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Atletico Madrid and Barcelona both their lost their 100 percent records after a 1-1 draw at Vicente Calderon.

Giovanni van Branckhorst fired Barca in front on 21 minutes with a rare goal as the visitors carried on where they left off in the UEFA Champions League against Celtic.

Los Rojiblancos came out for the second half in determined fashion and star striker Fernando Torres levelled matters just two minutes after the restart.

Both sides had chances to win the game, but neither could find the crucial second goal as they shared the spoils.

Albert Luque's last-gasp goal earned Deportivo La Coruna their first win of the season after a 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao.

Andoni Iraola gave Bilbao the lead on 54 minutes, but Walter Pandiani drew Deportivo level almost immediately.

The game looked to end all-square until Luque grabbed the last-minute winner.

Malaga secured their first win of the season with an impressive 2-1 victory at Real Mallorca

Edgar stunned the hosts with the opener on 23 minutes, but Andrija Delibasic replied for Mallorca after 70 minutes.

Former Manchester City star Paulo Wanchope notched the winner for Malaga with a goal ten minutes from time.

Getafe are still searching for their first point after going down 1-0 to Numancia.

Julio Pineda grabbed the only goal of the game after just five minutes and they were forced to hold on for the victory when Christophe Pignol was sent off for a second bookable offence.

Real Zaragoza left Albacete still without a win with a thrilling 4-3 win.

Javi Moreno gave the hosts the perfect start with the opener in the very first minute, but Albacete hit back with two goals in seven minutes from Antonio Pacheco (33) and Pablo Redondo (40).

Moreno levelled matters with his second on 52 minutes and Savio fired Zaragoza in front five minutes later.

David Sanchez gave Zaragoza a two-goal cushion on 69 minutes, but they were made to hold on for victory after Castro Ruben pulled another goal back in the final minute.

New boys Levante suffered their first defeat of the season after losing 3-0 at Sevilla.

Dirnei Renato gave Sevilla the lead on 20 minutes and a quick-fire brace from Brazilian international Julio Baptista (46, 53) ensured the win for the hosts.

Delgado Manuel Juanma's last-gasp goal earned Racing Santander their first point of the season after a 1-1 draw with Villarreal.

Sonny Anderson fired Villarreal in front on the hour mark and that looked like being enough for the visitors until Juanma popped up in the final minute.

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Ath Bilbao v Deportivo
Ath Madrid v Barcelona
Mallorca v Malaga
Numancia v Getafe
Racing Santander v Villarreal
Real Zaragoza v Albacete
Sevilla v Levante