Helder Postiga left it late to earn Real Zaragoza a 2-1 victory over 10-man Espanyol in the Primera Liga.
In a bad-tempered encounter which saw eight players booked,
A constant menace in the second half, Portugal striker Postiga chipped away at Espanyol's resolve and got his reward two minutes from time to earn Real a 2-1 win and its first points of the season.
Brazilian Leo scored his first senior goal for Rayo Vallecano as it continued its 100 per cent start to the season with a 2-1 win at Real Betis.
The visitor went ahead within two minutes as Piti tapped in, but Betis responded immediately and
Despite withstanding an early Betis onslaught at the beginning of the second period, Rayo looked the more co-ordinated team throughout and deservedly got the winner on the hour mark when Lass Bangoura teed up Leo to rifle low past Fabricio in the Betis goal.
Imanol Agirretxe scored twice as Real Sociedad came from behind to secure its first three points of the season, beating
Kike de Lucas had given Celta the lead against the run of play four minutes into the second half, but a fine jinking run from Antoine Griezmann set up Agirretxe to bring Sociedad level just five minutes later.
The comeback was complete on the hour mark as
Teenage substitute Juanmi rescued a point for Malaga as it drew 1-1 with Real Mallorca.
The forward had only been on the pitch for nine minutes before he cancelled out
Both sides went into the match in good form, with Malaga winning its league opener against
However they cancelled each other out in what was largely dull affair at La Rosaleda.
Barcelona has announced that defender Adriano has signed a new four-year contract.