MADRID (AP) — Real Sociedad broke the four-way tie at the top of the Spanish league with a 2-0 win at Celta Vigo on Thursday.
Alexander Isak and Aritz Elustondo scored second-half goals to put the Basque Country club back in sole possession of the lead after 11 matches. It is three points ahead of Real Madrid, Sevilla and Real Betis.
Madrid and Sevilla, which drew their matches on Wednesday, have a game in hand. Betis, coming off a win against Valencia, has the same 11 points as Sociedad. Madrid was held by Osasuna at home and Sevilla drew at Mallorca.
The win extended Sociedad’s unbeaten run to 10 straight league matches, with seven wins and three draws, including 2-2 at defending champion Atlético Madrid last Sunday.