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Real Madrid hit the sweet spot

Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 by Marca.com

There's just no stopping or even troubling this incredible Real Madrid team. There had been talk of a potential upset at Ipurua against a tough Eibar after the injury to Luka Modric and the effects of the international matches on the players, but Real once again proved they will not come apart. After the loss of Modric, Sami Khedira will feature more, but the German did not play at all in th...Full Story »

Vermaelen falls injured once more

Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 by Marca.com

Barcelona's Belgian defender, Thomas Vermaelen, has been hit by injury again. The club has issued a statement explaining the reasons for the centre-back's injury, citing muscular problems in his right leg as the cause, which means he will miss the Champions League match against APOEL on Tuesday. The squad picked to face the Cypriot team is as follows: Ter Stegen, Claudio Bravo, Masip, Montoya...Full Story »

Valencia stunned by Levante as Villarreal end winless run

Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 by Goal.com

Los Che slipped to fourth in La Liga after their derby defeat, while Rayo Vallecano won and Elche clawed back a two-goal deficit to draw with Cordoba Valencia lost ground in the chase for the Liga title in a shock 2-1 derby defeat at Levante on Sunday. The Mestalla outfit came into the weekend third in the Spanish top flight, but were unable to get the better of their near neighbours as they...Full Story »

Messi heaven

Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 by Marca.com

Leo Messi has written yet another page in the history of football.This is not just any old record that the Argentine broke in the match against Sevilla. By scoring his hat-trick, he beat Telmo Zarra's longstanding record as la Liga's highest ever goalscorer. Messi has harvested 252 goals in Spain's first division, one more than the ex-Athletic de Bilbao forward. To score his, Zarra needed 15 ...Full Story »

Luis Enrique: "Messi is one of a kind"

Posted Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Marca.com

Luis Enrique was extremely upbeat in his evaluation of the win over Sevilla and Messi's new goalscoring record. Messi, sensational: "I'm lucky to be able to train him every day. You can't compare him to any other player. He is one of a kind, and there'll never be another like him. We're fortunate to be able to enjoy watching him. At the level we're at right now, not just physically, but also ...Full Story »

Barcelona 5-1 Sevilla: Messi smashes Liga goalscoring record with terrific treble

Posted Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Goal.com

The Argentina international equalled Telmo Zarra's previous tally of 251 goals with a sublime free kick before then adding two more to set a new mark Lionel Messi smashed the all-time Liga goalscoring record with a sublime hat-trick as Barcelona slaughtered Sevilla 5-1 at Camp Nou on Saturday night. The prolific Argentine took the his tally of Spanish top-flight goals to 253 with a treble ei...Full Story »

Eibar 0-4 Real Madrid: Ronaldo double breaks another milestone

Posted Sunday, November 23, 2014 by Goal.com

The 29-year-old scored twice to write a new piece of history in Spanish football, while goals from James Rodriguez and Karim Benzema completed the scoring Cristiano Ronaldo set a new La Liga record as his two goals helped Real Madrid to a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Eibar. The capital club's victory was their 14th in a row in all competitions and keeps Real top of the Liga standings for a...Full Story »

Atletico sinks high-flying Malaga

Posted Sunday, November 23, 2014 by foxsportsasia.com

Diego Simeone implored Atletico Madrid to treat the visit of Malaga as a cup final and his players responded with the kind of clinical performance that has brought multiple trophies to the club in recent seasons. The Primera Division champions earned a 3-1 victory over a team who were charging up the table before the international break, courtesy of goals from Tiago, Antoine Griezmann and Die...Full Story »

Lionel Messi may leave Spain over tax jail threat

Posted Saturday, November 22, 2014 by theguardian.com

Lionel Messi may end up leaving Barcelona because of his dealings with Spanish tax officials. Lionel Messi, hailed by many as the greatest footballer of all time, may leave Spain after continuing to fall foul of the tax authorities, sources have said.The player, who earlier this year agreed a new €50m (£40m) salary with Barcelona, has complained that he is being singled out for speci...Full Story »

Ronaldo backs CR7 for Ballon d'Or over Messi

Posted Friday, November 21, 2014 by Goal.com

The former Selecao star feels that the Real Madrid attacker's remarkable goalscoring record will see him once again beat his Barcelona rival to the prestigious prize Brazil icon Ronaldo believes that Cristiano Ronaldo will retain his Ballon d'Or award, arguing that the Portuguese has had a more "memorable" year than Lionel Messi. The Portugal international is the reigning titleholder and hea...Full Story »

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