Atlético Madrid was only able to use a victory Sunday in an effort to keep just a little leash in FC Barcelona.
It succeeded when also for hovedstadsklubben out against Real Sociedad in the Primera Division.
Thanks to two headed by Alvaro Morata in a few minutes in the first half, won Atlético the showdown 2-0, thus reaching up to 53 points in second place.
It is five points more than Real Madrid, who on Saturday lost the El Clasico draw at home to Barcelona by 0-1.
Atlético have won the day, however, still seven points up to Barcelona on the first place.
There was the game a half hour in San Sebastian, as Morata struck for the first time.
Lejesvenden from Chelsea put the head on right in front of the goal and scored, thus, for the 1-0.
It was Moratas other ligascoring after the switch in January to Atlético, but it was just a few minutes, before the Spanish striker struck again with a header.
Atlético got the free kick, and Köke sent the ball into the box where Alvaro Morata cool headede the ball in the ground, and then stroked into the goal for 2-0.
After an hour's play received Köke his second yellow card, and the guests drove away victory in the country with ten men.
Mathias Jensen was a starter for Celta Vigo and was replaced in the second half, while Andrew Hjulsager got the last two minutes on the pitch for the club, as Celta out lost 0-1 to Eibar.