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Fernando Torres has returned to form at Atletico, but don't expect it to last

The ESPN FC crew answers your questions about the futures of Fernando Torres, Liverpool and Leicester City.

An hour into Atletico Madrid's must-win match against Rayo Vallecano on Saturday at the Vicente Calderon, Fernando Torres missed a golden opportunity to put the game away. Rayo's expansive, devil-may-care attacking style broke over Atletico's typically stout defending, and Antoine Griezmann took advantage by playing Torres behind the defense, where he found himself one-on-one with keeper Juan Carlos. The keeper promptly palmed Torres' relatively tame effort away.

It was the second time in a...

 By Lee Roden

Rakitic the difference if Messi, Suarez or Neymar misfire at Barcelona

Luis Enrique gave his verdict following Barcelona's win over Real Betis.

Barcelona are one win closer to the Spanish title, and for once it wasn't their front three that defined the occasion.

Instead, it was Ivan Rakitic who played the key role in the Blaugrana's 2-0 victory over Real Betis. First, in taking a great first touch then going on a surging run that provoked a foul and second yellow card from defender Heiko Westermann. Then, by ghosting behind the Betis defence and taking advantage of some miscommunication at the back to break the deadlock, finally undoing...

Lionel Messi plays role of provider in Barcelona victory at Betis

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down the current La Liga title race with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, and Real Madrid all earning crucial victories.

Barcelona kept themselves in front of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid at the top of the La Liga table with a 2-0 win over Real Betis at the Estadio Benito Villamarin on Saturday. Ivan Rakitic and Luis Suarez scored the goals for the Blaugrana in the second half after Heiko Westermann had been sent off for the hosts in the first half.

The pressure was on Luis Enrique's side after Madrid and Atletico's respective wins against Real Sociedad and Rayo Vallecano earlier on Saturday. After scoring 14...

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Lionel Messi stars but cannot cut Cristiano Ronaldo's league goals lead

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner talk Messi's performance this weekend and whether CR7 should start against City.

Each week, ESPN FC forecasts and reviews the scoring battle between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga.

Current goals total in La Liga: Ronaldo 31-25 Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo missed another game through injury but Lionel Messi was unable to reduce his six-goal deficit on the Portuguese, even though the Argentine had an inspired game.

After Ronaldo sat out Real Madrid's 1-0 win against Real Sociedad, Messi only attempted two off-target shots for Barcelona at Real Betis. Instead...

After Real Madrid and Atletico win, Barcelona do likewise to stay top

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down the current La Liga title race with Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, and Real Madrid all earning crucial victories.

After the 36th round of games in La Liga, it's "as you were" at the top following wins for Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid.

1. Bale saves Real Madrid again

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Kicking off first on Saturday, Real Madrid left it late at Real Sociedad but Gareth Bale's latest flying header brought a 1-0 win and put his side top of the La Liga table -- temporarily at least -- with 84 points.

With Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema missing, the third member of Madrid's "BBC" frontline stepped up for a second...

Antoine Griezmann saves the day to keep Atletico Madrid in title race

Antoine Griezmann came off the bench to save the day for Atletico Madrid against Rayo Vallecano.

A much-changed Atletico Madrid ensured La Liga's title race will go down to the wire with a narrow 1-0 victory over local rivals Rayo Vallecano at the Vicente Calderon on Saturday.

With the likes of Saul Niguez, Antoine Griezmann, Fernando Torres and co. on the bench with one eye on the Champions League semifinal second leg against Bayern Munich on Tuesday -- in addition to the suspended Diego Simeone watching on from the stands -- it was always going to be difficult.

Atleti were disjointed at the...