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Ronaldo beats Cristiano Ronaldo in modern era's most vital scorers

The guys answer your tweets about Wales, Cristiano Ronaldo's legacy and Stevie's hopes for Scotland.

It is around the late stages of a tournament when you hear the football truisms: "It doesn't matter how you got there," "The results don't record performance." What matters -- the only thing that matters -- is that you pick up the trophy at the end, or so the argument goes. But there is one tournament award in which this argument isn't so straight forward: the Golden Boot.

At the 1994 World Cup, for example, both Hristo Stoichkov and Oleg Salenko won the Golden Boot. But did their six strikes apiece...

 By PA Sport

FIFA to test fourth substitute at Olympics, Club World Cup

Barcelona celebrate as captain Andres Iniesta lifts the trophy following their 3-0 FIFA Club World Cup Final win against River Plate at the International Stadium Yokohama on December 20, 2015 in Japan. (Shaun Botterill - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
FIFA will test the use of an additional fourth substitute in extra-time at the Club World Cup, which Barcelona won last year.

An additional fourth substitute will be allowed in extra-time in matches played at this summer's Rio Olympics and at the Club World Cup later in the year.

The game's law-making body the International Football Association Board (IFAB) approved trials of an extra substitute when games go into an additional half-hour, and the executive committee of football's world governing body has now announced plans to introduce it into a number of its competitions.

A FIFA statement read: "Following the recent...

River Plate apologise for Lionel Messi fan-spitting incident

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down FC Barcelona's 3-0 FIFA Club World Cup victory over River Plate.

River Plate have officially apologised to Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, who was apparently spat at by River fans after guiding his side to their Club World Cup final victory in Yokohama.

Messi returned from a kidney problem to score the opening goal in the 3-0 win, with Luis Suarez adding two more, as Barca lifted a fifth trophy of the 2015 calendar year.

The Argentina captain was reportedly then spat at and insulted by some River fans who he encountered at Tokyo's Narita airport, as the...

 By PA Sport

Lionel Messi airport row condemned by River Plate president

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down FC Barcelona's 3-0 FIFA Club World Cup victory over River Plate.

River Plate president Rodolfo D'Onofrio has condemned the actions of supporters who allegedly abused Barcelona forward Lionel Messi at the airport following Sunday's FIFA Club World Cup final in Japan.

According to media reports, Messi was spat at and insulted by some River fans as the Barcelona squad prepared to fly home following their 3-0 victory over the Argentinian side.

Messi, the Argentina captain, scored the opening goal in the match as Barca lifted their third Club World Cup crown.

 By Sam Kelly

River Plate, Marcelo Gallardo face rebuild after Club World Cup final loss

FC Barcelona claimed the FIFA Club World Cup in convincing fashion with a goal from Lionel Messi and a brace from Luis Suarez.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down FC Barcelona's 3-0 FIFA Club World Cup victory over River Plate.

The result was the one we all expected in the end, but increasingly the intrigue around the Club World Cup final is less about who will end up lifting the trophy and more about how the non-European side will approach the occasion. River Plate battled in the first half and kept their chins up even when 3-0 down late on in the second but didn't have any reply to Barcelona's brilliance in Yokohama.

"We've got to recognise that we came up against the best team around," River manager Marcelo Gallardo...