Celta de Vigo

19th La Liga | 0-2
  • Goals For
    19th
    0 GF
  • Assists
    15th
    0 GA
  • Shots
    13th
    10 Shots
  • Saves
    3rd
    5 SAV
  • Real Madrid vs. Celta Vigo: Score and Reaction from 2016 LaLiga Match
    Bleacher Report3 hours ago

    Real Madrid vs. Celta Vigo: Score and Reaction from 2016 LaLiga Match

    Real Madrid had to dig deep to win their second match of the 2016-17 LaLiga campaign, beating Celta Vigo 2-1 on Saturday at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Both teams were evenly matched throughout the first half, and the pattern continued after the break. Alvaro Morata gave the hosts the lead on the hour mark, but Celta Vigo's Fabian Orellana hit back shortly after. A late Real offensive saw Toni Kroos find a winner, as Los Blancos continued their perfect start to the season. As shared by Real's official Twitter account, the hosts still couldn't count on Cristiano Ronaldo, while starlet Marco Asensio once again made the starting XI: Los Blancos started the match on the front foot, with Morata

  • Who could Manchester United face in Friday’s Europa League draw?
    The Busby Babe

    Who could Manchester United face in Friday’s Europa League draw?

    Ah yes, the return of the humble Europa League. The group stage draw is set to be made at UEFA’s swanky pad in Monaco in a few hours time, and we’ve been painstakingly having a look at who Manchester United could face (i.e. checked UEFA’s website) so you don’t have to. The good news is United are in Pot 1, and so theoretically, at least, will avoid being drawn against the tournament’s strongest teams. Also in this pot are Schalke, Zenit, Shakhtar Donetsk, Athletic Club, Olympiacos, Villarreal, Ajax, Inter Milan, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and Viktoria Plzeň. As you can see, many of these sides are pretty experienced European competitors, and United will be happy to have avoided them. However, anyone

  • Samper set for Granada loan
    Barca Blaugranes

    Samper set for Granada loan

    Sergi Samper has made a decision about his future. After having a candid discussion with Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, who said he wanted Samper to join a smaller La Liga side to be an undisputed starter and gain more experience, the young midfielder has agreed to join Granada on a season-long loan, according to multiple reports in Spain. Barça official Albert Soler said the move is close to being completed, and could be announced at any time. Samper has already said goodbye to his teammates, cleared his locker and left the club, according to Mundo Deportivo. Celta Vigo, Real Sociedad and Leganés were also interested in the 21-year-old, but Samper himself chose to work under new Granada coach