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How Messi tormented Madrid in El Clasico

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Messi's 500 Barca goals: Inside the numbers

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Real Madrid, Barcelona win heavily to maintain lock on La Liga title race

Alejandro Moreno believes Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos must balance their competitive fire and defensive responsibilities.

Five thoughts from the midweek action as Real Madrid and Barcelona both won heavily to maintain their head-to-head lock at the top of the La Liga table and things got clarified at the bottom.

1. Madrid's "second unit" dazzle again

Sunday's Clasico defeat made no difference to Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane's rotation policy, as he left Cristiano Ronaldo and Toni Kroos at home and made nine changes to his XI for Wednesday evening's potentially tricky trip to Deportivo La Coruna.

But not for the...

Mascherano nets first Barcelona goal, Messi adds two in Osasuna thrashing

Javier Mascherano scored his first Barcelona goal en route to a dominant 7-1 victory over Osasuna on Wednesday.

BARCELONA -- Javier Mascherano scored his first Barcelona goal as his team followed up their Clasico win with a 7-1 thumping of Osasuna, who are heading to the second division with a whimper. In addition to Mascherano's goal, which came from the penalty spot, there were also braces for Lionel Messi, Andre Gomes and Paco Alcacer. Osasuna's reply came through a free kick from Roberto Torres.

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Performances are out the window now. What's important is that Barcelona win all of their remaining...

Pique and Ramos cross the line, yes, but their excellence will be enshrined

Alejandro Moreno believes Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos must balance their competitive fire and defensive responsibilities.
The FC panel debate Sergio Ramos' one-match ban for his tackle on Messi, and why they think he deserves a longer ban.
With free-flowing action, style, controversy, and drama, the FC crew debate if it can be marked as the best El Clasico ever.
Sid Lowe believes Real Madrid are still in complete control to win the title despite the loss to Barcelona in El Clasico.

You never usually need many extra reasons to mention Fernando Hierro, other than the fact that he's one of the preeminent post-war footballers, deeply underrated outside his country and something of a phenomenon as a competitor.

There was a spell after his retirement when Hierro, in name a central defender but capable of playing in midfield, held Spain's all-time scoring record with 29 goals. Meaning that, while he still played for La Roja he was, in fact, their Pichichi -- the national team's top...

Barcelona's title hopes can't afford another slip-up vs. bottom Osasuna

Sid Lowe believes Real Madrid are still in complete control to win the title despite the loss to Barcelona in El Clasico.
The FC crew debate if Lionel Messi truly is the greatest footballer to ever play.
Lionel Messi stuns the Bernabeu to move Barcelona Level on points with Real Madrid atop La Liga.

As Luis Enrique sat back in his chair in the Santiago Bernabeu press room and tried to take stock of Lionel Messi's last-minute winner against Real Madrid which had just reignited the title race, few could argue with the words he uttered.

"It's been a crazy season," said the Barcelona coach.

It had been little more than six weeks after Sergi Roberto completed the biggest ever comeback in European Cup history against Paris Saint-Germain and sparked a delirious pitch invasion at Camp Nou. 

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 By Chris Wright

Messi receives Photoshop treatment after El Clasico stunner

Lionel Messi created a truly iconic image while celebrating his 500th goal for Barcelona, which just so happened to be a stoppage time winner against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu in El Clasico.

After rattling one home in the 92nd minute, Messi removed his shirt and held his name and number aloft for the Real fans behind the goal to read slowly and surely.

Of course, the resulting photo proved to be rich source material for the photoshoppers of the world, and here we've compiled some of the best...