On Saturday, the Norwegian eclipsed the likes of Raul, Samuel Eto'o and Javi Garcia when came off the bench to debut at just 16 years and 156 days against Getafe
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Barcelona proved its best was better than Real Madrid's with a La Liga triumph, according to coach Luis Enrique.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Diego Simeone lauded Atletico Madrid's "incredible season", despite being dethroned as La Liga champions by Barcelona.
A dire scoreless draw was enough for Atletico Madrid to secure a place in the UEFA Champions League group stage and for Granada to stay up.
Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has expressed his hurt at criticism of his attitude and says he was told he had no role to play this season.
The suspended coach watched the 7-3 win over Getafe from the stands, but heard his name chanted by supporters as he prepares to be sacked early next week.
Saturday saw Xavi play his final La Liga game, and Luis Enrique believes the Barcelona legend will be impossible to replace.
Cristiano Ronaldo took to Twitter to express his wish for Carlo Ancelotti to remain at Real Madrid next season.
The coach has ruled out a return to AC Milan next season, saying he will either manage Real Madrid or take a year off.
The striker missed the last two games of Barcelona's La Liga season with a hamstring injury but his coach is optimistic he'll return in the next week.
Goal offers the best images from Xavi's final game for Barcelona at Camp Nou.
The 16-year-old Norwegian came on as a substitute Saturday to become Real Madrid's youngest Liga debutant.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted yet another hat trick as Real Madrid ended its season with an entertaining 7-3 win over Getafe in La Liga.
Los Blancos sign off in the Spanish Primera Division season with victory in a goal-fest at Santiago Bernabeu.
The forward scored a hat trick inside the first 34 minutes of Real Madrid's clash with Getafe, taking his total for the campaign to 61 goals.
Goal took in the action at Camp Nou where the visitors provided a thrilling Liga finish, coming back from two goals down to secure a point and their survival.
A point is good enough for both sides, as the Andalusians avoid relegation from La Liga and Diego Simeone's men qualify for next season's Champions League group stage.
Deportivo La Coruna pulled off the greatest of escapes Saturday, completing a two-goal comeback to draw 2-2 at Barcelona and stay up.
The clash at the Santiago Bernabeu could be Carlo Ancelotti's last in charge after an underwhelming campaign
The Serie A side's owner has revealed the coach will come back to the club and replace Filippo Inzaghi if he is axed at the Bernabeu