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Επεισοδιακή Ανάσταση στην Πάτρα -«Πόλεμος» ανάμεσα σε ιερείς και φιλόζωους για ένα αρνί

Επεισοδιακή Ανάσταση στην Πάτρα -«Πόλεμος» ανάμεσα σε ιερείς και φιλόζωους για ένα αρνί

Ενα πασχαλινό έθιμο, το οποίο τηρεί ο ιερός ναός Αποστόλου Παύλου στην Πάτρα, στάθηκε η αφορμή για μία… επεισοδιακή Ανάσταση.

Ενα αρνί αποτέλεσε το λόγο που κοντραρίστηκαν φιλόζωοι και ιερείς. Ο συγκεκριμένος ναός συνηθίζει να προσφέρει ένα ζωντανό αρνί σε μία οικογένεια μετά από κλήρωση. Μόνο που αυτό που επελέγη φέτος ήταν δεμένο στον εξώστη που είχε στηθεί στον περίβολο της εκκλησίας για τη λειτουργία.

Φιλόζωοι αντέδρασαν σε αυτό που χαρακτήρισαν κακοποίηση, καθώς το ζώο περίμενε μοιραία την τύχη του. Μάλιστα, σύμφωνα με το patratimes, στην εκκλησία κλήθηκε και η αστυνομία, καθώς οι φιλόζωοι ήθελαν να υποβάλουν μηνύσεις, χαρακτηρίζοντας το έθιμο απαράδεκτο. Αν και πρότειναν στους ιερείς να πληρώσουν εκείνοι το ποσό που ζητούσε ο βοσκός, και η οικογένεια στην οποία είχε κληρωθεί το ζώο να αγοράσει κρέας από το κρεοπωλείο, εκείνοι αρνήθηκαν.

 Πηγή:iefimerida.gr

 

Μια στο εκατομμύριο – Γεννήθηκαν δίδυμα κοριτσάκια με διαφορετικό χρώμα

 

Μια στο εκατομμύριο – Γεννήθηκαν δίδυμα κοριτσάκια με διαφορετικό χρώμα [εικόνες]
 Πρόκειται για ένα υπέροχο συναίσθημα και ένα μεγάλο σοκ», δηλώνει η περήφανη μαμά για τα δυο μη πανομοιότυπα δίδυμα που απέκτησε πριν από τρείς μήνες.Τα μωρά η Κέντάλ και η Μπέιλι γεννήθηκαν από πατέρα μισό-Τζαμαϊκανό και μητέρα λευκή, πρόκειται για δυο μη πανομοιότυπα δίδυμα που μπορεί να ήρθαν στη ζωή μαζί αλλά έχουν διαφορετικό χρώμα, γονίδια και χαρακτήρα. Πρόκειται για περίπτωση που συμβαίνει μια στο εκατομμύριο.

«Η Κέντάλ είναι πιο ήρεμη και της αρέσει να κοιμάται πολύ ενώ η Μπέιλι που γεννήθηκε ελαφρώς βαρύτερη είναι «φωνακλού» και της αρέσει να τραβάει την προσοχή» δηλώνουν οι γονείς.

«Ενα πράγμα που ξέρω στα σίγουρα είναι ότι η οικογένεια και οι φίλοι ποτέ δεν θα δυσκολευτούν να τις ξεχωρίσουν», λέει ο Κέρτις Μάρτιν, ο σοκαρισμένος αλλά ταυτόχρονα τρισευτυχισμένος πατέρας.

«Οταν οι περαστικοί κοιτούν το καρότσι και βλέπουν ένα κοριτσάκι σκούρο και το άλλο λευκό, ρωτούν αν είναι δίδυμα. Σοκάρονται όταν τους απαντώ πως είναι δίδυμα» δηλώνει η 28χρονη μητέρα.

Οπως είναι γνωστό τα δίδυμα μπορούν να δημιουργηθούν με δύο διαφορετικούς τρόπους. Είτε με ένα σπερματοζωάριο, ένα αυγό, το οποίο στη συνέχεια χωρίζεται σε δύο έμβρυα, ή από δύο διαφορετικά σπερματοζωάρια, δύο διαφορετικά αυγά.

 

Πηγή: iefimerida.gr

Greek church offers up property to help Athens raise funds for debt

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The head of Greece’s Orthodox Church said on Saturday it was willing to put property it owns up for development to help raise money to repay the country’s debt.

The Orthodox Church is a powerful institution in Greece and owns more land than anyone except the state, including prime real estate in Athens.

“Come, let’s develop (the property) for Greece,” Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens told Greek TV in an interview during the Greek Orthodox Easter holiday. “If needed by the state to cooperate, we’re here.”

Asked if the Church would consider selling off property, he said: “No, I would say let’s work together and (the state can) use the revenues to repay all its debts … but the plots of land will remain Greek, in Greek hands.”

He did not say what kinds of business developments he had in mind.

It is unclear how much property the Church owns as its structure is decentralised and Greece has no central land registry.

Greece has teetered on the verge of bankruptcy since its debt crisis broke out in 2009 and has depended on rescue loans totalling 240 billion euros from the European Union and International Monetary Fund to stay afloat.

It has not received any loans since last August and risks running out of cash within weeks while Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s new leftist government seeks to strike a deal with creditors on reforms.

While an integral part of Greek society, critics say the Church owns too many assets, pays too little in taxes and has failed to contribute its fair share as ordinary Greeks’ bills have soared during the economic crisis.

The Church has called such accusations “a myth.

source:ekathimerini.com

Melbourne City and Wellington Phoenix share spoils in entertaining draw

Harry Novillo of Melbourne City gets away from Manny Muscat of Wellington Phoenix during the A-League match on Sunday.

Harry Novillo of Melbourne City gets away from Manny Muscat of Wellington Phoenix during the A-League match on Sunday. Photo: Getty Images

 

Wellington Phoenix missed a chance to take top spot on the A-League ladder when they muffed a penalty and were held to a goalless draw by Melbourne City  at AAMI Park on Sunday afernoon.

In an entertaining contest in which both teams had many chances, Phoenix were kept in the game by their excellent goalkeeper, Glen Moss, who made numerous saves.

But the visitors themselves had many chances to win this match, none better than an early spot-kick which was missed by star striker Nathan Burns.

The result means Phoenix sit level on points with Adelaide and one behind league leaders Melbourne Victory and Sydney with two games to play. City are comfortably established in the top six.

Sunday’s game started at breakneck pace and never really let up. It had the feel of one of those devil-may-care, end-of-term functions where both teams, with nothing to lose as their futures are assured, just let rip and play.

City began the game with furious intent and could have been a couple of goals to the good inside four minutes.

John van ‘t Schip’s side have been characterised by their quick starts this season, and Argentine utility Jonathan Germano almost got them off to the best possible beginning in the second minute. He robbed Alex Rodriguez in midfield, spotted Glen Moss was off his goalline, and directed an  audacious long-range lob which had Moss scrambling to save.

Germano then fed Aaron Mooy, whose pass to Robert Koren allowed the Slovenian to unleash a drive which Moss had to finger-tip over. And moments later Moss was in action again as he had to save a header from Safuwan Baharudin.

The New Zealand international was again to the fore shortly after as he managed to get a hand on Mooy’s early shot-cum-cross, pushing it out for a corner.

All that happened inside the first dozen minutes but it was, however, as good as it got in the opening period for the hosts, as Wellington took a deep breath, steadied themselves, and began to exert their own authority on proceedings.

City’s defender Connor Chapman, back from suspension, had to make a smart interception to prevent Nathan Burns getting in on goal, and shortly afterwards Phoenix were handed a golden opportunity to get their noses in front.

Some good lead-up play saw Louis Fenton released on the right and as he drove into the penalty area he was up-ended by Baharudin. Referee Peter Green pointed to the spot, but Burns fluffed his lines, firing a soft shot straight at Tando Velaphi.

Germano made his presence felt by felling Wellington’s most creative outlet, Michael McGlinchey, and Roly Bonevacia responded for the visitors by firing over from distance.

Burns shot wide across goal and then Manny Muscat got on the end of an intricate Wellington move down the left but couldn’t find the power to trouble Velaphi. Fenton then pulled the ball across goal to present Roy Krishna with a good chance, but the Fijian couldn’t take it as Wellington continued to threaten.

Dutchman Bonevacia worked himself into space for a shooting opportunity early in the second half but didn’t strike with enough power to worry Velaphi while Krishna fed Burns, who fired straight at the City keeper. At the other end Erik Paartalu got on the end of a Mooy cross but his header was straight at Moss.

Moss then saved his side again when he got down low to deny Josh Kennedy’s angled shot.

This was a real end-to-end affair, and Kisnorbo was then forced to slide in to deny Krishna. Shortly after, Burns slalomed into space before sending in a shot that Velaphi held comfortably.

The tireless Mooy, who was spraying passes left and right, always looked as though he might be City’s best chance of creating something, and his run down the left and cross-field ball set up David Williams. The substitute pulled the ball back to Paulo Retre, but the youngster could only blaze over.

Koren forced Moss into a save on his near post and the keeper then had to dive to prevent Baharudin breaking the deadlock as the visitors scrambled to safety with the clock ticking down. Moss again had to be on his best form to dive and deny Germano’s well-struck shot as City stepped up their efforts to find a winner.

Wellington launched late forays of their own, and Paartalu hit the bar with a header in the last seconds, but no-one could make the breakthrough.

source:smh.com.au

 

Police probing final hours of slain schoolteacher Stephanie Scott’s life

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Slain schoolteacher Stephanie Scott sent a final email to a tour bus company in the hours before she was allegedly murdered, as more details emerge over how her body was found.

Police discovered the burned remains of a body, believed to be Ms Scott’s, late on Friday afternoon.

The body was found just metres from a track in Cocoparra National Park. Police were reportedly led into the bushland by the mother and brother of the man accused of Scott’s murder.

It is believed the family of the accused used the national park as a regular camping spot.

The discovery came five days after the popular English and drama teacher went missing and followed an increasingly desperate search by friends, family and police.

The man, a 24-year-old cleaner at the school at which Ms Scott taught, is believed to have gone camping in the same national park, about 70km from Ms Scott’s home town of Leeton.

Aaron Leeson-Woolley during the Mountford park service. (AAP)

Aaron Leeson-Woolley during the Mountford park service. (AAP)

Ms Scott’s body is set to undergo forensic testing in a Sydney morgue and will be formally identified today or tomorrow.

A source said police believe Ms Scott was dead before she reached the bushland.

Friends and family gathered yesterday for a ceremony, on the day she was due to be married.

Aaron Leeson-Woolley at the scene of one of the shrines. (AAP)

Aaron Leeson-Woolley at the scene of one of the shrines. (AAP)

Police searching bushland. (9NEWS)

Police searching bushland. (9NEWS)

Her fiance Aaron Leeson-Woolley was unable to speak at the memorial, but was supported by friends as he released a bunch of yellow balloons into the sky.

As friends, family and complete strangers descended on the picnic dressed in yellow on Saturday, her family sought some comfort knowing they had found “Scotty”.

Aaron Leeson-Woolley, supported by mates and family. (9NEWS)

Aaron Leeson-Woolley, supported by mates and family. (9NEWS)

“Unfortunately she was taken away from us for a short time but now we have her back and we will restore her dignity,” her father Robert Scott vowed.

“That is most important to our family and it will also assist those of us to deal with this tragedy.”

Standing with his wife and Ms Scott’s mother, Merrilyn, and siblings, Mr Scott spoke with composure as he asked Leeton to hold on to the memory of his “bubbly, bright, fun-loving” daughter.

Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott

“Tragedies happen, we can’t change that, we can’t deal with it any better than we have,” he said.

“We do know we had a great girl and we are going to continue to remember her for what she was.”

Mr Scott was touched by the reports of residents hanging their wedding dresses on their front doors on Saturday in respect for his daughter.

A shrine outside Leeton High School. (AAP)

A shrine outside Leeton High School. (AAP)

Among the crowd were students, present and former, including Matt Murphy, who had Scott as a year 11 English teacher.

“She was probably the nicest lady you’ve ever met,” said.

An image posted to social media by Stephanie Scott's sister Robyn Scott. (Facebook)

An image posted to social media by Stephanie Scott’s sister Robyn Scott. (Facebook)

The poignant memorial came after police found a gasoline can on Friday alongside an iPad – believed to belong to Ms Scott – after a search of a irrigation canal outside of town.

With AAP.

Stephanie Scott. (Supplied)

Stephanie Scott. (Supplied)

source: 9news.com.au

In the shadow of Greek prison, locals dread Golden Dawn trial

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They have learned to live with over 2,000 prisoners on their doorstep, some of them notorious extremists and hardened killers.

But for those with homes and businesses situated beneath the high walls of the Korydallos prison, the country’s leading correctional facility, hosting Greece’s biggest trial in over a decade is too much.

On April 20, a special court inside Korydallos will convene for the Golden Dawn trial, the culmination of a mass probe implicating nearly 70 members and alleged supporters of Greece’s neo-Nazi party.

After a 15-month investigation, state prosecutors will try to prove that the aggressive anti-immigrant group operated as a criminal organisation under a military-style leadership that allegedly encouraged the beating — and possibly the killing — of migrants and political opponents.

Under the command of party founder Nikos Michaloliakos, a 58-year-old disgraced former officer cadet, Golden Dawn has already been linked by investigating magistrates to at least two murders.

Local officials are bracing for trouble, noting that anti-fascist groups have already called protests for the start of the trial.

“The trial cannot and must not be held here,” Korydallos’ mayor Stavros Kasimatis told AFP.

“This is Greece’s biggest trial in 40 years. It will last at least 18 months. There will be gatherings by anti-fascist groups, and Golden Dawn supporters will perhaps muster as well.”

Anti-fascist groups, political parties and unions say they will hold a demonstration outside the prison on the opening day.

Kasimatis said that to keep rival groups apart, the police will probably be forced to erect barriers on one of Korydallos’ main streets, just a few metres from the district’s central school complex and nurseries.

“How can the city possibly operate under these conditions?” asked Kasimatis, who has the support of his neighbouring mayors and local lawmakers.

Korydallos prison last hosted a trial of this magnitude over a decade ago, when the authorities dismantled the far-left extremist group November 17.

But whereas few spoke out in defence of suspected extremists at the time, Golden Dawn is a legitimate parliamentary party that can bring in supporters from across the country, the mayor notes.

Wherever Golden Dawn members have appeared in court for other cases in recent months, dozens of supporters have been stationed inside and outside the courtroom in a bid to intimidate witnesses, anti-fascist groups say.

Last month, the trial of Golden Dawn’s spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris, who was accused of striking a female Communist lawmaker, had to be interrupted when party supporters heckled the victim.

“Golden Dawn members usually cram (into) the courtroom from dawn. We do not want this to happen, and will take all necessary measures to prevent it,” anti-fascist activist Takis Giannopoulos told AFP.

Justice Minister Nikos Paraskevopoulos last month admitted in parliament that the choice of venue was “problematic” as the makeshift courtroom inside the Korydallos female inmates’ wing was too small to handle the global interest in the trial.

“Right now there is no alternative option,” Paraskevopoulos said, but he left open the possibility of a break in the proceedings after the first day, until a suitable solution is found.

The trial, to be conducted by a panel of three judges, follows a 15-month investigation sparked by the fatal stabbing of Greek anti-fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas by a Golden Dawn supporter in September 2013.

The group was later also linked to the murder of a Pakistani immigrant and beatings of political opponents.

The defendants at the trial include Michaloliakos and around a dozen Golden Dawn parliamentary lawmakers.

Most face charges of membership in a criminal organisation, a serious offence in Greece. Others are accused of murder, conspiracy to murder, possession of weapons and racist violence.

Some of the defendants, who include police officers, face sentences of up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

The openly xenophobic and anti-Semitic Golden Dawn party was for years a semi-clandestine group on the fringes of Greek politics.

But in 2012 the party exploited widespread anger over immigration and austerity reforms prompted by Greece’s financial crisis and won 18 seats in parliament.

Although its members had been known to patrol the streets, carrying out attacks on foreigners, the party rarely faced sanctions until the murder of rapper Fyssas.

Michaloliakos and a number of others were arrested, and a subsequent search of party members’ homes uncovered firearms and other weapons, as well Nazi and fascist memorabilia.

Golden Dawn rejects the accusations as politically motivated and the group held on to its support base in January’s general election when it finished third, winning 17 seats in the 300-member legislature.

source:ekathimerini.com

Hagia Sophia sees first Koran reading in 85 years

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A Muslim cleric has for the first time in 85 years recited the Koran in the Hagia Sophia, the world famous landmark of Istanbul which is now a museum after serving as a church and a mosque, reports said Saturday.

The Hagia Sophia was turned into a museum accessible to all by the secular founders of modern Turkey in the 1930s and secular Turks are wary of any moves to re-Islamise the building.

A passage from the Koran, the holy scripture of Islam, was recited late Friday at a ceremony in the Hagia Sophia to mark the opening of a new exhibition “Love of the Prophet.”

It was read by Ali Tel, imam at the Ahmet Hamdi Akseki Mosque in Ankara, the official Anatolia news agency said.

The ceremony was attended by top Turkish officials including the head of the country’s religious affairs agency Diyanet, Mehmet Gormez.

Anatolia said it was the first recitation of the holy Koran in the Hagia Sophia for 85 years.

The exhibition inside the Hagia Sophia is a show of calligraphic work in devotion to the Muslim Prophet Mohammed and runs until May 8.

The magnificent edifice was constructed in the sixth century as a church in the Christian Byzantine Empire and was the seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, the former name of Istanbul.

When Ottoman forces under Mehmet II conquered the city in 1453 he ordered the immediate conversion of the Hagia Sophia into a mosque. Islamic minarets were built around its Byzantine dome.

It served as a mosque until after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire when in the mid-1930s the authorities of the new Turkish state under secular leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk ordered it to become a museum for all.

But under the rule of the Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP), co-founded by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan which came to power in 2002, there have been noises about reconverting the Hagia Sophia into a mosque.

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc caused a furore in November 2013 when he indicated that he hoped to change the status of the Hagia Sophia, saying it looked “sad” but hopefully would be “smiling again soon”.

Greece reacted furiously at the time, saying such statements “are offending the religious feeling of millions of Christians.”

source:ekathimerini.com

Should Greek Easter have the same dates as Catholic Easter?

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A week after all the public holidays, Greek Australians will be celebrating Easter. Should the dates be the same?

While Greek Australians enjoyed the long weekend last week, they weren’t stopping to celebrate Easter.

Greek Orthodox Easter this year has fallen a week later, meaning thousands of Greeks won’t have the option of the Friday and Monday off.

It’s one of the most frustrating aspects of trying to celebrate Orthodox Easter. Having time to visit church, cook and organise Easter Sunday events is much harder when the public holidays aren’t in synch.

Neos Kosmos asked our readers whether they would prefer Greek Easter fell on the same dates as Catholic Easter every year, but surprisingly, more preferred the dates stay as is.

Of the 252 voters, 56 per cent of voters felt things should be left unchanged, while 44 per cent wanted Easter to coincide with the public holidays and Catholic Easter.

Why is Greek Easter on different dates?

There is no easy answer as to why and how Greek Easter dates are worked out.

North Altona parish priest of the Dormition of Our Lady, Reverend George Frangos says he fields requests almost daily for why our dates are different.

He admits that the reason isn’t very easy to explain.

“There is no short answer to that question,” he tells Neos Kosmos.

“There’s a number of contributing factors.”

The rules were decided at the first ecumenical council in 325 AD, where the church finally came together as a united front to discuss more permanent Easter date rules.

“What they determined at that ecumenical council was that Easter should be celebrated on the Sunday that follows the first full moon after the vernal equinox (which is the beginning of spring which is always March 21),” Rev Frangos says.

“If the full moon happens to fall on the Sunday, Pascha is observed on the following Sunday. That’s something similar to what we’ve experienced this year.”

The rules don’t stop there.

“It was also determined that Easter should always be on a Sunday and that Easter should not be celebrated before or with Jewish Passover,” Rev Frangos says.

“Last week being Jewish Passover, that’s also why we’re celebrating a week after.”

So, you can understand why more often than not, Greek Easter falls outside of Catholic Easter.

Easter will coincide again in two years, when Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday is celebrated on April 16, the same for Catholics.

Next year, the dates will be more than a month apart, with Catholic Easter being celebrated on March 27, and Greek Easter on May 1.

source:Neos Kosmos

Iταλία:Ήττα σοκ της «Γιούβε» από την ουραγό Πάρμα

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Την 2η ήττα της στο φετινό Campionato γνώρισε η Γιουβέντους, η οποία έχασε με 1-0 στην έδρα τής ουραγού Πάρμα, το «Ένιο Ταρντίνι»

Το γκολ του Χοσέ Μάουρι στο 61′ ήταν αρκετό για να χαρίσει τη νίκη στους γηπεδούχους, οι οποίοι βρίσκονται στην τελευταία θέση της βαθμολογίας με 16 βαθμούς!

Αντίθετα, η Γιουβέντους παρά την ήττα βρίσκεται στο +14 από τη δεύτερη Ρόμα που έχει ένα ματς λιγότερο.

Η Τζένοα επικράτησε εύκολα με 2-0 της Κάλιαρι που βρίσκεται στην προτελευταία θέση της βαθμολογίας. Το σκορ για τους νικητές άνοιξε στο 52′ ο Νιάνγκ και το τελικό 2-0 διαμόρφωσε ο Φαλκέ στο 58′.

Τα αποτελέσματα της 30ης αγωνιστικής

Σάββατο 11/4

Τζένοα – Κάλιαρι 2-0
(52′ Νιάνγκ, 58′ Ιάγο Φαλκέ)

Πάρμα – Γιουβέντους 1-0
(61′ Μάουρι)

Βερόνα – Ίντερ 21.45

Κυριακή 12/4
Τσεζένα – Κιέβο 13:30
Λάτσιο – Έμπολι 16:00
Νάπολι – Φιορεντίνα 16:00
Ουντινέζε – Παλέρμο 16:00
Τορίνο – Ρόμα 16:00
Αταλάντα – Σασουόλο 16:00
Μίλαν – Σαμπντόρια 21:45

Η βαθμολογία

1. Γιουβέντους 70
2. Ρόμα 56
3. Λάτσιο 55
4. Φιορεντίνα 49
5. Σαμπντόρια 48
6. Νάπολι 47
7. Τορίνο 42
8. Μίλαν 41
9. Τζένοα 41
10. Ίντερ 38
11. Παλέρμο 35
12. Σασουόλο 35
13. Ουντινέζε 34
14. Έμπολι 33
15. Βερόνα 33
16. Κιέβο 32
17. Αταλάντα 26
18. Τσεζένα 22
19. Κάλιαρι 21
20. Πάρμα 16*

*-3 η Πάρμα
**ματς λιγότερο Πάρμα και Τζένοα

Iσπανία:Ο Κριστιάνο έδειξε τον δρόμο στη Ρεάλ, «Χ» η Ατλέτικο

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Με τέρματα των Κριστιάνο Ρονάλντο (21`), Τσιτσαρίτο Ερνάντες (31`) και Χεσέ Ροντρίγκεθ (83`) η Ρεάλ Μαδρίτης επικράτησε 3-0 της Εϊμπάρ στον αγώνα με τον οποίο άνοιξε η αυλαία της 31ης ημέρας στο ισπανικό πρωτάθλημα.

Με τη νίκη αυτή η Ρεάλ έφτασε τους 73 βαθμούς, έναν λιγότερο από την πρωτοπόρο Μπαρτσελόνα η οποία φιλοξενείται από την Σεβίλη.

Απώλεια βαθμών για την Ατλέτικο Μαδρίτης που έμεινε στο 2-2 στην έδρα της Μάλαγα. Τα δύο τέρματα του Γκριέζμαν δεν ήταν αρκετά για την Ατλέτικο Μαδρίτης, αφού το αυτογκόλ του Φερνάντο Τόρες στο 37′ και το τέρμα του Σάμουελ Γκαρσία στο 71′ χάρισαν στην Μάλαγα τον βαθμό της ισοπαλίας.

Συνοπτικά τα αποτελέσματα και οι σκόρερ της 31ης αγωνιστικής:

Ρεάλ Μαδρίτης-Εϊμπάρ 3-0
(21` Ρονάλντο, 31` Τσιτσαρίτο, 83` Ροντρίγκεθ)

Μάλαγα-Ατλέτικο Μαδρίτης 2-2
(37′ αυτ. Τόρες, 71′ Γκαρσία – 25′, 78′ Γκριέζμαν)

Σεβίλη-Μπαρτσελόνα 11/4
Αλμερία-Γρανάδα 11/4
Θέλτα Βίγκο-Ράγιο Βαγιεκάνο 11/4
Χετάφε-Βιγιαρεάλ 12/4
Εσπανιόλ-Αθλέτικ Μπιλμπάο 12/4
Σοσιεδάδ-Λα Κορούνια 12/4
Κόρντομπα-Έλτσε 12/4
Βαλένθια-Λεβάντε 13/4

ΒΑΘΜΟΛΟΓΙΑ (σε 30 αγώνες)

Μπαρτσελόνα 74
Ρεάλ Μαδρίτης 73 -31αγ.
Ατλέτικο Μαδρίτης 66 -31αγ.
Βαλένθια 62
Σεβίλη 61
Βιγιαρεάλ 50
Μάλαγα 46 -31αγ.
Αθλέτικ Μπιλμπάο 40
Εσπανιόλ 38
Ράγιο Βαγεκάνο 38
Σοσιεδάδ 37
Θέλτα 36
Χετάφε 35
Εϊμπάρ 31 -31αγ.
Λεβάντε 28
Έλτσε 28
Λα Κορούνια 27
Αλμερία 25
Γρανάδα 24
Κόρντομπα 19

Πηγή:in.gr