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Real Madrid

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid must be wary of avoiding another hiccup at Celta

Despite scoring the winner against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-final, the future of Real Madrid's Javier Hernandez is yet to be settled.

There was good news from Carlo Ancelotti's pre-match press conference on Saturday: Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema are on the road to recovery. The Welshman is expected to be available for the league match against Sevilla next week and Real's first-choice striker should return to action in the first leg of the Champions League tie against Juventus in Turin on May 5.

The bad news is that alongside Luka Modric, neither will make the trip to Balaidos to play Celta on Sunday. The same situation was...

Real Madrid will respect Juventus, but will be pleased with UCL draw

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner ranks the remaining Champions League sides from best to worst.

Real Madrid will wheel out the usual respectful spiel about all possible opponents in the Champions League semifinals being dangerous but Juventus were undoubtedly the draw the European champions wanted.

That is not to say Emilio Butragueno, the club's director of institutional relations, and company are wrong. Juventus are Italian champions, runaway Serie A leaders and possess a squad packed full of quality, with experience and youthful exuberance in good measure. A tough tie lies in wait but Madrid...

The night of Chicharito Hernandez

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Chicharito's movement in the box that gave Real Madrid the game-winning goal.

An attack of cramps as the night wore on in Madrid, and the stadium went wild, cheering his name. Tears followed, cried openly on the exact same bench where he had once wept in silence.

Those who believe that this is some kind of aura, magic, luck or a sign of destiny are mistaken.

Javier "El Chicharito" Hernandez knew exactly what he had to do on the day that presented itself suddenly at the Bernabeu. In the starting lineup, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, in a derby, with a place in the Champions...

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Real Madrid 'rebuff' Chelsea bid for Raphael Varane and Gareth Bale

ESPN FC's Brian McBride, Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes weigh in on the transfer rumours surrounding Yaya Toure.

The rumours are gaining steam and, in many instances, credibility. It's the sweet spot for Transfer Talk, where literally anything is possible as the summer window nears closer to opening with each passing day.

Chelsea rebuffed by Madrid

Madridistas are surely tired of Jose Mourinho. After what can mildly be described as a contentious three-year spell at Real Madrid, in which the Portuguese endured numerous public spats with the club's players and board, Mourinho probably isn't someone...

 By Andy Mitten

Chicharito's goal rewards Manchester United's on-loan man in Madrid

The ESPN FC crew assess Javier Hernandez' performance against Atletico Madrid at the Bernabeu.
Carlo Ancelotti talked on Wednesday after his Real Madrid team advanced in the Champions League after a narrow 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid.

MADRID -- Real Madrid fans spilled out of the Bernabeu on Wednesday proclaiming their latest hero. Before the match they'd been singing about Jose Mourinho -- yes, really -- Raul and Cristiano Ronaldo. After it, they howled "Chich-a-rito! Chich-a-rito!"

The Mexican had scored an 88th-minute winner, the difference between the Madrid giants over two epic struggles in which a glamorous white attacking machine went again and again into the teeth of a red defensive monster, who had spat them out undefeated...

 By Sid Lowe

Real Madrid beat Atletico Madrid in game of guts

The ESPN FC crew come to the defence of Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez following Thierry Henry's comments criticising the forward's goal celebration.

When Atletico Madrid's bus left the Santiago Bernabeu late Wednesday night, pulling out onto Calle Rafael Salgado, Diego Simeone was not on board. He departed without the players whom he had said he was proud of. For the first time since he became their manager in 2011, they will finish the season empty-handed. Knocked out of the trophy they wanted most, denied to them in the very last minute of the very last game last season, and the one that represented their only chance of success this season.

"We're...