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1) GERONIMO RULLI (REAL SOCIEDAD) – 8.1
The shot-stopper was crucial to Real Sociedad’s 1-0 away win over Las Palmas, making sure his team claimed all three points with a string of important saves.
The hosts dominated the fixture but just couldn’t find a way past the goalkeeper.
2) SERGI ENRICH (EIBAR) – 7.5
The Eibar forward was crucial to his team’s comfortable 3-0 win over Malaga, as Enrich got on the scoresheet and bagged an assist. His goal was a well-taken, fiercely-struck shot to seal the points and move him into double figures for the season in La Liga.
Enrich also brought up a club milestone with his goal.
3) MIKEL SAN JOSE (ATHLETIC CLUB BILBAO) – 7.5
On a day when Bilbao honoured manager Ernesto Valverde after he recently broke the record for most games in charge of the Basque club, Mikel San Jose made sure the team gave their boss a win.
The defensive midfielder’s coolly-dispatched finish in the second half capped off an impressive individual display and gave Bilbao a 3-1 lead over Granada, wrapping up the points.
4) ASIER ILLARRAMENDI (REAL SOCIEDAD) – 7.5
Many fans will remember Illarramendi from his time at Real Madrid but he has been one of Real Sociedad’s best players this season, reminding observers why Los Blancos signed him in the first place.
Against Las Palmas on Friday, Illarramendi engaged in an enthralling individual duel with opposition midfielder Roque Mesa for control of the midfield. While Las Palmas were the better side on the night, the 26-year-old ensured Sociedad were never out of the game as they eked out a 1-0 win that could prove crucial in the race for Champions League spots.
Afterwards, the midfielder was delighted with the three points.
5) ALEXANDER SZYMANOWSKI (LEGANES) – 7.4
The Argentine attacker is now Leganes’ top scorer in La Liga this season, having picked up a fourth during a stunning 4-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna in the relegation six-pointer.
Leganes hadn’t won in La Liga since November and started Saturday’s game just one point above the relegation places, and a point behind their opponents, but thanks to Szymanowski and this teammates, the team have a little breathing space in the relegation fight now in the form of a four-point cushion.
GOAL! Leganes take a 1-0 lead as Alexander Szymanowski nicely finishes Nabil El Zhar's cross while on the turn (20). #LeganesDepor— LaLiga (@LaLigaEN) February 25, 2017
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