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The first El Clasico of the 2016-17 season ended in a 1-1 stalemate when a late Sergio Ramos goal helped Real Madrid share the honors after Luis Suarez fired the hosts into lead. The point helped Real maintain their six-point advantage at the top over their fierce rivals and keeps them unbeaten this season. For Barcelona, it’s a case of another missed chance to close the gap.

Real Madrid enjoyed a better start

Real started the game on the front foot and were the better side in the first-half. Barcelona looked tentative and their midfield in the absence of Andreas Iniesta looked very ordinary. Luka Modric ran the show from the midfield for Madrid and was at the centre of all their attacks.

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 12:30

LA LIGA - Season 2016 - 2017 - Week 14 - Review

It was a great weekend for Real Madrid as they consolidated their lead at the top of the Spanish La Liga standings as their nearest competitors faltered. El Clasico ended in a draw leaving Madrid as the real winners while Sevilla and Atletico Madrid too dropped points gifting them a huge advantage. We look back at matchday 14 action.

Barcelona 1 – 1 Real Madrid

It was a cagey affair at the Nou Camp – a tale of two halves. First half was completely dominated by Real Madrid but remained goal less at the break. Second half started with Barcelona dominating the play and taking the lead through Louis Suarez. It looked to end that way until Sergio Ramos headed late in the half to earn the spoils. It was a well-deserved point for Madrid as they continue to hold their six pojnt advantage over Barcelona at the top of the standings. For the Catalans, it was a game of missed chances – one they may end up ruing at the end of the season.

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 08:25

LA LIGA - Season 2016 - 2017 - Week 13 - Review

Real Madrid increased their lead at the top of Spanish La Liga to six points while Barcelona continued to struggle. Sevilla showed once again that they are serious contenders to gatecrash the top three while Atletico Madrid are trying hard to stay relevant. We look back at some of the action from Spain.

Real Madrid 2 – 1 Sporting Gijon

Real Madrid rode on a brilliant brace from Cristiano Ronaldo but the hosts needed some luck to overcome the gritty visitors. Ronaldo opened the scoring from a penalty and then doubled the lead. Carlos Carmona pulled one back for Sporting who had a golden chance to level things late in the second half. But Duje Cop missed a penalty with 13 minutes left in the game and Madrid had a narrow escape. The win boosts the morale of Zinedine Zidane’s men who now will get into El Clasico next week with a six-point advantage.

Chelsea versus Tottenham hotspur

There is something about Chelsea and Antonio Conte this season. After a tough initiation and a change of formation to back-three, the Blues have gone from strength to strength. And this weekend they added another scalp to return to the top of the table. The 2-1 win for Chelsea is the first loss this season for Tottenham although it also meant a first goal conceded by the Blues after 601 minutes.

Remarkable turnaround!

Is Saturday was all about last-gasp goals and tight encounters, Sunday action in English Premier League gave a glimpse of close matches. We look back at what happened on Sunday.

Watford 0 – 1 Stoke City

For all they say about Watford, they always punch above their weight. Before this round, they were trailing Manchester United – obviously a team of huge financial resources – by just one point. But their good form didn’t help them as a Heurelho Gomes’ error gifted an away victory for Stoke City. The Potters have been in such bad form that this is nothing short of an early Christmas present for them. For the Hornets, it’s a missed chance at putting a genuine claim for the top-six.

Thursday, 01 December 2016 18:44

EPL Season 2016 - 2017 - Week XIII Review

English Premier League had a wonderful weekend after all games witnessed at least one goal. We look back at the action in two posts, covering Saturday and Sunday.

Burnley 1 – 2 Manchester City

Manchester City once again showed that they can win dirty by scoring a vital win against Burnley. The hosts took a shocking lead early on but couldn’t hold on to it after the Citizens went relentless with their pressure. Sergio Aguero scored a brace for the visitors helping them score back-to-back Premier League victories for the first time since September.