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Lucas Hernandez outstanding as Atleti midfield goes missing in loss at Bayern

Robert Lewandowski's superb free kick ended Atleti's perfect run in Group D, as both sides advance to the knockout rounds.

Atletico Madrid were denied a perfect six victories from six games in the Champions League group stage on Tuesday, as Robert Lewandowski's brilliant free kick saw Bayern Munich secure a 1-0 victory. Yannick Carrasco came close twice early on, but there was only ever one winner, with the Bavarians dominating both possession and chances.

Bayern needed a win more than Atleti, who had already secured the top spot in the group, and it told. Despite the loss, Diego Simeone's side can look forward to entering...

Lewandowski, Bayern beat Atletico; but finish second in Group D

Robert Lewandowski's superb free kick ended Atleti's perfect run in Group D, as both sides advance to the knockout rounds.
Carlo Ancelotti says Tuesday's meeting with Atletico Madrid will be important for Bayern Munich's confidence.
Manuel Neuer suggests that some players have not been giving 100% effort to Bayern Munich.

Three quick thoughts from Bayern Munich 1-0 Atletico Madrid in their Champions League Group D game.                    

1. Bayern win strange game, but Atletico still top group               

Robert Lewandowski's superb free kick gave Bayern Munich a 1-0 win on the night, but previous results meant that tonight's losers Atletico Madrid still won Group D....

Five La Liga lessons: Zidane's magic at Real, Iniesta's return perfect for Barca

Though Real Madrid and Barcelona drew in El Clasico, the play of Barca's stars draws the most criticism from the FC crew.

Argue about them, disagree with them, pin them up on your wall, take time to think about them. Treat them as you see fit. But as the halfway point of La Liga approaches, with a Madrid derby and the Clasico already played, it feels like time to pinpoint five important things we've learned about La Liga.

The Zidane effect at Real Madrid

For anyone who has to get up every working day, commute for an hour to get to the office, return home in the rain and worry about bills, it feels anathema to...

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When are 2016 Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards announced?

Real Madrid and Barcelona have always dominated the Ballon D'or, but who has won more in their history?

The Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards are now separate. Find out all the information about them below.

When are the award ceremonies?

- The Ballon d'Or award will be announced on Dec. 12, 2016 (8 p.m CET), with a progressive revelation of the list from 17.30 CET on Francefootball.fr and L'Equipe.

- The FIFA Best Men's Player award, Best Women's Player and FIFA Puskas award (for the best goal of 2016) will be presented at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Jan. 9, 2017...

Lucas Hernandez shows he is more than ready for Atletico's first team

Diego Simeone acknowledged Espanyol's 'almost perfect' defence after Atletico Madrid were held to a goalless draw at home.

Atletico Madrid head into this week's Champions League fixtures looking to make yet another piece of history under the stewardship of Diego Simeone. The club, relatively new to Europe's top table, are aiming to join an illustrious list of teams that have managed to complete a clean sweep of group stage victories. It's a feat that has been achieved only six times.

The "Grand Slam" (to borrow a phrase more familiar to rugby fans) has been done by only five clubs: AC Milan (1992-93), Paris Saint-Germain...

Modric the master for Madrid, Barca need Iniesta, Griezmann drought

Barcelona fans watching the game on the supporters club boat in London had their hearts broken by Real's late leveler.

Five thoughts from the weekend in La Liga as Sergio Ramos' late header in the Clasico at Barcelona kept Real Madrid in control of the title race, Atletico and Sevilla missed chances to make up ground, and there was a shake-up at the bottom of the table.

1. Modric the master

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos got the headlines, again, on Saturday afternoon as his latest last-gasp header equalised at the Camp Nou and maintained his side's six-point advantage over Barcelona in the La Liga table.

Man...