Real Madrid's humiliation by Barcelona in the Clasico is the latest setback in a turbulent few months at the Santiago Bernabeu, but alarm bells were already ringing...
Monday, November 23, 2015
An injury to defender Marcelo has compounded a difficult few days for Real Madrid after its Clasico defeat to Barcelona.
The Manchester City winger says his fellow Spaniard is a pleasure to play alongside, while the Barcelona No. 10 is "a very complete player."
Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is happy in Spain but says he could return to England in the future.
The 30-year-old was booed during the defeat to Barcelona and with Louis van Gaal having revealed his interest in signing the Portuguese, could he be on his way out?
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has called a news conference for Monday, with coach Rafael Benitez under pressure.
A point against Galatasaray at the Vicente Calderon will seal Atletico Madrid's Champions League progression this week.
Goal readers voted the current European champion as the most-supported side, while Manchester United finished second and Liverpool and Real Madrid trailed behind.
Both Barcelona and Roma can reach the Champions League knockouts when they face each other at Camp Nou on matchday five.
Valencia's domestic form has been patchy but victory at Zenit on Tuesday could confirm its spot in the Champions League knockout stages.
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Diego Simeone's side moves above its fierce rival Real Madrid and into second place in the table thanks to a hard-fought and narrow win at Estadio Benito Villamarin.
Koke struck the decisive goal after seven minutes as Atletico Madrid beat Real Betis 1-0 to go second in La Liga at Real Madrid's expense.
Diego Simeone's men can leapfrog Real Madrid into second place in La Liga if they beat Sunday's hosts
Marco Andreolli is likely to be sidelined by a torn Achilles tendon for the remainder of the season, his club Sevilla have confirmed
The Argentina international was forced off in the first half but the Catalan club has confirmed he has only bruised his right thigh.
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White handkerchiefs were out in protest at the Santiago Bernabeu during the 4-0 loss against the Bluagrana, but a change of coach won't solve the deeper issues at Real.
The former Milan man has turned his career around after going on loan to Sao Paulo, with the influence of Colombian coach Osorio and a tactical switch key to his improvement.
Both players struggled to make an impact as Barcelona smashed four past Rafael Benitez's side in Saturday's humiliating Clasico defeat - but who was worst?