REAL MADRID and Barcelona both suffer defeats in LaLiga as Villarreal stay top, although both teams have games in hand.
Current LaLiga champions Madrid lost at home after suffering a 1-0 defeat to fourth place Cadiz following a first half goal from Anthony Lozano.
The Honduras forward was assisted by a headed pass by Álvaro Negredo and scored on 16 minutes with a right footed shot from the centre of the box into the bottom right corner.
Rivals Barcelona suffered a similar fate losing 1-0 away from home after Djené Dakonam drew a foul from Frenkie de Jong inside the penalty area, which was converted by Jaime Mata, who cooly slotted home with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.
In other news, new LaLiga side Elche won 2-0 away at Alaves following goals from Pere Milla and Tete Morente.
The win by the southern Costa Blanca side means they climb up to 12th position in the table.
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