Kroos Ruled Out With Groin Injury

Toni Kroos will face a spell on the sideline after Real Madrid confirmed he suffered a grade two abductor tear and will miss a series of games. The German international will join a long list of players currently nursing an injury in the treatment table. Kroos was substituted 10 minutes from time

Solari Questions VAR System Following Surprise Home Loss

Real Madrid gaffer, Santiago Solari was left fuming and questioning the essence of Video technology (VAR) after his side was not awarded in what looked like a penalty during their surprise 2-0 home defeat to Real Sociedad. With Real trailing 1-0 in the second half, teenage Brazilian Vinicius Jr. fell over

Ronaldo told teammates he is leaving Real Madrid

T​he post-Champions League final comments from Cristiano Ronaldo surprised many Real Madrid fans, including club president Florentino Perez, but the forward's teammates already knew of his desire to leave, according to Marca In the weeks building up to the final in Kiev, he'd let his colleagues know of his wish to

Barcelona’s second fiasco of the season

T​hey only had one more away day to get through before the first unbeaten season in a 20-team LaLiga was virtually theirs and yet Barcelona produced a very untimely poor performance at Levante on Sunday. With their total streak up to 43 games without defeat, this trip east was a dangerous

Real Madrid have a score to settle with Sevilla

T​he domestic season may be effectively over for Real Madrid but there are plenty of outstanding accounts to consider when they travel to Sevilla on Wednesday night. Last season brought about two trips to Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in quick succession for Los Blancos, the first of which saw them snatch

Sergi Roberto banned four games

Barcelona defender Sergi Roberto has been banned four games by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) after he was sent off for striking Real Madrid's Marcelo during El Clasico on Sunday. Roberto will miss Barca's final three La Liga games -- Wednesday's clash with Villarreal at the Camp Nou, as well

Barca hang on to unbeaten record

Villarreal, Levante and Real Sociedad. They're the only three teams that can stop Barcelona from finishing the La Liga season unbeaten after Ernesto Valverde's side survived almost 50 minutes with 10 men to draw 2-2 with Real Madrid in an enthralling Clasico at Camp Nou on Sunday. Fresh from sealing the

Camp Nou Clasicos have been even since the 5-0 of 2010

The 5-0 home victory that Pep Guardiola 's Barcelona side achieved against Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid on November 29, 2010, was one of the sweetest nights in the Blaugrana's history, but Los Blancos have competed well in all of the Claiscos held at the Camp Nou since then. There have been