(HIGHLIGHTS) Changes at the top of the LNFS

Jimbee Cartagena 2-6 Barça

After getting knocked out from the Spanish futsal cup (Copa del Rey), Barcelona rebounded with a nice win against the league leaders Cartagena.

Immediately at the start of the match, Ximbinha scored for Barcelona for an early lead. Matheus extended Barça's lead a few minutes later, but Juanpi returned some hope for Cartagena with a goal in the 11th minute.

It took 20 minutes of play before we saw another goal. But it was Barça's Ferrao who scored to bring back the two-goal advantage. Cartagena's persistent Juanpi soften the blow once again a few minutes later, but unfortunately for the home team - that was all they were able to offer in this match goal-wise, especially when Matheus scored his second goal of the day in the same minute.

Barça's goalkeeper Didac and Ferrao also with his second goal in the match only confirmed a big victory for Barcelona.

Levante UD 6-3 Ribera Navarra FS

Levante took advantage of Cartagena's loss to get back on the top of the table. The match was practically decided in the first half, in which Levante scored five goals. Rafa Usin and Roger with two goals, coupled with a goal by Jorge Santos, all scored for Levante. Dani Martin managed to find the neet for visiting Ribera Navarra.

With goals by Uge and another by Dani Martin, Riberra Navarra softened the blow in the second half, but Levante's goalkeeper Fede found the back of the net in the dying minutes of the match for victory confirmation.

Palma Futsal 3-1 Peñiscola F.S.

A very important win for Palma Futsal who keep very close at the top of the table and take advantage of Cartagena's loss to pip them on the table and take the second position.

Palma Futsal started the match very strongly and very aggressively and it proved to be enough. Vilela, Lolo, and Marlon all scored for Palma Futsal in the space of the first 10 minutes of the match.

Peñiscola's David scored for the visitors in the mid-second half, but that was all of the goals in the match and Palma continues its hunt for the top of the league, while Peñiscola's poor form continues.