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Deportivo La Coruna bounced back from their UEFA Champions League humiliation at Monaco to beat Real Sociedad 2-1.

Sociedad looked as if they would heap more misery on Depor when Nihat Kahveci fired them in front, but the home side bounced back with two substitutes playing an integral part.

Djalminha and Walter Pandiani (pictured) climbed off the bench and inspired Depor to victory.

The Brazilian made his first appearance of the season and he caused havoc as Real capitulated.

Igo Jauregui turned the ball into his own net as Depor poured forward and Pandiani headed home from a Djalminha corner late on to complete the fightback.

The win takes Depor back to the top of the table and will go some way to eradicating their midweek mauling from the memory banks.

Espanyol's miserable season shows no signs of abating as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Athletic Bilbao.

Luis Fernandez has taken control of a struggling side and it would appear he needs more time to revive their flagging fortunes.

Andoni Iraola was the man who did the damage for Athletic, netting in the 14th minute to seal the win.

Real Zaragoza and Celta Vigo played out a 1-1 draw. Both goals came in the opening seven minutes as Jose Ignacio gave Celta an early lead only for Leo Ponzio to level shortly afterwards.