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  • Suarez and Messi deliver Barca's derby delight

    Luis Suarez celebrates his bumper new five-year Barcelona deal in style with a double as the champions defeated Espanyol 4-1 in the Catalan derby to move to within three points of La Liga leaders Real Madrid.

  • Zidane 'very proud' of Real Madrid

    Zinedine Zidane says he was not disappointed with his Real Madrid team despite having to come from behind to earn a laboured draw away to Real Betis on Sunday.

  • Copa del Rey: Barca ease into quarterfinals

    Munir El Haddadi score both goals as Barcelona beat Espanyol 2-0 on Wednesday to ease into the Copa del Rey's quarterfinals with a 6-1 victory on aggregate.

  • Dani Alves threatened with legal action

    The Spanish Sports Press Association "demands a public retraction" of the statement made by Barcelona player Dani Alves where he branded the Spanish press as "f****** rubbish" on social media.

  • ‘Stamp on Messi wasn't deliberate’

    Espanyol goalkeeper Pau Lopez insists he did not deliberately attempt to injure Lionel Messi during his side's defeat to Barcelona.

  • Messi nets stunner as Barca win

    Barcelona open up a comfortable lead in their Copa del Rey last-16 clash with Espanyol after winning the first leg 4-1 at Camp Nou.

  • [WATCH] Messi makes a fool of Mascherano

    Javier Mascherano has won 16 major trophies in his career, but he still couldn't avoid being nutmegged by Lionel Messi during training in an open session.

  • Battered Barca eye return to top

    Pressure on Neymar and Suarez grow with each match as Barcelona look to regain momentum and head the La Liga without Messi in their ranks.

  • I can play until 40 for Madrid: Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo says he still dreams of finishing his career at Real Madrid and can see himself playing until he is 40.

  • If Spain splits, Barca would leave La Liga

    LFP president Javier Tebas has said that Barcelona and Espanyol would be unable to play in La Liga if Catalunya becomes independent from Spain.

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