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50-50: Liverpool vs. Real Madrid

Champions League 2 days ago
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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
2 hours ago

Three Points: Liverpool vs. Real Madrid

Real Madrid were dominant in Anfield as they march on and keep their perfect record on their quest to a Champions League title defence.

LIVERPOOL, England -- A trio of observations on Real Madrid's 3-0 win vs. Liverpool in the Champions League.

1. Holders outclass Liverpool

There was to be no famous European night at Anfield. Not, at least, for Liverpool. This time, they had to accept a sound beating from Real Madrid. Their 100 percent winning record against the 10-time European champions was dissolved by an opponent who oozed superiority in each area of the field.

Brendan Rodgers' team still have a chance of escaping Group...

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Cristiano Ronaldo's form covers Real Madrid's issues -- Steve McManaman

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe questions whether it is possible to make Cristiano Ronaldo any more determined to win than he already is.

Former Real Madrid winger Steve McManaman believes the current European champions have been weakened by the sale of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso but says the current form of Cristiano Ronaldo can offset the losses.

Di Maria was named man of the match in Los Blancos' Champions League final win vs. Atletico Madrid in May but left the Bernabeu for Manchester United in August. Alonso, meanwhile, joined Bayern Munich, and McManaman says that the signings of Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez have not covered...

14 hours ago

Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Head to head

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti continued his praise for Cristiano Ronaldo who is currently on a goal-scoring tear.

They are two of the most successful clubs in Champions League history, and while 10-time winners Real Madrid may easily beat Liverpool's five European Cups, it is the Anfield club that have dominated their meetings.

Of their three fixtures against each other, Liverpool have won every single one, and by an aggregate of 6-0. They have beaten Real by big margins and on the biggest stage, having claimed the 1981 European Cup final between the two 1-0, and then slaughtered the Spaniards 4-0 in the 2009...

 By Michael Cox
1 day ago

Liverpool and Real Madrid's midfields have evolved since their last meeting

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers addressed Mario Balotelli's goal-scoring slump and says it's only a matter of time before he starts turning them in.

Liverpool's 5-0 aggregate victory over Real Madrid in the 2008-09 Champions League was arguably the genuine highlight of Rafael Benitez's six-year reign at Anfield.

OK, it didn't involve actually winning a trophy, like in the 2005 European Cup final, but as an exhibition of pure footballing brilliance, it was unparalleled. Even the most ardent Liverpool fan recognises Liverpool were far from brilliant in 2005, but defeating Real Madrid 5-0 was truly extraordinary.

The two performances were notable...

2 days ago

Champions League 50-50 Challenge: Liverpool vs. Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Brendan Rodgers' comments on a struggling Mario Balotelli.

It's a clash of European royalty at Anfield on Wednesday as five-time winners Liverpool welcome holders and 10-time champions Real Madrid. Steven Kelly (Liverpool) and Rob Train (Real Madrid) preview the week's big clash in Europe.

So, is Cristiano Ronaldo the greatest player to have played at Anfield?

Steven Kelly: North-west England rivalry dictates that I should probably say "no" here! It's also easy to play the age card and confess that I'm old enough to remember Johan Cruyff visiting Anfield...

4 days ago

Player ratings: Stellar Isco does everything right in Levante rout

Madrid crush Levante at the Ciutat de Valencia led by a brace by none other than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Isco, center, had a sharp goal, a nice assist and also tracked back on defence well against Levante.

Real Madrid returned to La Liga action on Saturday and continued where they left off before the international break in hitting five goals and keeping a clean sheet against a side struggling at the wrong end of the division.

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Carlo Ancelotti made a host of changes, some forced and some with next week's big matches against Liverpool and Barcelona firmly in mind, but the result was never really in doubt against Levante, who have yet to score at home and have lost every match in their own backyard....