La Liga round-up: Pressure eased on Deportivo with win over Las Palmas

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La Liga round-up: Pressure eased on Deportivo with win over Las Palmas

Post#1 » Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:13 pm

Midfielder Celso Borges scored in each half to help Deportivo La Coruna beat Las Palmas 3-1 in a bottom-of-the-table clash SBOBET in La Liga. Lucas Perez also scored for Deportivo, who lost to Las Palmas 4-1 on Thursday in their first-leg clash in the Copa del Rey round of 32. Former Chelsea, QPR and Newcastle striker Loic Remy had opened the scoring for struggling Las Palmas seven minutes into the match at Gran Canaria Stadium. Deportivo moved farther away from the league relegation zone, reaching 16th place. It was the team's first win since reserve team coach Cristobal Parralo took over the squad after Pepe Mel was fired. It was the sixth straight league loss for Las SBOBET Palmas, who are 18th in the standings. In the other match on Monday, Gerard Moreno scored early in the second half to give lowly Espanyol a 1-0 home win over Real Betis.

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