With just two rounds of matches to go in the Spanish league, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid all are in the fray to be crowned the champions when the last rounds of games are played on Sunday, 15th May.
Cristiano Ronaldo is among the most lethal forwards in the history of the sport. Once a wasteful winger at United, Ronaldo has been consistently outscoring all the players in the world for quite some time now.
Real Madrid’s 2 – 2 draw against Valencia at the Santiago Bernabeu has allowed Barcelona to go four points clear at the top of the La Liga table. The Catalan giants are now on their way to yet another historic treble.
Probably the one league which has had the most exciting season out of all the top leagues, many things are still up for grabs in this La Liga season. Here are our winners and losers from Spain in the 2014-2015 season.
Including the midweek Champions League games, Real Madrid have not registered a win in three successive games. The European champions have set such high standards for themselves that the fans start worrying.
Nothing like a lot of testosterone and a fiery temper to get you banned from a couple soccer matches, but Cristiano Ronaldo definitely fell into that and really went to down striking a Cordoba defender in the face.
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