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Varane worthy of starting role in return leg versus Atletico

Relive all the action from the first four games of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.

When the teamsheets were handed out at the Vicente Calderon an hour before Tuesday's Champions League quarterfinal clash and Raphael Varane's name was included in the starting lineup, the only answers to the questions being asked were that Pepe could not have been 100 percent match fit.

The Frenchman's place alongside Sergio Ramos at the heart of the Madrid defence was not a shock, but it did differ from the "star XI" that many had predicted. Real manager Carlo Ancelotti had his full squad injury-free...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid board at fault for sudden Fabio Coentrao predicament

Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti contends that his side were outplayed in the second half and need to up the intensity in the second leg.

UEFA's decision to appoint Milorad Mazic to referee Tuesday's Champions League clash between Atletico and Real at the Vicente Calderon has been met with heated subsequent debate. Mario Suarez invited some hot water courtesy of his post-match comments, in which the Atletico midfielder described the Serbian official as not up to the task: "The referee was very bad. It's a joke. He was not fit to keep pace with the match. It's not right to have a Serbian referee a game like this, a Champions League...

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Gareth Bale, Luke Modric injured in Real Madrid's win over Malaga

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson assesses Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Malaga as Gareth Bale left the match with an apparent injury.
Real Madrid triumphed 3-1 over Malaga at the Bernabeu courtesy of goals from Sergio Ramos, James Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Gareth Bale left Real Madrid's match against Malaga in the fourth minute on Saturday with an injury to his left calf.

Luka Modric, who has already missed three months of this season because of a thigh injury, also left the game with a knee injury in the second half.

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Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti confirmed the injuries after Real's 3-1 win at Malaga, but he downplayed their long-term significance.

The setbacks come four days before Real's Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Atletico...