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Rampant Girona Liga lead Madrid Barca triumph

Girona wins 5-1 against Sevilla, Real Madrid wins controversial 3-2 match, Barcelona comes back to win 4-2 against Real Betis.

Girona's Artem Dovbyk scored a hat-trick in seven minutes to lead his team to a 5-1 victory over Sevilla, putting them back on top of La Liga. Real Madrid's controversial 3-2 win over Almeria and Barcelona's 4-2 victory against Real Betis also made headlines. Girona, a relatively new club in the top flight, has emerged as a surprise contender for the Spanish title, leading Madrid by one point with an extra game played.

Madrid's win over Almeria was filled with drama and controversy, with three key VAR decisions going in their favor. Almeria's midfielder Gonzalo Melero expressed frustration at feeling "robbed," while Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti defended the VAR decisions.

Madrid's victory came after a tiring week, with Ancelotti attributing their first-half performance to fatigue. However, the team rallied in the second half, with Jude Bellingham scoring the equalizer and setting up Dani Carvajal's last-minute winner.

Barcelona also faced a challenge, surrendering a two-goal lead against Betis. However, Ferran Torres' brace and a goal from Joao Felix secured a 4-2 victory for Barcelona, keeping them in the title race.

Torres, who reached a century of appearances for Barcelona, credited his success to hard work, discipline, and self-belief. Barcelona also showcased young talent, with 16-year-olds Pau Cubarsi and Lamine Yamal in the starting lineup.

Overall, Girona's rise to the top of La Liga, Madrid's dramatic win, and Barcelona's display of young talent have added excitement and unpredictability to the Spanish title race.

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