Atlético Madrid came from behind to beat hosts Athletic Club 4-1 at the Lezama Facilities on Saturday.
The hosts took an early lead after 18 minutes through midfielder Marta Unzué which only lasted for two minutes before the visitors levelled the scores through defender Sheila García.
The Madrid side came back from the half-time break a more determined side and were duly rewarded in the 56th minute when forward Ludmila gave them the lead. Ludmila completed her brace eight minutes later when she doubled the advantage for the visitors to make it 3-1 with her sixth goal of the season.
Substitute forward Lucía Moral Ruiz completed the scoring when she made it 4-1 to the visitors in the 77th minute just two minutes after coming on for midfielder Leicy Santos.
The win took the Madrid side to 13 points after six games whilst Athletic Club have now gone for five matches without a win and are on four points after six matches.
Elsewhere, Real Sociedad made it two wins in a row after beating Alavés 5-1 at the Ciudad Deportiva José Luis Compañón on Saturday.
Forward Gabriela García opened the scoring in the 25th minute before Amaiur Sarriegi doubled their lead in the 41st minute after converting a pass from García taking her season tally to five goals. Garcia completed her brace in the first minute of first half added time to make it 3-1 for the visitors.
Sarriegi made it 4-0, completing her brace six minutes into the second half after converting a pass from forward Synne Jensen.
Jensen turned scorer when she powered home a pass from midfielder Gemma Gili in the 58th minute.
Substitute forward Sara Carrillo Moreno scored a consolation goal for the hosts in the 91st minute when she converted a pass from defender Carla Morera.
Defending champions Barcelona continued with their winning streak beating visiting Levante 2-1 at the Estadio Johan Cruyff on Sunday morning.
Midfielder Ingrid Syrstad Engen opened the scoring 15 minutes into the match when she converted a pass from fellow midfielder Patri Guijarro.
Guijarro was also involved in the second goal after her pinpoint pass was converted by her midfield partner Aitana Bonmatí with just four minutes remaining before the half time break to make it 2-0.
The visitors pulled one back in the 43rd minute when forward Alba Redondo converted a pass from defender Antônia to set up a pulsating second half.
Redondo’s goal to take her season’s tally to five.
Both teams tried in vain to add a goal in an intense second half as Barcelona looked to increase their advantage and Levante looked for an equaliser.
The win put the defending champions in control with 18 points from six matches whilst Levante suffered their first defeat of the season.
Real Madrid beat Sevilla 2-0 at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on Sunday night.
The hosts opened the scoring 20 minutes into the second half when defender Rocío Gálvez converted a pass from midfielder Teresa Abelleira.
Midfielder Caroline Weir sealed the three points for the hosts when she scored in the 95th minute to break the Sevilla hearts who were searching for an equaliser.
The win took the Madrid side to second position on the standings with 13 points from five matches.
Madrid CFF beat visitors UDG Tenerife 2-0 at the Estadio Fernando Torres on Saturday.
Zambian forward Racheal Kundananji opened the scoring for the hosts in the 36th minute with her fifth goal of the season before midfielder Ana González doubled the lead just four minutes after the half-time break.
The hosts had two more efforts that crashed against the crossbar in a bid to increase the lead.
The win put the hosts on 13 points from six matches whilst Tenerife remained on seven points having played a game less.
Alhama’s woes continued after losing 2-0 to visiting Real Betis at the Campo de Fútbol José María Soriano Muñoz on Saturday evening.
Midfielder Ángela Sosa opened the scoring in the 37th minute from the penalty spot before she doubled the advantage four minutes from the half time break taking her season’s tally to four goals.
It was the visitors’ first win of the season whilst for Alhama it was a sixth straight defeat in six matches.
The win takes Betis to four points whilst the hosts remain without a point.
Newly promoted Levante Las Planas suffered their second defeat of the season when they lost 2-1 to visiting Sporting Huelva at the Camp Municipal Les Planes on Sunday.
The visitors opened the scoring through midfielder Elsa Amanda Edgren in the 16th minute.
The hosts found themselves two goals down in the 62nd minute when forward Anna Sofia Ulrika Hagman doubled Huelva’s advantage.
The hosts got their consolation goal through forward Mari Paz Vilas in the 91st minute when she converted a pass from former Madrid CFF forward Rita Chikwelu.
Villarreal were held to a one-all draw by visiting Valencia in a match played at the Ciudad Deportiva on Sunday.
The visitors took the lead in the 22nd minute through forward Anita Marcos and went to half time leading.
The hosts equlaised nine minutes into the second half when forward Sheila Guijarro converted a pass from midfielder Ainoa Campo.
The draw means Valencia now have gone five matches unbeaten in the league.
Results (Saturday): Athletic Club 1-4 Atlético Madrid; Madrid CFF 2-0 UDG Tenerife; Alavés1-5 Real Sociedad; Alhama CF ElPozo 0-2 Real Betis
Results (Sunday): Levante Las Planas 1-2 Sporting Huelva; Barcelona 2-1 Levante; Villarreal 1-1 Valencia; Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla