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Dublin: 20 °C Wednesday 12 August, 2020

Sociedad defeat at Las Palmas puts Moyes on brink

And it’s Sevilla and Barca next up.

Image: Danny Lawson

LAS PALMAS HEAPED the pressure on former Manchester United manager David Moyes as they secured just their second win of the season over the Scot’s Real Sociedad side 2-0 last night.

Jonathan Viera opened the scoring for the Canary Islanders side midway through the first-half before Sergio Araujo sealed the points soon after the break.

A sixth defeat in 11 league games this season leaves Sociedad lying above Las Palmas and out of the relegation zone only on goal difference.

Moreover, the Basque side face Europa League holders Sevilla and European champions Barcelona in their next two games after a two-week international break.

Moyes signed a deal until the end of the current season with Sociedad just under a year ago.

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