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Defiant Bale down but not out at Real Madrid

Two seasons on he remains but Madrid face PSG again at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday, with the Welshman's future still in doubt

Solari pledges to continue after Madrid dumped out by Ajax

In seven days, Madrid have been knocked out of the Copa del Rey, La Liga's title race and now the last 16 of the Champions League

Messi scores 400th La Liga goal, sends Barca five points clear

The victory saw Valverde's side restore their advantage over Atletico Madrid

Midway, and it’s an unpredictable conclusion

We’ll learn in 2019 which Premier League team best overcame their imperfections

Modric tipped to end Ronaldo and Messi era of Ballon d’Or

Ronaldo and Messi have dominated the award for the last decade, claiming it five times each, but the expectation is that a new name will be read out

England turn to next generation to get creative against Croatia

Gareth Southgate has gone even younger in his search for the midfield maestro he believes England has lacked since the days of Paul Gascoigne

Modric ends Ronaldo-Messi era to be crowned world’s best

The Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder starred for both club and country as Madrid won a third straight Champions League

France and Croatia seek World Cup glory

It is a final few people anticipated when football's global showpiece kicked off four weeks ago

Old England is just so yesterday

The worldly Instagram generation of players are everything that the Brexiteers are not

Liverpool has two sent off in thrashing at Spurs

Liverpool had two players sent off in a 4-0 trouncing at Tottenham Hotspur as their early season optimism evaporated in a woeful performance.

Spurs wake up to draw against Pirates

Orlando Pirates have played a 1-1 draw with a much-improved Tottenham Hotspur side in the second Vodacom Challenge match.

‘My dear, a penis and a mountain’

A British opera singer who sang Croatia's national anthem before their crucial football victory over England blundered by accidentally singing about his manhood, British media reported on Friday. Tony Henry's explicit rendition was delivered before about 90 000 fans at London's Wembley Stadium.

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