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 By Sid Lowe
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Telmo Zarra was La Liga's undisputed goal king -- until now

The station master at Asua station in the province of Vizcaya, northern Spain, was handing out tickets when he heard the fireworks go off. He looked up from his desk and asked, "What was that?" Was there some kind of local fiesta going on? No, he was told, Spain had just scored against England at the World Cup, thousands of miles away in Brazil. And the man who scored the goal was his son. "Ah, Telmo," the station master said and carried on what he was doing. Or so it goes. It was July 2, 1950.

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6 minutes ago

Redknapp lacks a winning plan for QPR

Newcastle picked up their fifth straight win with a 1-nil victory over QPR.

Fortune favours the brave.

And against Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City, QPR probably did not get their fair share of fortune for the courage they showed with only one point from those three matches. Because it takes great courage to defend against big sides, to dare to concede possession and maintain your tactical discipline and focus for 90 minutes.

But in the 1-0 defeat against Newcastle -- a team undoubtedly enjoying an upturn in form but still short of defensive qualities -- Rangers...

 By Lee Roden
14 minutes ago

La Liga record-breaking Lionel Messi is a one-off

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti doesn't think Lionel Messi will be leaving Barcelona any time soon.

The fact that we are still celebrating Lionel Messi is a testament to his brilliance. With Cristiano Ronaldo playing like someone entered a cheat code into their PlayStation, Neymar producing the kind of early season form that tempts comparisons with Ronaldinho, and Luis Suarez arriving on the scene to disrupt the party, there is enough going on in Spain without referring to the Argentine. Yet here we are, eulogising the little man once more. He refuses to go away.

Of course he broke La Liga's all-time...

29 minutes ago

Player Ratings: Magical Messi nets a hat-trick to break La Liga record

Majestic Lionel Messi scored three times in Barcelona's 5-1 win over Sevilla to become La Liga's leading scorer of all time.

Barcelona needed to put on a big show for their fans after recent disappointments and they managed just that in a 5-1 win over Sevilla on Saturday in which Lionel Messi hit a stunning hat-trick to beat Telmo Zarra's all-time record of La Liga goals.

The Argentine forgot any press speculation that he may not be happy at Camp Nou and now has 253 goals at the age of just 27 to make him the top all time scorer in both Spain and the Champions League.

Coach Luis Enrique made six changes to the side that...

 By Rob Train
43 minutes ago

Player Ratings: Kroos sets table for Real romp in Eibar

Real Madrid were rarely threatened in their first ever league visit to Eibar's quaint Ipurua Stadium.
Real Madrid were rarely threatened in their first ever league visit to Eibar's quaint Ipurua Stadium.

Eibar had waited 74 years for the chance to host Real Madrid and while the eventual 4-0 outcome was rarely in doubt, the side with the smallest budget in La Liga -- roughly equivalent to a year's wages for Cristiano Ronaldo -- once again proved that they have sufficient mettle to expect a second season in the top flight.

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Going toe-to-toe with Real Madrid was admirable, and true to the ethos that Gaizka Garitano has instilled at Eibar. But the gulf in class proved too much for the home side,...

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Let's get carried away: Newcastle for the Champions League? Why not?

Moussa Sissoko scored the only goal as Newcastle beat QPR to continue their fine run of form.

The Newcastle faithful sing a song, "The Geordies of NUFC" in which they claim not to care whether their team lose as they'll be eternally loyal regardless. In reality we all care and defeats (there have been far too many of them in 2014) can ruin a whole week if not more.

But when Newcastle are winning the mood across the city is vibrant. There's a buzz in the air and after five consecutive wins that warm feeling was evident in the build up to their 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers at St James'...