Real Sociedad star Carlos Vela has said that the club would fight until the end for a Champions League spot, even though he is not focusing on the possibility alone.

He admitted that it was a difficult fight to return to the Champions League.

Carlos Vela Scores to Secure Real Sociedad’s Win over Osasuna

Carlos Vela managed to score his fifth league goal of the season and it helped Real Sociedad secure a crucial 3-2 win over Osasuna.

The victory was extremely essential for Real Sociedad considering that it keeps them in touch with Atletico Madrid. Real Sociedad have emerged as the challenges for Atletico Madrid, and they are just one point behind Diego Simeone’s team.

Lyon failed to sign Real Sociedad’s Carlos Vela

The French outfit Olympique Lyon was interested in signing Carlos Vela from Real Sociedad but the winter transfer window has reached it’s end and the transfer was never completed which is unfortunate for Bruno Genesio and his team as the French manager wanted to sign Carlos Vela in order to fill in the absence of AlexandreLacazette who is currently sustaining an injury.

Carlos Vela has a contract with Real Sociedad which extends until 2018 and taking into consideration that the Mexican player plays a huge role in the club, it’s hard to imagine that Vela will be leaving Real Sociedad anytime soon.

Barcelona’s Forward Line-up Has Weaknesses, says Real Sociedad’s Carlos Vela

Real Sociedad were able to stun opposition Barcelona by getting a 1-1 draw at home.

It was a game in which the opposition were able to take advantage of the misfortunes suffered by Barcelona of late. The club has been less than convincing in the league title race, as manager Luis Enrique has opted for different tactics this season.

Carlos Vela Shines in 2-0 Win over Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid failed to go top of the Spanish La Liga after suffering a 2-0 loss against Real Sociedad.

One of the best players in the game was former Arsenal forward Carlos Vela, who managed to score a penalty and create another in the 90 minutes.


A much needed win by Atletico, to help them advance to the top of the La Liga’s table last Saturday was thwarted by a Real Sociedad team, heavily inspired by Carlos Vela.

The 2-0 win came as Carlos Vela went on to score one penalty, and win another for his team.


Athletic Bilbao is set to do battle with Real Sociedad this weekend in the La Liga.

Real would be playing visitors and hoping to win or at least get a share of the points. On the other hand, the hosts would be hoping o get their fourth home win. Bilbao lost their last game against Malaga 2-1. They would definitely be hoping that they get their season back on track. The loss to Malaga meant they dropped to sixth position in the league, and the side would be happy to avoid a back to back loss this term.


Real Sociedad trounced Real Betis 1-0 in the La Liga with Carlos Vela scoring the only goal of the match.

The victory becomes the third for Betis in the League. A poor back pass from Inigo Martinez almost allowed the visitors go up early in the game but Sociedad goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli was alert. The hosts made a serious attempt nine minutes to the short recess as Willian Jose headed an Asler Illarramendi’s cross. Antonio Adan stopped the goal-bound effort by making a one-handed save.

Vela out of Mexico team

Carlos Vela was left out of the Mexican team that will face El Salvador and Honduras.

The Real Sociedad striker was already left out of the team that participated at the Copa America and was hoping that he will be featuring in the team for the World Cup qualifiers. With Javier Hernandez and Peralta out injured, Carlos Vela believed that this would be his chance to get back in the team, but the national coach did not call him.

Boca Juniors failed to make it a record equalling seventh victory

Boca Juniors failed to make it a record equalling seventh victory in the South American equivalent of the Champions League – Copa Libertadores – after their defeat against Independiente del Valle.

The Ecuadorian side managed to get a 2-1 lead from the first leg. Even though Boca Juniors were confident of making a strong comeback in the second leg at home, they failed to do so and ended up losing 3-2. Striker Carlos Tevez was expected to have a major impact in both these games, but he failed to score. Manager Guillermo Barros Schelotto claimed that the striker was depressed with his inability to help the team win the Copa Libertadores.


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