Daily News Summary: Ronaldo double helps seal Real win; West Brom dump Liverpool out

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Valencia 1-4 Real Madrid: Ronaldo breaks La Liga penalty record to ease Real’s pressure

Game is over and the final score is Valencia 1-4 Real Madrid. Here is the match report.

PSG 4-0 Montpellier: Cavani becomes club’s all-time record goalscorer as Neymar scores too

Edinson Cavani scores his 157th goal for Paris Saint-Germain to surpass Zlatan Ibrabimovic and become the club’s all-time record goalscorer in a game which they rout Montpellier 4-0 as Neymar scores a double too.

Liverpool 2-3 West Brom: Jurgen’s flops OUT of FA Cup as VAR controversy continues

Game is over and the final score is Liverpool 2-3 West Bromwich. Here is the match report.


Enrique in line for Chelsea job as Conte’s position continues to be in doubt (Daily Mail

Luis Enrique is in pole position for the Chelsea job when, as is expected, Antonio Conte leaves at the end of the season.

Arsenal given boost in Aubameyang pursuit

Arsenal target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s relationship with Borussia Dortmund may have reached breaking point, according to reports in Germany.


Penaldo? Ronaldo brings up century of penalty goals

The Real Madrid superstar scored two first-half penalties against Valencia, thus bringing up his 100th and 101st spot-kick strikes

Martial has shown he should not be sacrificed for Sanchez

In his first interview as a Manchester United player, Alexis Sanchez was asked for his favourite position.

Cristiano surprises Marcelo after Brazilian scores for Real Madrid

Following the third goal for Los Blancos, scored by their left back, a team celebration ensued and rather than a hug, Ronaldo gave Marcelo another gesture to remember.

Cristiano Ronaldo contemplated his celebration for several seconds

After scoring his first penalty against Valencia, Cristiano Ronaldo contemplated his celebration for several seconds before returning to his traditional move.


Lionel Messi says he would rather win Barcelona titles than beat Cristiano Ronaldo

Lionel Messi insists that collective honours with Barcelona mean more to him than personal accolades as the Argentine dismisses talk of a sixth Ballon D’Or award.

Real Madrid, Man Utd or PSG? Cristiano Ronaldo reveals where he sees his future

The Portuguese superstar has sparked further transfer talk of late, but the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has sought to bring an end to the rumours

‘Messi natural, Ronaldo built in a gym’ – Tevez says Barca star plays ‘another sport’

The Boca Juniors striker considers his fellow Argentine to be a remarkable talent, with the extraordinary made to look normal by God-given ability

Sanchez’s £600k-a-week deal is ‘cheap’, insists new boss Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has hailed £600-000-a-week Alexis Sanchez as cheap, arguing that the deal is effectively a free transfer.

Messi: Barcelona more balanced without Neymar

With Barcelona enjoying an almost perfect campaign to this point, Lionel Messi has sensationally claimed that the current Los Cules team are more balanced without Neymar.

‘Neymar to Real Madrid is possible’ – Robinho sees fellow Brazilian back in Spain

The PSG forward is being heavily linked with a big-money move to the Bernabeu, and a former Blancos star admits a deal could be done


Buffon, Schmeichel or Yashin? Top 10 goalkeepers of all time

With Gianluigi Buffon turning 40 today, Goal takes a look at where the Italian icon ranks among the best ever, in terms of longevity and legacy

Philippe Coutinho’s relationship with the Barcelona dressing room

Philippe Coutinho is the most expensive player in the history of FC Barcelona. He cost 160 million euros. A number which could have affected his mentality coming in to his new dressing room. However Coutinho is made of something else, as far as we can tell from his first days with his new team-mates.


Real Madrid’s Benzema angry after being substituted by Zidane

The French striker was taken off in the 78th minute for Marco Asensio and he was quick to show his feelings as soon as he took his place on the bench.


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