MADRID, May 8. (EUROPE PRESS) –
Real Sociedad secured the runner-up position in the Primera Iberdrola 2021-2022 this Sunday after drawing (1-1) against UDG Tenerife, while Atlético de Madrid did not fail (3-1) against an Eibar team that said goodbye to the category and stayed one point away from the Champions League after Real Madrid’s stumble against Valencia (0-0).
The Gipuzkoan team had already closed the Champions League last day and in this penultimate round of the domestic championship they certified their second place and thus avoid one of the previous access to the group stage. He did so after drawing 1-1 with a UDG side that bid farewell to their European options, thanks to a goal just before half-time from Mirari Uría that equaled Cristina Martín-Prieto’s early striker.
For his part, in Alcalá de Henares, at Atlético, on the day of tribute to Amanda Sampedro, Silvia Meseguer and Laia Aleixandri, he took another step to play in the Champions League next season by winning 3-1 against Eibar who joined Rayo Vallecano as a Reto Iberdrola team.
Kgatlana, Maitane López and Aleixandri scored the goals for the rojiblancas and Kundananji for the armeras in a match that leaves the colchoneras one point away from the top continental competition, although they will have to look for it at the Johan Cruyff where FC Barcelona will try to complete the League ‘perfect’ after adding his 29th victory by thrashing Rayo Vallecano 1-6 with a hat-trick by Aitana Bonmatí despite playing with 10 due to Engen’s expulsion for more than an hour.
Real Madrid will need the ‘help’ of the champion and a victory at the Alfredo di Stefano against Villarreal to snatch third place from Atlético, from which they dropped two points due to their draw in the visit to Valencia. The Madrid team once again demonstrated their recent problems in scoring and ran into the posts on three occasions.
In addition, the day left Levante wins against Madrid CFF (1-3), Athletic Club against Deportivo Alavés Gloriosas (1-3), Sevilla in the derby against Sporting de Huelva (3-1) and Villarreal against Betis (2-0).