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La Liga Standings - Jornada 3

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Barcelona is still at the top, while Real Madrid is going down.

Denis Doyle

The Jornada 3 of La Liga was the best thing ever for Barcelona. Not only did the Blaugrana beat Athletic Bilbao to reach three wins in three matches, they also watched Real Madrid get beat by Atlético at the Santiago Bernabéu, which made the gap between the two biggest rivals in Spain rise to six points. Barça are comfortable at the top of the standings, and the road ahead suggests that the team will keep the number one spot for a while.

After three matches, Barça are the only team yet to concede a goal, and despite scoring only six of those, the Catalans have the best goal differential in the league. What a start.

Here's the full standings after three Jornadas:

Position Team P GD Pts
1 Barcelona 3 6 9
2 Valencia 3 5 7
3 Sevilla 3 3 7
4 Atlético Madrid 3 2 7
5 Celta 3 2 5
6 Granada 3 1 5
7 Real Sociedad 3 1 4
8 Villarreal 3 1 4
9 Deportivo La Coruña 3 0 4
10 Elche 3 -2 4
11 Málaga 3 -2 4
12 Athletic Bilbao 3 0 3
13 Real Madrid 3 -1 3
14 Eibar 3 -1 3
15 Getafe 3 -3 3
16 Rayo Vallecano 3 -1 2
17 Almería 3 -1 2
18 Córdoba 3 -2 2
19 Espanyol 3 -3 1
20 Levante 3 0 1