Spain’s D2 leader, Barcelona’s Espanyol moved onto the lawn of another candidate for the rise in La Liga, since Almeria occupies third place.
And Espanyol suffered on the lawn of Almeria. Led after 50 minutes of play following a goal from Umar Sadiq, the Barcelona were able to count on their Belgian striker to return to the score. Landry Dimata equalized on the hour mark. Espanyol could even have gone ahead, but De Tomas missed a penalty (1-1). In the standings, the Catalans keep the lead with three points ahead of Mallorca and ten over Almeria.
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