Sunday 23 November 2014

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The Scot kicked off his time at the Basque club with a forgettable stalemate, but got a crash course in Spanish football as he was forced to tell his opposite number to calm down

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The Barcelona star finally surpassed Telmo Zarra's tally for goals in La Liga on Saturday in the 5-1 thrashing of Sevilla at Camp Nou

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The veteran midfielder says his team-mate fully deserves to have broken La Liga's all-time scoring record, while Sevilla's Vitolo claimed the Argentine "comes from another planet"

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The champions ultimately cruised to a comfortable victory on Saturday but their head coach was less than impressed by their performance in the first half

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Goal took in the action at Camp Nou, where Lionel Messi's record-breaking hat trick sent the hosts to victory and to within two points of the top of the table

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The Argentina international equalled Telmo Zarra's previous tally of 251 goals with a sublime free kick before then adding two more to set a new mark

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The 29-year-old scored twice to write a new piece of history in Spanish football, while goals from James Rodriguez and Karim Benzema completed the scoring

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Luis Enrique will be glad to focus on matters on the pitch following a week in which the future of Lionel Messi was cast into doubt

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The forward has now scored against every single side he has ever faced in the division after finding the back of the net yet again on Saturday evening

Saturday 22 November 2014

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The league leaders are in free scoring form and will be looking to record a big win over the side who have conceded more than anyone else in the top 11

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The hosts extend their league unbeaten streak at the Vicente Calderon to 26 games and, in the process, end the Albicelestes five match winning run

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Only two points separate the two sides and the visitors will feel very confident of getting three points as they enter the game having won each of their last five matches

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The former Ukraine star believes the Spaniard can get back to his best and maintains that AC Milan and Inter can both get back to the top of Italian and European football

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COMMENT: The Barcelona forward caused controversy this week as he hinted he may leave Camp Nou at some stage in the near future. Goal looks at the Argentine's possible suitors