La Liga Valora Fans Top Five

Sport360 staff 21:45 21/11/2016
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    The Cameroonian goalkeeper was outstanding between the sticks as Malaga held Barcelona to a goalless draw at the Nou Camp.

    The visitors, who had both Juan Carlos and Diego Lorente sent-off, had to rely on the veteran shot-stopper to keep them in the match – with the former Espanyol man thwarting Neymar, Gerard Pique and Rafinha, among others.


    The Los Blancos legend scored his 39th career hat-trick as Zinedine Zidane’s men thumped city neighbours Atletico Madrid at the Vicente Calderon.

    The 31-year-old opened the scoring in the first-half through a deflected free-kick before adding his second from the penalty spot. Team-mate Gareth Bale then teed up his third.


    A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on

    3. ISCO (REAL MADRID) – 7.6

    The midfielder pulled the strings from the middle of the park and was Real’s chief creator.

    4. NACHO (REAL MADRID) – 7.5

    The home-grown star was a rock at the back for the Whites and clearly relished playing for the local bragging rights, making sure the away side kept a clean sheet and recorded three all-important points.

    Tres puntos importantes en un estadio que siempre es especial. Partidazo de todo el equipo 💪

    A photo posted by Nacho Fernandez Iglesias (@nachofdez90) on


    The veteran one-club man scored in Sociedad’s impressive 3-1 success at Sporting Gijon, which lifted them above Atletico Madrid and into fifth position in the La Liga table.

    The San Sebastian side are now just a point off the top four.