Real Madrid 3-3 Las Palmas: Gareth Bale sent off as Real produce comeback to take point | Sky Sports
Isco had given the hosts the lead inside eight minutes before a stunning equaliser from Tana two minutes later saw the sides deservedly level at the break. But the second half produced plenty of talking points, with Bale sent off for the first time since 2008 minutes after the restart for two quickfire yellow cards before Joanthan Viera - at the centre of the Welshman's dismissal - put Las Palmas ahead from the spot.
Gareth Bale apologised for Real Madrid red, says Zinedine Zidane | Sky Sports
Asked about Bale's dismissal, Zidane said: "He has apologised. He is not happy with the sending off. "This can happen, it is a fact of the game and we cannot change it. I used to be happy after the matches and now I cannot be happy lately, but this is a very long season and we are going to change it."
La Liga round-up: Villarreal dismiss Osasuna as Granada clinch vital victory | Sky Sports
They were big winners at the El Sadar Stadium, where Rafael Santos Borre bagged a late brace to build on Roberto Soriano's opener and Roberto Soldado's penalty in a victory that puts them three points from fourth spot. Roberto Torres got among the goals for bottom club Osasuna, who are now nine points from safety behind Sporting Gijon, who lost 6-1 to Barcelona.
Miguel Angel Moya says Atletico Madrid contract extension agreed | ESPN
Former Valencia and Getafe shot-stopper Moya has spent three seasons at the Calderon, mostly as back-up to first choices Thibaut Courtois and then Jan Oblak, keeping 30 clean sheets in 60 appearances across all competitions for the Rojiblanco club.