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Real Madrid face Liverpool in the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev on May 26 aiming to win the trophy for the third successive year. The La Liga club beat Bayern Munich in the last four to advance to the final, while Liverpool defeated Roma to book their spot.

The Reds are chasing a sixth success in Europe's top club competition, but Madrid are likely to provide a stiff test in the final.

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The Argentine media has heaped praise on star footballer Lionel Messi for his match winning performance for FC Barcelona in the 'El Clasico' against bitter rivals Real Madrid.

The Argentine star scored two goals, including a sublime curling strike in the last minute of the second half added time as Barcelona clinched a thrilling 3-2 win at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid on Sunday night.

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Reigning champions FC Barcelona will be under pressure to limit the gap at the top of the standings with leaders and traditional rivals Real Madrid in La Liga's showpiece derby football match, the "El Clasico", on Saturday. The game is without doubt the main course of 14th round of matches of the competition.

Although it comes at a relatively early stage of the season, the high-voltage match at Barcelona's home ground, the Camp Nou stadium, could potentially decide this season's title winners, given that Madrid already enjoy a six-point lead from Barcelona. A win would lift them nine clear. Madrid are on top with 33 points from 13 matches, ahead of second-placed Barcelona's 27.

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Tottenham Hotspur ManagerĀ Mauricio Pochettino has declared that there is absolutely no chance of his superstar striker Harry Kane moving to Real Madrid anytime in the near future.

Pochettino was unsurprisingly questioned about the 22 year old England international's future after stories emerged in the press this week linking the hitman with a move to the Spanish giants, and the Argentine was very clear in his assessment of the situation.

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David de Gea's proposed move to Real Madrid from Manchester United may have collapsed late last night with the paperwork not having been completed in time for the transfer deadline, but it is believed that both clubs will make a last ditch attempt to try and seal the transfer later today.

Real Madrid are set to meet FIFA officials on Tuesday morning and present to them their reasons for why they believe the transfer should still be allowed to happen. They will also meet La Liga officials and request for an extension.

On paper, it is unlikely that Real will succeed in their attempt with their being no precedent for a transfer to be completed after hours and La Liga unlikely to want to set one in this case.

United meanwhile are believed to be a little more relaxed about the situation as they have till 6pm GMT on Tuesday to wrap up Keylor Navas' switch if Real do get the go ahead. Navas' transfer though will probably not happen if the De Gea deal doesn't go through with Madrid not likely to allow the Costa Rican goalkeeper to move without a replacement in place.

What this all means is that the clubs can now reboot their attempts to seal the transfer on 1st January 2016, however, should that be the case Real will surely look to negotiate a lower transfer fee considering the amount of time left on De Gea's contract and there is every chance that the Spanish giants may even decide not to make a move for the young keeper till next summer when they can sign him on a free transfer - especially should both keepers feature in the group stages of the Champions League and become Cup Tied for the rest of the competition.

Meanwhile it will be interesting to see if De Gea is restored to first choice keeper at United after the international break, assuming there are no surprises in store tomorrow.

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Former Liverpool and Chelsea Manager Rafa Benitez enjoyed a good home debut as the man in the Real Madrid hot seat as Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez each picked up a brace as Los Blancos thrashed Real Betis 5-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Bale opened the scoring for Real in the 2nd minute heading home a Rodriguez cross, and was also the last man to get on the scoresheet with gorgeous strike from distance in the 89th minute.

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Former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen proved to be the match-winner as Barcelona struggled past Malaga to register their second win in as many games in La Liga this season.

Barcelona played some decent football with ex-Liverpool superstar Luis Suarez unfortunate to be denied a penalty in the first half, while Malaga goalkeeperĀ Carlos Kameni was in outstanding form in the game to repeatedly deny Lionel Messi as the Catalan giants created chances galore at the Camp Nou.

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