Espanyol beat Alaves 2-0 at home in the second game of the 28th round in a continuation of the Spanish championship. Espanyol has also been helped by the fact that Alaves was left without the principal goalkeeper Pacheco, who was sent off after a foul in the nineteenth moment. Bernardo Espinosa scored the main goal for the host team in the arbitrator’s compensation, and Wu Lei the second right at the start of the second half in the 47th moment.
Like Leganes, who invites Real Valladolid tonight, Espanyol is still last with 23 focuses. Celta Vigo and Villarreal keep on playing tonight, as do Mallorca, which invites Barcelona. The timetable for the matches between Real Madrid and Eibar is tomorrow.
With two focuses more than second-placed Real, Barcelona leads the rundown, and Seville, who celebrated 2-0 against Real Betis on Thursday, is third with 50 focuses.
Attached to the bottom of LaLiga Santander, Espanyol realized that they would have to restart procedures with success to stand any reasonable chance of avoiding relegation, and that is exactly what they did.
They were given a lift when Alave’s goalkeeper Fernando Pacheco was sent off after only 19 minutes.
Starting there on, it was all Espanyol, and the opener eventually came through a solid header from Bernardo Espinosa profound into first-half stoppage time. At that point, Wu Lei multiplied the advantage of the hosts in under two minutes into the subsequent half.
Raul de Tomas, who after his strike replaced Wu Lei minutes, set up Sergi Darder for what resembled a certain goal late on however the midfielder dragged his shot wide.
By and by, Espanyol kept before their apparatus against Villarreal for just their subsequent home success of the season that takes them inside three purposes of 17th place, Celta Vigo.