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LA LIGA: ATLETICO EXTEND LEAD

Atletico Madrid have extended their lead at the Spanish La Liga summit and this is not good news for city rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona, who are the other two contenders for the league title in the top flight of club football in Spain. Real Madrid fans and Barcelona fans would have been elated when Atletico Madrid went behind in their outstanding game, an home clash with Athletic Bilbao. The Spanish La Liga leaders had to overcome the adversity of going behind to their visitors to beat the team from Basque at home and extend their lead at the La Liga summit.

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCH PREVIEW: ATALANTA VS REAL MADRID

Italian Serie A outfit Atalanta will be hosting Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid in the first leg of their last-16 encounter in the UEFA Champions League and there's all to play for. Atalanta secured passage into the last-16 of the tournament after they finished their group stage campaign in second place behind group leaders Liverpool. Real Madrid, on the other hand, beat German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach to first place in their group stage.

Zidane pleased with ‘complete performance’ against Celta de Vigo

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidaneclaimed that he is extremely pleased with the performance shown by his team in the 2-0 win over Celta de Vigo.Zidane has recently been seen much better performances from his Real Madrid team, who made a horrendous start to the season. As a result, it appeared that Real Madrid would concede the league title and a very early stage in the campaign. Now, they have been able to move within two points of Atletico Madrid. Even though the city rivals do have two games in hand, the momentum is certainly with Madrid after the latest result.

MADRID SKIPPER RETURNS FOR OSASUNA TRIP

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos will return to the squad ahead of the trip to face Osasuna in the Spanish La Liga this weekend. Sergio Ramos missed the 2-0 win over Celta Vigo the last time out in the league due to a stomach issue and that has cleared up for the Spaniard to return for the Osasuna game on Saturday night. Osasuna have not reached the heights of last season in the Spanish La Liga this term and they face a Real Madrid team with a good recent record.


Real Madrid have won six of their last seven league games ahead of the trip to Osasuna with the only exception coming in the penultimate league game at Elche which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Hakim Ziyech takes inspiration from Real Madrid attacker

Chelsea forward Hakim Ziyech has said that he takes inspiration from Real Madrid attacker Eden Hazard. The Belgium international spent eight long seasons with the Blues where he managed to achieve legendary status and help them win two Premier League titles in the process. Hazard made the switch to Los Blancos in the summer of 2019, but he has yet to make an impact for the Spanish champions as he has struggled with multiple injuries.


Still, he remains fondly remembered by the Blues’ faithful and Ziyech has said that he takes inspiration from the Belgian’s style of play, he told: “Eden is a world-class player. You always take inspiration from that, how he plays the game. You always look at the small things, how he does stuff - and I can learn a lot from him. Of course we can make a challenge. You always have to believe in it. It starts from believing in it and then working every day harder. At the need of the day we will see what it brings. But you have to believe it is possible and that is what we are doing. We believe it.”

MADRID BOOST AHEAD OF CRUCIAL CLASH

Real Madrid have been handed a big boost on the defensive front ahead of their crucial Champions League duel with German Bundesliga side Borussia Moenchengladbach in Group B. The Spanish championsare expected to have two of their first choice defenders back for the make-or-break Champions League home game withthe Germans as confirmed by Spanish newspaper AS.


It was disclosed that Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos and Dani Carvajal are expected to be back for the Champions League Group B clash.

Zidane praises character of Real Madrid after Sevilla win

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has praised the character of his team after they picked up a crucial 1-0 victory over Sevilla in the latest La Liga outing. Madrid were coming into the game in deep trouble after having suffered a streak of poor results in recent weeks.

The latest match saw the club coming on the back of a two-game losing streak, which started with the shock loss against Deportivo Alaves at the Santiago Bernabeu. This was followed by a 2-0 away defeat against Shakhtar Donetsk. After having made the long travel to Ukraine and back, the expectations were low on Madrid but they produced a lot of character to secure three points from the match.

MADRID CAPTAIN, SERGIO RAMOS OUT INJURED

The Real Madrid and Spanish captain was off the pitch before half-time in the game for his country against Germany in the Nations League tournament, with Real Madrid facing some vital matches in upcoming weeks.

Real Madrid Crashes the Opponent in La Liga

Throughout the world, there are some matches that you can describe as the fight between the arch-rivals. In different leagues, there are some derbies where the fans bet their everything for their team. In the Spanish football league La Liga, the match between Barcelona and Real Madrid has been tagged as the El Clasico as this match divides the whole world into two halves.


Lots of epic battles have been fought between these two teams and lots of great players have played for these two teams. Now in the current season, Real Madrid has taken the glory to win the El Clasico which took place at Camp Nou on Saturday. But this El Clasico was a bit different from the other ones from various perspectives.

Chelsea captain hoping Hazard finds his feet at Real Madrid next season

Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta is hopeful that Eden Hazard can impress for Real Madrid next term. The Belgium international made the high-profile move from the Blues to Los Blancos last summer, but he experienced a frustrating debut season where he scored just one goal from 22 appearances.

A combination of hamstring, foot and ankle injuries contributed to his absence from the squad for more than half of the campaign, but Azpilicueta is hopeful that he can turn things around and replicate the form from his days at Stamford Bridge, he told Radio Marca: “This season has been hampered by injuries and he hasn't been at 100 per cent. I hope he can pick up some rhythm in order to help his team. I have no doubt that Real Madrid have lots of quality players and that Eden can show his worth in that team. Let's hope we can see the Eden we saw at Chelsea
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