Barcelona clinched the 2014-15 La Liga title after defeating deposed champions Atletico Madrid - Goal revisits their road to glory by looking back at every game this season.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Luis Enrique's men are crowned champions of the Spanish Primera Division after a Lionel Messi winner sealed all three points at the Vicente Calderon...
The Liga title is heading back to Barcelona after Lionel Messi scored the winner in a 1-0 victory at previous champions Atletico Madrid.
Back in January, few gave Barca a prayer following Leo's falling-out with his coach - but the club has enjoyed an incredible 2015 to claim the title again, writes Paul Macdonald.
A second-half hat trick from Cristiano Ronaldo ends Los Blancos' three-match winless run against the stubborn Periquitos
Barcelona completed the first leg of a potential treble by wrapping up the Liga title with a 1-0 win at Atletico Madrid on Sunday.
After missing out on La Liga and the Champions League, serious alterations are now necessary at the Santiago Bernabeu but the club president is an obstacle, says Ben Hayward.
A win over Espanyol was not enough for Madrid to extend the title race.
Louis van Gaal appeared to confirm Real Madrid's interest in signing David De Gea after Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
Barcelona’s official sports drink partner Gatorade guides you through the tiki-taka routine used by 8-year-olds at La Masia all the way through to the first-team squad.
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Carlo Ancelotti says Gareth Bale's problems have been shared by the entire Real Madrid squad this season.
Barcelona can win the Liga title at Atletico Madrid on Sunday, but it remains to be seen if the striker is deemed fit to play.
Following Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League exit, Carlo Ancelotti says the club has the support of president Florentino Perez.
Manchester United has denied reports that a deal is in place between its goalkeeper and Real Madrid, but there is cause for concern for Red Devils supporters, Goal UK reports.
Manchester United will listen to offers for the striker in the summer, with the Spanish giants showing an interest, according to Goal UK.
Exactly a year after surrendering La Liga to Atletico Madrid on home soil, Barcelona can win it back in the Spanish capital this weekend.
Louis van Gaal and his staff are busy preparing for next season, with or without in-demand Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
Javier Hernandez could be playing alongside Kaka in the MLS next season, if Orlando City gets its wish.
Friday, May 15, 2015
The ex-Liverpool defender has lashed out at the Portuguese star for publicly berating the winger, thus turning the fans against the Welshman.
Madrid heads to Espanyol with slim hopes of winning La Liga and coach Carlo Ancelotti needs a victory as pressure mounts on his position.