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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Barcelona 4 0 0 12
2 Real Madrid 3 1 0 10
3 Celta Vigo 2 1 1 7
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Real Madrid's Mariano Diaz feels 'enormous responsibility' of No. 7 shirt

With a goal for Real Madrid in every competitive game, the FC crew examine what's led to Gareth Bale's sublime start to the season.

Mariano Diaz said he was honoured to be handed the No. 7 shirt by Real Madrid upon his return and hopes he will continue to play well enough to earn a call-up by Spain.

Mariano, 25, returned to Madrid in late August after one season at Lyon and he was given the shirt most recently worn by Cristiano Ronaldo, who left for Juventus earlier in the summer.

He scored in added time in his first game back at Madrid, a 3-0 win over Roma in the Champions League group-stage opener on Wednesday.

"I couldn't...

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos overtakes Paul Scholes for most UCL cautions

With a goal for Real Madrid in every competitive game, the FC crew examine what's led to Gareth Bale's sublime start to the season.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos picked up a record 37th yellow card in 115 Champions League games in his team's 3-0 Group G win over Roma on Wednesday.

Ramos, 32, passes former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes as the most cautioned player in the competition and also holds the record for the most yellow cards in a single Champions League campaign, picking up five bookings in the 2010-11 and 2012-13 seasons. Scholes, a notoriously clumsy tackler in his day, never earned more than four...

Sergio Ramos on Antoine Griezmann's Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo claims: Ignorance is bold

Sergio Ramos makes fun of Antoine Griezmann's claims that he 'eats at the same table as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.'
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer make their picks for the first day of Champions League fixtures.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has laughed off Antoine Griezmann's Ballon d'Or claims after the Atletico Madrid forward compared himself to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Griezmann said he is "at the top" in football and asked whether he was dining at the same table as Messi, he said: "Yes, I think so."

Ramos hit back, and told Griezmann he needs to learn from his senior teammates and coach.

"Ignorance makes you very bold," Ramos told a news conference ahead of Real Madrid's Champions...

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale: Anger fuelled Champions League overhead kick against Liverpool

Steve Nicol says Gareth Bale's continued excellence for Wales is no surprise, but his latest display carries on his hot form for Real Madrid.
After Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema continued their goal-scoring ways in Real Madrid's La Liga win over Leganes, boss Julen Lopetegui sought to downplay individual achievements.
Lionel Messi says the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo has weakened rivals Real Madrid.

Gareth Bale has told the Daily Mail that anger at being left out of Real Madrid's starting XI for the Champions League final against Liverpool helped fuel the stunning overhead kick that set them on the path to a 3-1 victory.

Wales international Bale was sent on by then coach Zinedine Zidane with the score at 1-1 after 61 minutes, beating Liverpool keeper Loris Karius with his sensational strike three minutes later.

Asked about his feelings in the moments before the goal, he said: "Angry -- quite...