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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Atletico 16 3 4 51
3 Real Madrid 15 5 3 50
4 Villarreal 13 6 4 45
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Cristiano Ronaldo: 2022 World Cup could be my last for Portugal

Marca's annual awards ceremony in Madrid saw Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos and Carlo Ancelotti receiving accolades.

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo says that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is likely to be his last international tournament.

Ronaldo's long term future at Real Madrid has been brought into question in recent days, after he turned 31 last Friday, and then put in a poor performance in Madrid's narrow 2-1 La Liga win at Granada on Sunday evening.

The player himself fuelled talk of a move on Monday when picking up the 2014-15 Pichichi top scorer award, telling Marca that he planned to see out the remaining...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Questions over Cristiano Ronaldo's form are 'an insult' - Aritz Aduriz

The ESPN FC crew discuss what's been causing Cristiano Ronaldo to under-perform against the big and small teams.

Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz has defended his Real Madrid counterpart Cristiano Ronaldo, saying that questions over the Portuguese star's form are "an insult."

The three-time Ballon d'Or winner has scored 30 goals in 29 games in all competitions this season but doubts over his performances continue to surface.

Ronaldo has failed to find the net in four of his last six La Liga matches, but Aduriz contends that the Real Madrid man's statistics -- along Barcelona's Leo Messi -- still stand up.

"Can...

 By Rob Train

Marcelo's injury exposes Zinedine Zidane's lack of left-back options

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Real Madrid was fortunate to take the lead in an even game at Granada Sunday.

Luka Modric rightly took the plaudits after Real Madrid's battling 2-1 win over a Granada side that, on the evidence of Sunday's performance, should be a lot further from the bottom of the Liga pile than they are.

The Croatian has evolved at the Bernabeu to the extent that his should be -- if it isn't already -- the first name on the team-sheet. That Zinedine Zidane celebrated Modric's goal with gusto is no surprise.

Victories for Barcelona and Atletico meant the pressure was on to dig out a result...