina talisman.

Messi already boasts nine league strikes this term, but now Barcelona have benefited from three own goals in the new campaign.

Barcelona's victory restored a four-point lead over second-placed Atletico Madrid, with big rivals Real Madrid trailing by seven.

Dani Ceballos fired a debut double to ease pressure on boss Zinedine Zidane as Real edged out Alaves 2-1.


Former Betis midfielder Ceballos capped his league debut for Real with a smart first-half brace that set Zidane's men back to winning ways.

The 21-year-old was reported to have been frustrated to remain an unused replacement as Real lost 1-0 to his former club Betis on Wednesday night.

But at Mendizorroza Ceballos set any moans aside to put Real back on track in their title defence, despite Manu Garcia's fierce headed equaliser and substitute Alfonso Pedraza twice hitting the post for the hosts.

Zidane defended Real's piecemeal start to the new league campaign by joking that one win in four games had left his tenure "jinxed", before reasserting himself as the club's "shining star". Real might have prevailed but were far from restored to their glittering best.

Pointless Alaves ended their five-game goal drought thanks to Garcia's bullet header, and grafted throughout to make Real work for their win.

Diego Costa watched Atletico Madrid's 2-0 win over Sevilla from the stands following his return to the capital club from Chelsea. Atletico's transfer ban means Costa cannot take the field until January, but he could at least revel in the club's form on Saturday.

Yannick Carrasco set Atletico en route to a third straight LaLiga win, breaking the deadlock after a goalless first half.

Carrasco rounded Sergio Rico before tucking in to hand the hosts the advantage, before Antoine Griezmann doubled the advantage.
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