2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
9-4-2, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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Zidane full of appreciation for Liverpool's Salah (0:43)
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Gremio manager: I was a better player than Ronaldo (0:56)
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18hESPN staff

Zidane hints at interest in Liverpool's Salah

Quotes attributed to Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane suggest Mohamed Salah could one day move to the Spanish capital. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Zidane: Benzema is a different player (1:25)
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22hRob Train

Real Madrid can't afford to look past Gremio

Trailing Barcelona by eight points ahead of next week's key Clasico, Real Madrid's immediate focus needs to be Gremio and the Club World Cup.

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The Sweeper: Pogba's eye-catching hairstyle (1:16)
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1dDermot Corrigan

Zidane: Club World Cup final will be '50/50'

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says Saturday's Club World Cup final against Gremio in Abu Dhabi is a 50/50 game.

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Shaka's Power Rankings: Unbeaten City remain top (1:33)
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1dAdriana Garcia

James not thinking about Madrid return

Colombia international James Rodriguez is not looking too far ahead and says he is just happy to be receiving regular playing time at Bayern Munich.

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1dDermot Corrigan

Ronaldo 'proud' of recent achievements

Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken of his "pride" in recent individual achievements, including a fifth career Ballon d'Or trophy.

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Extra Time: Coming to Man United's defence, Real Madrid in trouble vs. Gremio? (8:21)
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2dShaka Hislop

Man City stay top, Real Madrid return

Is there any stopping the top team in England? They stay at No. 1, while below them, their local rivals slip and two Portuguese sides are on the up.

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Real Madrid's Zidane unimpressed by VAR delays (0:37)
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2dChris Wright

Ronaldo annoyed by Messi chants

Cristiano Ronaldo was a frustrated figure in the Club World Cup semifinals, with chants of "Messi, Messi, Messi!" hardly helping his cause.

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2dDermot Corrigan

Bale rescue act gives Madrid man hope

Gareth Bale took his first steps on the road to redemption with his Club World Cup rescue act but can the Real Madrid star fully turn his doubters?

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2dDermot Corrigan

Al-Jazira made Madrid 'suffer' - Modric

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric says his team's inability to convert their chances was the reason why they "suffered" against Al-Jazira.

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2dDermot Corrigan

Alonso: Mou's sides control, don't dominate

Ex-Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso has explained how Jose Mourinho's teams can be "in control" of games without dominating possession.

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3dRob Train

Zidane to blame for lacklustre Real ratings

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale save Real Madrid from an embarrassing defeat to Al-Jazira at the Club World Cup semifinals.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Zidane can't explain Real Madrid struggles

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane hailed his side's patience and refused to criticise his misfiring forwards after they struggled past Al Jazira 2-1.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Bale hails winner vs. Al Jazira, slams VAR

Real Madrid galactico Gareth Bale said it was "great" to score a dramatic late winner in Wednesday's 2-1 Club World Cup semifinal win vs Al Jazira.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Ronaldo, Bale score as Real reach CWC final

Real Madrid reached their third Club World Cup final in the past four years with a 2-1 victory over Al Jazira on Wednesday.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Real's Ronaldo breaks CWC scoring record

Cristiano Ronaldo became the leading goalscorer in Club World Cup history, thanks to his equalising strike in Wednesday's semifinal vs. Al Jazira.

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Al-Jazira coach: Messi, Ronaldo like two Rolls Royces (0:27)

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference193rd
Goals Scored303rd
Assists16Tied-7th
Goals Conceded113rd