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Marcelo is Madrid's MVP, Barcelona maintain pressure and Atletico hit five

Real Madrid's Marcelo hit home a late winner against Valencia keeping the La Liga title race close as ever.
Shaka Hislop credits Barcelona for stringing together several convincing wins in a row to keep pace with Real Madrid.
Real Madrid did their part to keep pace with Barcelona with Marcelo hitting home the late winner against Valencia.
Barcelona needed some help from Espanyol's poor defensive decisions to claim three points, but ended up winning comfortably.

Three thoughts from a busy Saturday in La Liga, which saw Real Madrid leave it late, Barcelona claim derby spoils and Atletico Madrid score five.

1. Marcelo is Madrid's hero

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo again staked a claim as his side's most irreplaceable player with a late winner in a 2-1 home win against Valencia that keeps his team in control of their own fate in the title race.

Manager Zinedine Zidane restored most of his big names to the starting XI, and they were ahead at the break thanks...

 By Rob Train

Marcelo 10/10 for critical strike as Real Madrid leave it late against Valencia

Real Madrid keep the pressure on Barcelona atop La Liga with a narrow 2-1 win over Valencia.
Real Madrid keep the pressure on Barcelona atop La Liga with a narrow 2-1 win over Valencia.
Real Madrid did their part to keep pace with Barcelona with Marcelo hitting home the late winner against Valencia.
Real Madrid's Marcelo hit home a late winner against Valencia keeping the La Liga title race close as ever.

Real Madrid kept their title challenge on track with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Valencia on Saturday.

In a dramatic match, Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring with a header but missed from the penalty spot at 1-0. Dani Parejo levelled with a spectacular free kick in the 82nd minute before Marcelo secured the points late on with his first goal in the Bernabeu since October 2015.

Positives

Madrid had beaten Valencia just once in their last six attempts before Saturday and Los Che have been instrumental...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid mascot stunned to meet Los Blancos hero Sergio Ramos

It's easy to be a little star struck when you come face-to-face with your idol ... just ask this Real Madrid mascot.

The lucky girl in question was led out by Madrid icon Sergio Ramos ahead of Real's clash with Valencia in La Liga on Saturday afternoon and couldn't quite contain her excitement.

Standing wide-eyed in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldinho steals the show with three assists in Legends Clasico

Ronaldinho may be 37, but he's still got it. Playing for Barcelona Legends in a Clasico against Real Madrid, the Brazilian superstar showed off his full range of tricks.

At the Camille Chamoun Sports City in Beirut, Lebanon, Barcelona beat their rivals 3-2. But it was Ronaldinho who stole the show with three assists.

Playing alongside the likes of Gianluca Zambrotta,...

 By Ed Alvarez

Zidane picks strong squad for Real Madrid's crucial match with Valencia

Gab Marcotti suggests Real Madrid's focus on the Champions League could leave them vulnerable against Valencia.

After the painful last-second 3-2 defeat against Barcelona last weekend, Real Madrid reacted well in their quest for the La Liga title. The subsequent 6-2 thrashing of Deportivo La Coruna brought back the smiles and the good vibrations to the squad, who now need to keep performing for another five domestic matches if they want to achieve their goal.

The next match, at home against Valencia, is one of the toughest two remaining in the calendar, at least on paper. With the competitive Sevilla visiting...

 By Sid Lowe

Madrid's 'B Team' makes its case for a bigger role as Real chase the double

With Barca firmly back in the La Liga title race, the FC panel don't see how Madrid can focus on both competitions at once.

"If you have a problem... if no one else can help... and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... The A Team."

Unless your name is Zinedine Zidane, of course. In which case, you'd be better off hiring the B Team instead. That, at least, is the verdict of the man who was undone by them this week: him and many more besides.

It has become a question of state, a national debate, and there is something in it too, all the more so after Wednesday night when Real Madrid lined up in A Coruna with...