LaLiga Santander FIFA 20 challenge

Real Madrid win LaLiga Santander FIFA 20 challenge

Marco Asensio's Real Madrid beat Aitor Ruibal's Leganés in the final, 4-2. At the final whistle the charity tournament had raised over €140,000 for the fight against the coronavirus.

Real Madrid win LaLiga Santander FIFA 20 challenge

Real Madrid lifted the LaLiga Santander Fifa 20 challenge, with Marco Asensio at the controller, beating Leganés, controlled by Aitor Ruibal, 4-2 in the final.

Marco Asensio said after his win, ""I love playing this and it's been a great tournament in every sense". HIs beaten rival congratulated Asensio and said "He played well and I made a few mistakes and that's what counts".

The tournament was organised by Spanish internet celebrity Ibai Llanos, with all procceeds going to UNICEF in its fight against the coronavirus. By the end of the final the campaign had raised over €140,000, with fans able to donate for another 18 hours.

LaLiga Santander Challenge Quarter-finals

18:30 Leganés (Aitor Ruibal) 7-3 Athletic Club (Gorka Guruzeta)

19:00 Alavés (Lucas Pérez) 2-1 Atlético Madrid (Marcos Llorente)

19:30 Eibar (Edu Expósito) 3-2 Real Betis (Borja Iglesias)

20:00 Villarreal (Manu Morlanes) 1-5 Real Madrid (Marco Asensio)

LaLiga Santander Challenge Semi-finals

20:30 Leganes 3-2 Alaves

21:00 Eibar 0-7 Real Madrid

LaLiga Santander Challenge Final

21:30 Leganes 2-4 Real Madrid


 

Last 16 LaLiga Santander Challenge Final

Here's how the Last-16 played out

Osasuna (Rubén García) 0-2 Leganés (Aitor Ruibal)

Sevilla (Sergio Reguilón) 1-2 Athletic Club (Gorka Guruzeta)

Levante (Carlos Clerc) 2-3 Alavés (Lucas Pérez)

Real Sociedad (Adnan Januzaj) 3-5 Atlético de Madrid (Marcos Llorente)

Getafe (Jason Remeseiro) 1-7 Real Betis (Borja Iglesias)

Villarreal (Manu Morlanes) 4-2 Valencia (Carlos Soler)

Granada (José Antonio Martínez) 0-2 Real Madrid (Marco Asensio)

Barcelona (Sergi Roberto) - Eibar (Edu Expósito). Sergi Roberto was pulled from the competition by Barcelona due to sponsorship reasons. The Catalan club is sponsored by Konami, the creators of Pro Evolution Soccer, a direct competitor of FIFA 20.