Why it's game over for Real Madrid's title race dreams (0:50)
Ancelotti: Real Madrid sad and hurt after El Clasico loss (0:43)
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Xavi: LaLiga is Barca's to lose after Clasico win

Xavi Hernandez said LaLiga is Barcelona's to lose after they beat Real Madrid 2-1 at Camp Nou on Sunday to move 12 points clear at the summit.

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Real Madrid's title hopes all but over - Courtois

Thibaut Courtois admitted that Real Madrid's chances of winning LaLiga have all but disappeared after Barcelona's 2-1 El Clasico victory on Sunday.

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Xavi: Ref case won't destabilise Barca in Clasico

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez said the referee corruption scandal will not destabilise the club as they prepare to face Real Madrid on Sunday.

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Pressing questions that will determine Sunday's Clasico

With Sunday's Clasico having major implications on the LaLiga title race, ESPN's Spain correspondents detail where Barca-Madrid will be won or lost.

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Ancelotti backs Madrid to win trophy this season

Carlo Ancelotti has said he is "convinced" that Real Madrid will win a major trophy this season, before the club take a decision on his future.

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Modric and Kroos are Real Madrid's ageless wonders

Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are in their 30s and pending free agents. Real Madrid should phase them out, right? Not with the way they're playing.