Real Madrid & Primera Division

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. The Primera División is a professional football league in Argentina. It is the country's premier football division and is at the top of the Argentine football league system. 5.0/5

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored a record-breaking 23rd Primera Division hat trick while Real Madrid equalled the Spanish record of 18 successive victories after beating Celta Vigo 3-0 on a memorable night at the Bernabeu. Ronaldo opened the scoring with a controversially- awarded penalty that he won himself in the 36th minute before netting twice more in the second half as he moved onto 200 La Liga goals for Madrid -- the fastest any player has achieved the feat -- having only joined the Spanish giants in 2009. The Portugal superstar's treble saw him go clear of Telmo Zarra and Alfredo di Stefano for the most Primera Division hat-tricks, while also taking him to 23 goals in just 14 league games this season. The victory also saw Madrid move a step closer to another berth in the record books. Having last weekend broken their club record of 16 successive wins, the European champions have now equalled the all-time record by a Spanish team of 18 successive victories, set by Frank Rijkaard's Barcelona side in 2005-06. ...
UPDATES... Moyes: I'm more like Jose Mourinho than Pep Guardiola New Real Sociedad coach David Moyes has compared his management style to that of Jose Mourinho, while saying his new challenge is similar to that faced when he took over at Everton in 2002. Moyes has returned to football with the Liga side eight months after being fired by Manchester United less than a year into his contract at Old Trafford. The Scot takes over the Basque club with the team 15th in the Primera Division table, having won just two of their first 11 domestic games, while they were dumped out of the Europa League by FC Krasnodar in the qualifying stages. Moyes was asked at his unveiling on Thursday whether his style of management was closer to that of ex-Real Madrid boss Mourinho or Former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola. He responded by saying that his "tough" approach made him more similar to the current Chelsea manager, and also took the opportunity to compare his new challenge to the one he faced when arriving at Goodison Park ...
Ronaldo: Messi already a legend even without World Cup. Brazil legend Ronaldo has dismissed the notion that Argentina captain Lionel Messi needs to win the World Cup to be considered a football legend. The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has won every honour with his club side, Barcelona, in Spain and is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time at the age of 26. But despite his phenomenal success with the Primera Division giants, some critics claim that, until Messi replicates his club success on the international stage with Argentina, he cannot claim his place among the real greats of the game. Ronaldo, though, told The Times of India: "He can win [the World Cup]. He has not retired yet, has he? And he is only 26. "Moreover, in the history of football, there are players who did not win the World Cup but are considered as great as any other footballer. “If you win the World Cup, it gives your status a boost. However, if you cannot, you can still be among the all-time best. “I saw [Mes ...
The Italian coach has enjoyed a superb debut campaign in Spain, but will now be expected to build an era-defining team after Real Madrid claimed La Decima on Saturday COMMENT By Ben Hayward in Lisbon A season to remember. Carlo Ancelotti ends his debut campaign at Real Madrid with two trophies, the Copa Del Rey and the Champions League, vindicating the decision by president Florentino Perez to part company with Jose Mourinho last summer. But for the Italian coach, this must be just the start. Mourinho claimed the Copa in his first campaign in charge, but fell short in La Liga and in the Champions League. The Portuguese asked to be judged on his second season - and that brought a spectacular return in the Primera Division with 100 points to dethrone Barcelona after the Catalans had claimed three titles in a row in the previous years under Pep Guardiola. On the back of that success, Mourinho signed a new long-term contract in the summer of 2012. It was supposed to be the start of something special, an era-d ...
Atletico near 1st title since 96 A solitary goal by Raul Garcia was enough to see off Valencia and nudge Atletico Madrid closer still to the Primera Division title. The midfielder headed in the crucial goal just moments before half-time and then Atletico dug deep to hold off intermittent swathes of pressure from Valencia to earn their first win at Mestalla in 11 years. They had to play the last minutes of injury time with 10 men after Juanfran was sent off for a reckless tackle, but it could not prevent them winning the game. This was widely believed to be Atletico's toughest test remaining and the fact they came through it will only strengthen their confidence of holding off the challenge from Real Madrid, who they lead by three points. Diego Simeone's side now need just two wins from their next three games to lift their first league title in 18 years. Valencia came out of the blocks quicker than their opponents and could have taken the lead in under two minutes, Paco Alcacer flashing a shot just wide of ...
38:00 AM The midfielder claims he has asked his Spain team-mate to join Arsene Wenger's side but admits his compatriot's situation at the Santiago Bernabeu is "very complicated" Santi Cazorla is keen for Iker Casillas to join Arsenal this summer and has revealed the club are interested in signing the Real Madrid goalkeeper. The 32-year-old shot-stopper has featured in all 10 of his club's Champions League fixtures this season but has failed to make an appearance in La Liga, with Carlo Ancelotti preferring Diego Lopez for Primera Division games. Madrid captain Casillas claimed in March that he is prepared to see out his contract, which ends in 2017, but Cazorla says his fellow Spain international will consider his future at the end of the campaign. “I’ve told him [I want him to join Arsenal], but so far he has just been curious about my experience in England,” the attacking midfielder told Sport360 . “His situation is very complicated, but he has to make a decision. “Lots of clubs want him, inclu ...
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PSG boss responds to Mourinho criticism and gives his verdict on Hazard Tuesday,April 1, 2014 04:17 PM Paris St Germain boss Laurent Blanc has hit back at Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho’s taunt that Ligue 1 is a cakewalk for the Parisiens by pointing at the Portuguese’s history with Real Madrid. Mourinho, who won one Primera Division title in three seasons in Spain in a Barcelona-led duopoly, had suggested winning Ligue 1 is easy, stoking the fires ahead of his Chelsea side’s Champions League quarter-final first leg at Parc des Princes on Wednesday night. “Maybe if we’re talking about the league and I’m sure that Jose Mourinho knows the French league very well,” Blanc said. “There are two really big clubs in Ligue 1 (PSG and Monaco), but if I remember correctly, I think it was the same for him in Spain, with Barcelona and Madrid. “The only answer we want to give is to show a great performance tomorrow and we’d like to show that Ligue 1 has some very good teams and some very good players ...
By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer TheClasicois back. Real Madrid and Barcelona battle it out once again in the famous fixture on Sunday, this time with La Liga at stake and, as usual, their hopes rest respectively upon the shoulders of the world's two finest footballers: Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Cristiano and Leo meet for the 21st time in aClasicoclash since the Portuguese moved to Madrid from Manchester United in 2009 for what promises to be another intriguing installment of the pair's compelling conflict. But which of the two has peformed better in their meetings over the past five seasons? There was little joy for Ronaldo in his first campaign in Spain. The Portuguese returned from injury to face Barcelona at Camp Nou in La Liga, but Manuel Pellegrini's side lost out to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic volley in a tight encounter and Messi netted the opener in the Primera Division clash at the Santiago Bernabeu later in the season as Pep Guardiola's side won 2-0. The teams' next meeting was much ...
Atletico Madrid remain hot on the heels of Primera Division leaders Real Madrid following a 1-0 victory over Espanyol at the Estadio Vicente Calderon. Diego Costa netted the only goal of the game as Atletico kept the pace at the top to sit three points below Real, who earlier beat Malaga by the same scoreline.
Last weekend's results in Spain could prove decisive in the race for the Primera Division title. Real Madrid are now three points clear after beating Elche at the Santiago Bernabeu, while their rivals Barcelona lost away at Real Sociedad and Atletico Madrid were humbled away at Osasuna. This three way title tussle looks like going all the way to the end of season, with all three teams also looking for success in the European Champions League. Which are these three sides is most likely to lift the cup both at home and in Europe and why?
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Real Madrid were the big winners as Primera Division title rivals Barcelona and Atletico Madrid dropped points in damaging stalemates on Sunday.
Sports Update, Gareth Bale scored his first goal in six weeks as Real Madrid powered their way past Real Betis, recording a resounding 5-0 win to go joint-top of the Primera Division. • Train: Real enjoy a stroll in the sun The Welshman sent a left-footed free-kick into the net midway through the first half after Cristiano Ronaldo had opened the scoring with a thunderous strike from over 30 yards out. Karim Benzema then widened the scoreline even further before the break, taking advantage of a fine move from Luka Modric, and in the second half Angel Di Maria scored his second goal in as many games before substitute Alvaro Morata piled further misery on Liga whipping boys Betis. The Andalusians have taken just one point in six league games under Juan Carlos Garrido, who succeeded Pepe Mel - now in charge at West Bromwich Albion - at the start of December, and speculation has been growing that Betis' directors are planning on changing coach yet again. Betis took all three points against Jose Mourinho's Ma ...
Spain's top teams switch their attentions to the transfer window after the Primera Division wrapped up for the winter break on Sunday so, here, Goal takes a look at their plans SPECIAL REPORT By Ben Hayward Time for a break. La Liga wrapped up for 2013 on Sunday as both Barcelona and Real Madrid sealed hard-fought wins, with the Catalans ending the year on top of the table and Atletico in a very close second. Attentions now turn to the winter window, with a chance for those three to strengthen their teams in order to mount a sustained challenge for the title in the second half of the campaign. So, here, Goal takes a look at the plans for Barca, Madrid and Atletico in January, as well as the priorities of some of the other major teams. BARCELONA Barcelona begin 2014 boosted by the renewal of Andres Iniesta, who signs his new deal on Monday, and the return to fitness of Lionel Messi. However, there are still other matters to resolve for the Catalan club, with defender Marc Bartra out of contract in the summ ...
NEWS: Goal.com NAMES LaLIGA XI: With 17 rounds of the Primera Division disputed and the winter break now interrupting the action until January, Goal takes a look at the standout performers so far in Spain Another calendar year is coming to an end and with it, La Liga's finest take a well-earned rest. Barcelona lead the Primera Division on goal difference from Atletico, with Real Madrid a further five points back. Unsurprisingly, those three teams feature heavily in Goal 's Liga Team of the Season so far. In goal is Victor Valdes . The Barca shot-stopper may have missed several weeks after picking up an injury on international duty, but the Catalan is enjoying his best-ever season in what will be his last at Camp Nou. In defence, Young Centre-back Marc Bartra has also impressed for the Catalan club. Villarreal's Mateo Musacchio has enjoyed a memorable season as well and the Argentine's impressive performances could lead to an international call-up for the Albiceleste in the build-up to the World Cup. Sever ...
he Argentine took home two awards from the annual LFP gala, while Diego Simeone was named as the best coach for his side's Copa Del Rey victory Lionel Messi was named ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player in La Liga's 2012-13 season at the annual LFP awards, but the Real Madrid forward was voted the most valuable player of the campaign. The Barcelona attacker won the award for the fifth successive year and also took home the prize for top forward, while team-mate Andres Iniesta was voted as the greatest attacking midfielder in the division for the fourth time in five seasons. Confusingly, though Ballon d'Or favourite Ronaldo missed out on the best player tag, he was given the MVP trophy at the fifth edition of the awards, which are held by the Primera Division's governing body. "It is an honour and a privilege to receive this award," the 28-year-old said upon receiving the award. "I have to thank my team-mates and Madrid and all the people behind this award such as my family. I will try to keep fi ...
Wales manager Chris Coleman has suggested that Real Madrid's wish to get their €100 million signing Gareth Bale into action quickly has backfired and are to blame for the player's ongoing injury concerns. Bale's stuttering beginning to his Madrid career has included a goal on his debut at Villarreal in mid-September, but only two further substitute appearances, while he pulled out of one game against Getafe due to his own worries over own fitness. Further tests this week have shown a muscle problem likely to keep the former Tottenham winger out of action until Madrid's game against Malaga on October 19 at least. The national captain was initially included in the Wales squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Belgium, but the former Real Sociedad coach now accepts Bale must remain in Madrid for extra fitness work, and suggested that Ancelotti had played the big money signing in Primera Division games before he was really ready. "We have spoken to the doctor and we will be witho ...
SOURCE SKY SPORTS Mark Schwarzer is not planning to replace Petr Cech as Chelsea's number one goalkeeper - but the Australian will certainly push hard to be involved at his new club - LONDON EVENING STANDARD Chelsea and Tottenham will battle it out to sign Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke - LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is finalising a deal that will see him move to Eintracht Frankfurt - LONDON EVENING STANDARD David Moyes has confirmed new boy Wilfried Zaha will be part of Manchester United's squad for their pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Moyes has reiterated that striker Wayne Rooney will not be sold - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Spain striker Alvaro Negredo looks to have moved a step closer to the Sevilla exit door after the Primera Division club signed Colombia forward Carlos Bacca from Club Bruges - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Real Madrid are ready to hijack Arsenal's bid to land Luis Suarez. Real president Florentino Perez is set to of ...
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS: Laurent Blanc will consider making an offer for Chelsea defender David Luiz when he becomes the new coach at PSG. Blanc will be named as Carlo Ancelotti's replacement. Cardiff City have made a £10million offer for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama after his move to Southampton stalled. Wanyama revealed his move to the Saints is off. Liverpool have confirmed the signing of striker Iago Aspas from Celta Vigo. The 25-year-old scored 12 goals for Primera Division club Celta last season. Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal has revealed that Manchester City target Isco has signed for Real Madrid. The talented playmaker was a target of his former manager, Pellegrini. England got their Under 20 World Cup campaign off to a shocking start after conceding a last-minute goal in Turkey after they had led 2-0. Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is on the verge of receiving his UEFA Pro Licence Norwich manager Chris Hughton is trying to beat Everton to sign Wigan striker Arouna Kone The Ivory Coast sta ...
Zidane not qualified for Real job - report Zinedine Zidane's lack of the relevant coaching qualification is Florentino Perez's latest setback as the Real Madrid president scrambles to fill the still empty bench at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and get the club's summer transfer business really moving. The former France international has begun the process of gaining a full coaching qualification in his home country, however AS claims Zidane has yet to complete the 390-hour course and therefore cannot take charge of a Primera Division side. Carlo Ancelotti remains Perez's first choice to replace Jose Mourinho as Madrid boss, but Paris Saint-Germain's apparent inability to find a suitable substitute for the Italian - with Guus Hiddink and Andre Villas-Boas the latest names reportedly considered and discarded - has led to further options being explored in a process criticised as "desperate" by the Madrid chief's predecessor Ramon Calderon. Zidane's preferred solution is reportedly to take a hands-on coaching ...
Barcelona have broken the 100 points barrier with victory over Malaga. Champions Barcelona became only the second team in Primera Division history to reach the 100-point mark. Barca needed a win over Malaga to match the record-breaking 100-point haul Real Madrid managed last season and Tito Vilanova's men duly delivered. The game was as good as over inside the opening 16 minutes at the Nou Camp as Barca raced into a 3-0 lead through goals from David Villa, Cesc Fabregas and Martin Montoya. Andres Iniesta then added a fourth early in the second half for Barca's 115th league goal of the season - breaking the previous-best mark of 114 that the Catalan giants tallied last term.
Spain's Primera Division will be a very different competition in 2013-14 following a number of high-profile exits on Saturday as the current campaign ended with a wave of goodbyes COMMENT By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer It was a night for fond farewells. As Deportivo La Coruna, Mallorca and Zaragoza said goodbye to Spain's Primera Division after relegation, Celta Vigo secured survival and Real Sociedad rejoiced by claiming Champions League qualification. Overall, however, La Liga lost some sparkle as a number of its principal protagonists march off into the sunset on Sunday. Saturday's action began at Real Madrid as Jose Mourinho made his last appearance at the Santiago Bernabeu, with a mixed reaction from the home support but plenty of fans on his side, too. "Mourinho, thank you for fighting through *** and high water," one banner read. And after the game, some 10,000 fans stayed behind to pay homage to their much-maligned leader. He may have divided the dressing room and even the club's suppor ...
Another entertaining Primera Division season came to an end on Saturday night with champions Barcelona notching a remarkable 100 points to equal Real Madrid's record tally. Despite falling short in the race for the title, Jose Mourinho's side still scored 103 goals, while city rivals Atletico Madrid won many admirers on their way to their Copa Del Rey triumph. Here, ESPN FC selects La Liga's best XI players of 2012-13 in our Team of the Season. GK: Thibaut Courtois (Atletico Madrid) The on-loan Chelsea youngster has been by far La Liga's outstanding keeper this season. He set a new record for the longest spell without conceding in both home and away games for Atletico. Then secured the 2012-13 'Zamora' award for La Liga's best goalkeeper by conceding on average less than a goal a game as Champions League qualification was secured. Next came a fantastic point-blank extra-time save from Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil as Atletico won the Copa Del Rey final at their neighbours' Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. And he top ...
Madrid request a favour from Bale Real Madrid want Gareth Bale to hand in a tarnsfer request to Tottenham. Real Madrid are hoping summer target Gareth Bale hands in a transfer request to Tottenham to force through an £80 million move to the Spanish capital. According to The Sun, Madrid have long eyed the Welshman as the perfect fit in their plans to reclaim domestic and European glory, but have been thwarted time after time by a stubborn Spurs side unwilling to sell their most valuable of stars. And now Bernabeu officials are hoping that the lure of playing for Los Blancos will tempt Bale into handing in a formal request and finally push through the deal. But the loss of Bale could be softened by the arrival of Barcelona's David Villa, with the Mirror claiming the Spanish striker has told his advisers he wants a move to the Premier League. The World Cup winner has been targeted by a number of clubs since it became public knowledge that the Primera Division champions would offload him in the summer. But E ...
After missing out on Brazilian youngster Neymar, Real Madrid have turned their attention to Liverpool's Luis Suarez. The Sun reports Real are looking to bolster their squad significantly in the summer in order to reclaim the Primera Division title from rivals Barcelona. Part of that plan includes contacting the Uruguayan's agent Pere Guardiola - brother of incoming Bayern Munich boss Pep - ahead of launching a £40 million bid. It is said Suarez tops Real's wish-list as he is better value than £52 million Napoli striker Edinson Cavani.
Real Madrid turns table on Barcelona (Submitted by Sports Journalist) REAL Madrid’s 2-1 Primera Division defeat of Barcelona on Saturday confirmed that Jose Mourinho’s team is now dominant over their Catalan rivals, and that Cristiano Ronaldo has gained the upper hand in his personal rivalry with Lionel Messi. Ronaldo only had to play half an hour at a sunny Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, but that was enough to inspire Madrid to a second crushing victory over Barcelona in a week, following Tuesday’s 3-1 Copa Del Rey win. Messi played the full 90, and scored in the first half, but by the end had faded completely from the game, just as he had earlier in the week. The Portuguese’s performance typified his side’s drive and confidence ahead of its Champions League last 16 game at Manchester United on Tuesday; the Argentine’s disappearing act showed Barca are in deep, deep trouble ahead of its European challenge against Milan. On the other hand, Madrid assistant coach Aitor Karanka told reporters afterw ...
Real Madrid's 4-1 Primera Division stroll over a disappointing Sevilla at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu featured yet another Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick. However, the result did little to clear up some lingering doubts elsewhere in Jose Mourinho's side ahead of Wednesday's Champions League last-16 first leg tie against Manchester United. Madrid's first goal from Karim Benzema was rather fortunate, their second from Ronaldo was an absolute screamer and then Sevilla pretty much folded. With the visitors offering little in attack - and gaping holes in defence - the former Old Trafford hero gleefully added two more on the break after half-time, completing his 20th treble since he left England. Mourinho would presumably have preferred a stiffer test to help him judge form and condition of some players ahead of United's visit. With Barcelona clear in La Liga, both his matchday squad and team were both chosen with more than half an eye on Wednesday. Xabi Alonso and Raphael Varane were not risked due to their ong ...
Alves: Atletico are biggest threat to Barca. Dani Alves has said people should stop talking about Real Madrid as Barcelona's main rivals - because Atletico Madrid are much closer to the Primera Division leaders. After a weekend during which Barcelona drew 1-1 at Valencia, Madrid lost 1-0 at Granada and Atletico beat Real Betis 1-0 at home, Barca are nine points clear of Atletico, with Madrid a further seven points back in third. Alves, who drew attention to racist chants from Madrid fans during Barcelona's 1-1 Copa Del Rey semi-final first leg draw last week, said Diego Simeone's Atletico deserved to be seen as the main threat to Barca in the title race. "People talk a lot about Madrid when our rivals are Atletico," he added. "We should not look to the team in third place, because there is a team in second. They are closer and, if we do not pay attention, they could surprise us." Both Barca and Valencia had chances to win Sunday's game, with returning striker David Villa shooting wide from close range and ...
Financial might of Real Madrid and Barcelona casts a shadow over La Liga’s problems Spain's big two top the tablefor the world's richest clubs for the fourth year in a row but are the only Primera Division representatives in this year's list as Valencia drop out Jan 24, 2013 10:00:00 AM By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer If Deloitte's annual rich-list for football's highest earners were used to form a 20-teamEuropean Super League, Spain would have just two representatives. For the fourth year running, Real Madrid and Barcelona top the table for football club income over the previous 12 months, with the capital club out in front for the eighth edition in a row with an overall income of over €500m (they are the first team to achieve this), followed by their fierce rivals (with €483m). Encouraging numbers for Castilians and Catalans, but damning statisticsfor the rest of La Liga. Tellingly, Valencia dropped out of the top 20 altogether this year, to be replaced by a team currently hovering just a ...
Vilanova: I would be axed over 18 point gap Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova says he would have been sacked had his side slipped as badly as Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid have over the first half of the Primera Division season. While Vilanova's side have won 18 and drawn one of their first 19 matches in his first season in charge, Mourinho's Madrid have been struggling, with their latest unexpected result - Saturday's 0-0 at bottom side Osasuna - leaving last year's champions a whopping 18 points behind Barca in the table. When asked if Madrid could be discounted as a title rival given the huge gap, Vilanova said the race was far from over, but he reckoned he would not have survived in his job if his team had dropped so many points. "No," he said. "But this. That question, if the situation was reversed, I would not be here answering it. Madrid are capable of winning every game of the second half of the season and we could lose those points. We are not talking about there just being four games left. There are l ...
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is planning to see out his current contract at Real Madrid but cannot say what will happen when that deal ends in June 2015. Ronaldo's future has been the subject of debate since he spoke of his "sadness" at the start of September ENDJose relishing United showdown Persistent speculation in the Spanish media has claimed Ronaldo was either looking for a significant pay rise to €15 million a year or could be set for a summer move to big spending Paris Saint-Germain. However, in an interview published on Monday on FIFA.com, the Portugal international said he was set on fulfilling the deal he agreed when joining Madrid in 2009. "I want to see out my contract at Real Madrid,” Ronaldo said. “I am very clear about that. After that, well, I do not know what will happen in the future." Ronaldo missed his side’s game at Osasuna on Saturday through suspension as Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw - a result that leaves Madrid 18 points adrift of Primera Division leaders Barcelona at the ...
Lionel Messi celebrated his fourth successive Ballon d'Or award by once again inspiring Barcelona to a victory 3-1 at Malaga. Messi won his record-breaking FIFA honour on Monday, taking the honour ahead of Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, and continued his magnificent scoring run by breaking the deadlock tonight in the 27th minute. Tomas: Record Barca become best ever winter champions The Argentinian then teed up Cesc Fabregas to put Barcelona two goals to the good after the interval before substitute Thiago made the game safe late on - despite Diego Buonanotte grabbing a consolation in the final minute. It was ultimately a comfortable evening for the Primera Division leaders, who are 11 points clear of closest challengers Atletico Madrid. Malaga upset Real Madrid last month at La Rosaleda and although they were started well tonight, they never recovered from Messi's opener. The 25-year-old had the first opportunity of the match when Weligton failed to cut out Andres Iniesta's pass and a goal appeared ine ...
Why Nuri Sahin flopped so spectacularly at Real Madrid & Liverpool The Turkey midfielder, who was the best player in Germany in 2011, sealed a move back to Dortmund on Friday to end a hellish 18 months that have seen his stock fall rapidly When Nuri Sahin moved from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid in the summer of 2011, many people were expecting the Turkey international, fresh from leading BVB to Bundesliga glory, to become a superstar at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Spanish capital club had not only acquired a player in top form, but one with his best years ahead of him, and who, alongside fellow Bundesliga graduates Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira, was going to help Los Blancos end Barcelona's stranglehold on the Liga title. "Sahin is going to become one of the best midfielders around in Europe in the next few seasons," German legend Paul Breitner said at the time. "He will fit in perfectly at the club." Of course, Sahin went on to pick up a Primera Division winner's medal last May, but could not have contr ...
Casillas: Omissions may be 'jolt' I need. Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas says being dropped recently could be the "jolt" that inspires him to bounce back and improve his performances. The club captain told reporters in Madrid on Thursday that he now planned to work hard to prove to Jose Mourinho that he should not have been dropped for Madrid's recent La Liga games against Malaga and Real Sociedad. "Sometimes a jolt like this can be good, it makes you feel alive," Casillas said. "You must take something positive from everything. This is a chance to improve, to grit my teeth and show the coach he has been mistaken." Casillas was called on early in Sunday's 4-3 Primera Division win over Real Sociedad when replacement Antonio Adan was sent off, then started Wednesday's 4-0 Copa Del Rey victory against Celta Vigo and should again be between the posts at Osasuna in La Liga on Saturday as Adan is suspended. The World Cup and double European Championship winner said he had no issue with Mourinho's comments ...
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Real Madrid's Liga campaign appears over after their 3-2 defeat to Malaga. Real Madrid's fading title hopes were handed what could have been a knock-out blow on Saturday night after the stuttering champions slumped to defeat at Malaga to fall 16 points behind Primera Division leaders Barcelona. Substitute Roque Santa Cruz struck twice in three second-half minutes to help fourth-placed Malaga heap the pressure on Madrid coach Jose Mourinho, who created a surprise by omitting captain Iker Casillas from his starting line-up. Madrid dominated the first half but were unable to turn their possession into goals and were made to pay as Isco put Malaga ahead in the 48th minute. Karim Benzema drew Madrid level midway through the second half but Santa Cruz, who had been on the pitch less than 10 minutes, stunned the visitors by putting Malaga 3-1 ahead with a double strike in the 73rd and 76th minutes. Benzema pulled another goal back with eight minutes remaining but Madrid could not find an equaliser as they slumpe ...
Champions League DRAW Real Madrid to face Manchester United, Barcelona to take on AC Milan - the Champions League last 16 draw in full The English league leaders meet the Spanish champions, while the 2011 winners once more lock horns with the San Siro outfit Dec 20, 2012 10:45:00 AM More On : Arsenal FC, Borussia Dortmund, Celtic, FC Barcelona, The draw for the round of 16 of the Champions League took place in Nyon, Switzerland on Thursday, and some enticing ties await in the first knockout stage. Primera Division champions Real Madrid have been paired with Manchester United as Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford Furthermore, 2011 winners Barcelona will have to deal with Italian giants AC Milan in what promises to be yet another mouthwatering tie. Last season's finalists Bayern Munich take on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal as they aim to make it to their third final in four years. Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain have been pitted against Valencia, whereas 2004 winners Porto lock horns with Malaga. Serie A ...
Radamel Falcao is a doubt for Atletico Madrid's Primera Division trip to Barcelona on Sunday after missing full training on Thursday with a minor muscle problem.
Cristiano Ronaldo drew a rare blank but Real Madrid still enjoyed a comprehensive 5-1 win over Athletic Bilbao in the Primera Division on Saturday night. It was unclear whether Real’s first goal came from Karim Benzema or an own goal … Continue reading →
Cristiano Ronaldo is fully committed to Real Madrid and will return from his eye injury in Saturday evening's Primera Division clash with Athletic Bilbao, according to Madrid assistant coach Aitor Karanka. - Blog: Internationals at right time Papers in Madrid and Portugal had led Friday morning with stories of the Portuguese attacker's recent "sadness" returning and he was again considering leaving Madrid after a week in which he felt he had not received enough backing from his club following injury against Levante or when being beaten to the LFP player of the year award by nemesis Lionel Messi. Karanka however was quick to dismiss a reporter's question at Friday evening's pre-game press briefing regarding Ronaldo's current state of mind. "Some questions do not even deserve an answer," Karanka said. "Anyone who knows Cristiano knows (the injury) must have been very bad for him to leave the pitch. (On Saturday) he will again show how he gives everything for this team." The former Madrid defender also gave ...
La Liga PREVIEW Real Madrid hope Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit for Saturday's visit of Athletic Bilbao, which follows Barcelona's clash with Real Zaragoza. Prolific Portuguese forward Ronaldo, who has already scored 19 goals in all competitions for Real this season, suffered a nasty eye injury against Levante in the Primera Division last week. A large cut opened up above the player's eye after he was caught by defender David Navarro's elbow early in the match. He played on after treatment - and scored - inthe 2-1 win but later had headaches and dizzy spells and missed Portugal's midweek friendly in Gabon. Jose Mourinho would not want to be withouthis key forward at the Bernabeu as Real look to keep pace with the top two sides in La Liga. After a slow start, Real have climbed to third after winning their last four matches but still trail leaders Barca by eight points and are fivebehind city rivals Atletico Madrid. Sami Khedira and Karim Benzema are also hoping to prove their fitness after recent injuries. ...
Guardian Barca sweeps PFL awards WEDNESDAY, 14 NOVEMBER 2012 20:03 EDITOR SPORT - ABROAD BARCELONA may have lost their Primera Division title but they had a host of winners in the Professional Football League’s 2011/12 season awards, which were announced on Tuesday, with Lionel Messi named best player and Pep Guardiola best coach. Barca, who saw their three-year reign as Spanish champions ended by Real Madrid, also saw Messi named the Primera Division’s best striker, Andres Iniesta best attacking midfielder while Carles Puyol won the fair play award. Barcelona B’s Marc Bartra, meanwhile, was voted the best defender in the second division. Madrid also enjoyed success in the fourth edition of the LFP awards, with Iker Casillas named best goalkeeper, Sergio Ramos best defender and Xabi Alonso best central midfielder. The awards are voted for by the players and coaches of the top two divisions in Spain. Messi edged out Madrid duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema for the best player award in the top f ...
Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane is delighted with his progress this season. The 19-year-old centre-back has already started seven matches, including five of the last six, and will expect to be involved at Levante today as Real again look to claw back some of the deficit on Primera Division rivals Barcelona, who boast an eight-point advantage after 10 games.
Mourinho: Ref made a big mistake Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho was again critical of the referee's performance during Sunday's 2-2 draw at Barcelona, but his claims were swiftly dismissed by Tito Vilanova. Two goals apiece from Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo meant a share of the spoils at the Camp Nou, with Barcelona retaining their eight-point lead in the Primera Division standings. Much of the attention post-match was on two controversial moments early in the second half when, with the score at 1-1, referee Carlos Delgado Ferreiro first waved away a Madrid penalty appeal after Mesut Ozil tumbled over Javier Mascherano's challenge inside the area and then dismissed Barca calls for a spot kick when Pepe halted Andres Iniesta's run on the edge of the box. Mourinho said it went against his club's traditions to complain about referees but then went on to do just that. "Madrid is a gentlemanly club and penalties not signalled cannot be talked about," Mourinho said. "This is the philosophy of the club and ...
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo bagged two goals apiece as Barcelona and Real Madrid battled out an entertaining draw in the first Clasico of the Primera Division season.
Barcelona icon Johan Cruyff is eagerly anticipating Sunday's Primera Division match at home against arch-rivals Real Madrid
Napoli attacker Edinson Cavani has stressed that he aims to reach the same level as Barcelona star Lionel Messi and Real Madrid The Uruguayan forward has developed into one of the undisputed stars of Serie A in the past few seasons, and he's determined to make the next step in his development and get on par with the Primera Division stars. "Messi and Ronaldo are two great champions. I am training hard every day to try and reach the same level as them," Cavani was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport. The Uruguay international then went on to discuss the alleged interest of clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester City, Juventus and Real Madrid during the summer transfer window. "It is always difficult to change clubs and move to another city. If a club really wanted to sign me, they should have made Napoli an offer they could not turn down. This simply did not happen," Cavani said. He added, "It does not affect me that Napoli value me at 60 million euros. These kinds of things are a matter between the clu ...
Rayo Vallecano are six places above Real Madrid in the Primera Division standings
Lionel Messi climbed off the bench to score twice while his fellow replacement David Villa was again on the mark as Barcelona continued their 100% start to the new Primera Division season with a 4-1 win at Getafe. Adriano capitalised on good work by Cesc Fabregas to notch a 32nd-minute opener before the visitors added three more goals in the final 16 minutes to seal their fourth win in four league outings. Messi doubled the lead from the penalty spot before the Argentina ace made it 3-0 four minutes later. Getafe pulled a goal back through Pablo Sarabia's deflected strike but Villa had the final word with a brilliant piece of finishing in stoppage time to complete the scoring. Getafe had beaten defending champions Real Madrid in their last home match but Barca rarely looked like suffering a similar fate. They had already seen Cristian Tello denied by home goalkeeper Miguel Moya and Thiago Alcantara strike the crossbar when they took the lead through Adriano. Fabregas created the chance with an incisive ru ...
-Four clubs in for Falcao Atletico Madrid chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin has revealed he rebuffed interest from four clubs - including Chelsea and Manchester City - in Radamel Falcao this summer, and conceded the financial inequality in La Liga means it is inevitable that he will be sold sooner rather than later. Gil Marin has called on the Spanish footballing authorities to make sweeping structural changes to prevent the duopoly of Barcelona and Real Madrid from becoming more dominant and preventing the Primera Division's smaller clubs from holding on to their top talent. Falcao, 26, is Europe's hottest striker after his hat-trick last Friday inspired his club to a 4-1 demolition of Chelsea which secured them the European Super Cup. And Gil Marin believes Atletico, currently about €350 million in debt, made a risky decision not to accept any offers for the Colombia striker. "You only have to look at what happened this summer," he said. "Apart from Athletic and ourselves, everyone has had to sel ...
Primera Division holders Real Madrid began the new campaign with a 1-1 draw against Valencia at the Bernabeu after Jonas cancelled out Gonzalo Higuain's early strike. Los Che, who finished third last season, were well worthy of a point and should have had three but Roberto Soldado's second-half strike was wrongfully ruled out for offside. Madrid, who have not made any new signings so far this summer, lined up largely as expected although Lassana Diarra was preferred to Sami Khedira and Higuain chosen ahead of Karim Benzema. In his first match in charge, former Los Che centre half Mauricio Pellegrino elected to start recently acquired trio Andres Guardado, Joao Pereira and Fernando Gago, with fellow new arrivals, Jonathan Viera and Nelson Valdez on the bench. The champions made a bright start and after both Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria came close early on, Higuain gave the home side the lead with just 10 minutes on the clock. A wonderful ball over the top of the Valencia backline from Di Maria foun ...
Modric has been linked with a host of Europe's top clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea and PSG, but appears to be closing in on a switch to the current La Liga champions. Higuain, 24, has revealed he has been impressed by Modric’s displays both at Spurs and Croatia and believes his arrival would boost the team. Speaking at a press conference, Higuain said: "I saw Modric at the European Championship and also at Tottenham. "He's a player that likes the club and us. Hopefully he'll sign as quickly as possible for the good of the team." Higuain then replied to Sandro Rosell after the Barcelona president described last season's Primera Division as very strange, casting doubts over the legitimacy of Los Blancos' triumph. "One-hundred points, 121 goals, winning at Camp Nou, yes, it was a strange league, though for us it was simply spectacular," he said. Goal.com exclusively revealed Real Madrid hope to complete a move for Modric imminently for a fee in the region of 35 million pounds.
Why Arsenal, Man Utd and Chelsea believe right time to go for Real Madrid wonderkid trio The three best young players never to play for Real Madrid? Okay, technically Jese Rodriguez, Alvaro Morata and Joselu have all made the first team breakthrough at Real. But for all their hype, the trio face a near impossible task of repeating the success of legend Raul and establishing themselves as outright first teamers direct from the Castilla. Amid celebrating promotion back to the Segunda Division, Morata, Jese and Joselu are also contemplating offers from home and abroad to launch their top-flight careers. Since the end of the season, Benfica and Arsenal have asked after 19 year-old winger Jese, striker Morata has attracted enquiries from half the Primera Division and West Ham United have held a round of talks over a fee for centre-forward Joselu. At 22, Joselu appears the most likely to move on. Signed from Celta Vigo, where he made his first team debut, Joselu has now been with the Castilla for three years an ...
Primera Division title since 2008. Mourinho's men crashed out of the UEFA Champions League at the semi-final stage in each of the last two terms, but he claims they nevertheless will have gained many fans due to having played the best football on the planet. "At the start of the campaign that's just finished I told my men I did not want to prioritise," he said on realmadrid.com. "I didn't want to choose one championship over another. I've always said we have to improve collectively and individually, and that we must play football to win both games and supporters. "I'm sure Real Madrid gained many supporters throughout the world this year because we played the best football in the world despite not winning the Champions League. "But we did win the toughest league title with fantastic football, and I think that's what's most important. We have to keep it up.
Barcelona's Javier Mascherano has rubbished Jose Mourinho's claim that Lionel Messi's record-breaking 50-goal haul in the Primera Division this season counts for nothing because the Blaugrana did not win La Liga, claiming that it is the Real Madrid's boss words which are without value.
Mourinho: Cristiano Ronaldo must win the Ballon d'Or because Messi's goals counted for nothing Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo deserves this year's Ballon d'Or, arguing that Lionel Messi's sensational goal-scoring exploits count for nothing as Barcelona failed to retain their Primera Division crown. Messi broke record after record during a season in which he netted 50 times in La Liga but Mourinho believes that Ronaldo's 46 strikes carry more weight because they were crucial to Los Blancos' title success. "Cristiano has to be the Ballon d'Or winner, not because he was the top scorer, which he already was last season, but because his goals won the league," the Portuguese said of his compatriot in an interview with SIC. "Messi scored 50 goals that have not been worth anything, just as Cristiano scored 42 last season that were not worth anything. "Cristiano has not been able to win the top scorer award and I think that should now be offset by the Ballon d'Or." While Mourinh ...
La Liga Team of the Season: Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi & Falcao star in the 2011-12 campaign. We choose the best XI from the Spanish top-flight campaign that came to a conclusion on Sunday, with Real Madrid claiming the title with a record 100 points Real Madrid were crowned champions of Spain on Sunday with a record 100 points, nine clear of fierce rivals Barcelona as coach Pep Guardiola bade a fond farewell to La Liga. And with the campaign concluded, Goal.com looks at the cream of the crop from the Primera Division in 2011-12. Madrid actually conceded three goals more than Barca but Iker Casillas was key once again with a string of vital saves, including one brilliant dive to his right to deny Xavi in the crucial Clasico win at Camp Nou last month and a wonderful reaction stop from Manu del Moral at Sevilla earlier this season. Casillas led by example as Madrid captain and stood tall when it mattered most. Surprisingly out of the team on occasions, criticised and tipped with a summer exit from Camp Nou, ...
Real Madrid became the first club in Spain to crack 100 points with victory over Real Mallorca. Jose Mourinho's Primera Division champions signed off for the summer with a typically imposing performance as Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema set them on the way before half-time, with Mesut Ozil adding a second-half double.
19 - Score against Mallorca and Ronaldo will have netted against every single one of his side's Primera Division rivals in 2011-12. 32 - Win on Sunday and Mourinho's men will end La Liga with a record 32 wins out of 38. The league title claimed recently was also the 32nd in the 110-year history of Real Madrid. 60 - Net on Sunday and Ronaldo will reach 60 goals in all competitions this term, seven better than his total from 2010-11. 100 - Beat Mallorca at the Bernabeu and Madrid will become the first side in Spain and Europe's major leagues to end a season with a century of points. 117 - Madrid have already set a new goals record in La Liga this term after breaking the 107 scored by John Toshack's side in 1989-90. Real are three goals better off than Barca (who also broke the previous mark) with 117 so far and will look to build on that total against the islanders.
Lionel Messi has been breaking record after record this season, and in the past week he shattered two more as he continues to cement his place in football's history books. The Barcelona forward surpassed Gerd Muller's record of scoring the most goals in a European season in all competitions after netting a hat-trick in their Primera Division encounter against Malaga at Camp Nou in midweek. The 4-1 victory for the Blaugrana in front of their own supporters was not enough for them to keep hold of the title as Real Madrid clinched La Liga for the first time since 2008, but it saw Messi increase his goal-tally to 68 for the season. The Argentina international remained in destructive mood over the weekend, as he fired in all four goals in Barca’s 4-0 home triumph over Espanyol in the Catalan derby. It was Pep Guardiola’s last game at Camp Nou as Barca coach, and it was a fitting farewell. Messi’s quadruple saw him reach a total of 50 La Liga strikes this term, setting a new record for the most league goa ...
Drenthe: Messi called me *** The former Real Madrid winger has voiced his dismay with the way the Barcelona star spoke to him during their meetings in the Primera Division in the past few years By Stefan Coerts May 9, 2012 11:58:00 AM Royston Drenthe vs Lionel Messi, Hercules - Barcelona Everton winger Royston Drenthe has hit out at Lionel Messi, claiming that the Barcelona ace called him *** on more than one occasion. The Dutchman locked horns with the Argentina international a number of times during his spells at Real Madrid and Hercules, and admitted that he would always have problems with Messi in off-the-ball incidents. "We played against each other a lot, and we always had problems. You know what really bothers me? That tone with which he always called me *** *** ," Drenthe stated in an interview with Dutch magazine Helden. Drenthe went on to explain that although he realises the use of the term is quite common in South America, he finds it hard to deal with, and explained that his for ...
Cristiano Ronaldo's goal-scoring exploits may have inspired Real Madrid to Primera Division glory this season, but Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton believes the Portuguese was a better player when he was at Old Trafford.Ronaldo, who moved to the Spanish capital in 2009, netted his 44th goal of the Liga campaign in Wednesday's title-clinching victory over Athletic Bilbao at San Mames.
FIVE OF THE BEST PEP'S BEST REAL MADRID 2 BARCELONA 6 (Primera Division - May 2, 2009) Barcelona took a giant step towards winning the Primera Division title in Guardiola's first season at the helm by crushing arch rivals and nearest challengers Real Madrid in stunning fashion at the Bernabeu. Thierry Henry and Lionel Messi both netted braces while Carles Puyol and Gerard Pique were also on the scoresheet as the treble-chasing visitors inflicted a first league defeat on in-form Madrid since beating the then champions at the Nou Camp in December. Madrid had picked up 52 points from a possible 54 since that match, but this defeat left them seven points adrift of Barca with only four games remaining. BARCELONA 2 Manchester United 0 (Champions League final - 27 May, 2009) Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi combined to sweep Manchester United aside and lead Barcelona to victory in Rome, handing Guardiola an amazing treble of league, cup and Champions League in his first season. The Catalans richly deserved their tr ...
Pep Guardiola FACT FILE 1971: Born January 18 in Manresa, Barcelona. Nicknamed 'Pep'. 1990: December - Makes Barcelona debut against Cadiz. Coach Johan Cruyff converts him from right wing to centre midfield. 1991: Makes four league appearances as Barca win Primera Division. 1992: May - Helps Barca retain league title and win European Cup, beating Sampdoria 1-0 at Wembley. August - Scores in Olympic final in Barcelona against Ghana as Spain take gold medal. October - Makes full international debut in Belfast against Northern Ireland. 1993: Makes 28 appearances as Barca win third consecutive title. 1994: The Cruyff 'Dream Team' make it four league wins in a row, with Guardiola as captain on last day of the season. 1995: Scores his first two top-flight goals, but Barca are beaten to the title by Real Madrid. 1996: Cruyff quits. Barca make Copa Del Rey final, but are beaten by Atletico Madrid in Copa and the league. Spain coach Javier Clemente leaves Guardiola out of Euro '96 squad. 1997: Barca, under Bobby R ...
Be on track in the Champions League with the latest news provided by the star players of Real Madrid. Our exclusive bwin forecast video features one of the players who will analyse upcoming Primera Division or Champions League games. Get the best insider knowledge around - this time from Ronaldo
Iker Casillas has admitted Real Madrid have taken a 'giant step' in landing the Primera Division crown after their 2-1 victory at arc...
Barcelona will continue their pursuit of Real Madrid this weekend as they go in search of an 11th successive Primera Division victory at Levante. That run has trimmed Madrid's lead at the summit to just four points with the season's second El Clasico still to come. Barca closed to within a solitary point following their 4-0 defeat of Getafe on Tuesday but the manner of Madrid's 4-1 win at Atletico 24 hours later has possibly handed the momentum back to Jose Mourinho's side. Barca midfielder Sergio Busquets concedes the title remains Madrid's to lose but has vowed the defending champions will not relinquish their crown without a fight. ``The league will be difficult, but nothing is impossible,'' he said. ``They have the advantage. We have had these advantages before and in the end we've been champions. ``But the only thing that interests us is winning every game we play. ``If we give our all then we will have an opportunity, but we are thinking game by game. ``In Levante it will be very difficult. We will ...
Mourinho(D SPECIAL ONE) is now bidding to cement his legacy by winning another domestic title with Primera Division giants Real Madrid, as well becoming the first man to win the Champions League with three different clubs. Goal.com
The Spanish football association (RFEF) has announced that the Primera Division encounter between Barcelona and Real Madrid at Camp Nou will take place on April 21.
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