Thursday, December 18, 2014
The Spanish champs went through in the Copa del Rey, despite failing to beat the third division side.
The Mexico international has managed just one league start in his time in Madrid
Diego Simeone's team advanced to the fifth round of the Copa del Rey despite a surprising draw against visiting Segunda B3 side.
Diego Simeone's men were held at home by the Segunda B side despite a double from Mario Mandzukic, but the result still saw them through to the last 16 of the Copa del Rey.
The Mexico international strikers have both struggled to nail down regular spots with their Madrid-based squads this season.
Real Madrid looks to claim the Club World Cup with a win over the South American side.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Goal Transfer List 2014: As is often the case, it takes just one mega deal to trigger money being fired in multiple directions within the football marketplace.
The biggest summer signings for Barcelona and Real Madrid feature prominently in Goal's Transfer List, but which of the two will prove the better bargain?
Real Madrid's 4-0 win over the CONCACAF Champions League winner was a fair barometer of the difference between La Liga and Liga MX.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
The coach lightheartedly suggested that the Portuguese will make up for not getting on the score sheet in the 4-0 thrashing of Cruz Azul.
The Spanish forward was prolific in the first half for Luis Enrique's men, and his teammates enjoyed their fair share of goals in the Copa del Rey clash too.
There's not a club in Europe that can match Real Madrid, so the best that the CONCACAF region had to offer was always going to struggle.
Goal took in the action in Morocco, where the Spanish giants lived up to their stature, reaching the Club World Cup final on the back of a hammering.
The forward is looking for his fourth trophy of 2014 with Real Madrid having made decisive contributions in Copa del Rey, Champions League and Super Cup triumphs.
The retiring former Arsenal and Barcelona star made the most of his physical abilities thanks to an incredible work ethic and willingness to adapt.
The Goal Transfer List 2014 illustrates how the gap is growing between an elite group of super-clubs and the rest of football.
The deal to bring the Uruguayan from Liverpool to Camp Nou will eventually cost Barcelona a staggering 252 million euros, placing the transaction at No.1 in our study.
After a record-breaking year of transfers in 2013, our exclusive study is back as we calculate the maximum potential cost that clubs will pay from the the biggest deals of 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
The CONCACAF Champions League winner faces a daunting task in the Spanish giant.
Check out the full list of Champions League last-16 matches, which will run from mid-February to March.