Did Ramos Have A Dig At Pique After Real Draw?

Cristiano Ronaldo may have lost some speed on account of age but he has not lost the ability to be a headliner.

However, Ronaldo pulled a late penalty and a thumping header in the space of three minutes to rescue a valuable point for the capital club.

"The only thing I'm going to say is it's not true".

Isco gave Real an eighth-minute lead before Tana levelled with a firm shot.

"I wish him is all the best from Thursday, and hope that he regains his form because he is a great player". Gareth Bale did his part to make sure they stayed there, picking up his first red card since joining Madrid and his first sending off since 2008 when he saw red against Stoke while playing for us in the Premier League.

The 24-year-old forward feels he has been unfairly treated by the Real Madrid manager and there is speculation that he could angle for a move away from the club in the summer.

First the Welshman kicked out at Viera and then shoved him in the chest in front of the match official. As a result, the visitors will be distraught that they were unable to hold on.

"The referees try to be fair and sometimes they'll benefit you and sometimes they'll hurt you", Ramos said. Viera stepped up confidently, and while Navas got a hand to the effort, it was too pure a strike. All three players scored one goal each.

Suarez restored Barca's two-goal lead by ruthlessly volleying home and the Uruguayan was taken off at halftime, replaced by Paco Alcacer who got the fourth goal early in the second half following a layoff from Messi.

"I have a special squad in this sense, they want to do things in the right way". Ronaldo made the score by the penalty.

Suspended Ghana global Kevin-Prince Boateng's impressive finish against Madrid means he has scored 7 goals for the Las Palmas this season.

What now for the title race?

Barcelona climbed one point above their arch rivals following their 6-1 thrashing of Sporting Gijon and Real were unable to regain top spot after battling to a 3-3 draw later on Wednesday. Zidane has favoured Karim Benzema for the big matches this season but the Spanish worldwide is looking to establish himself as a regular starter at club level, leading to speculation that clubs such as Arsenal could make a summer move for him.

  • Julie Sanders