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Real Madrid's 2-goal Cristiano Ronaldo: Now our focus is Sunday

19 Mai 2017

Malaga beat Barcelona 2-0 in early April and Michel said after that match: "Real Madrid will be the champions, but a Malaga man from Real Madrid has lent them a hand". "The boss has managed things very well this year. So I am happy".

The ex-Manchester United striker is the new all-time top scorer in Europe's big-five leagues - the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 - with 368 goals. "We know it will be a hard game, but we are going to try and play at 100 percent to win it".

But he was denied a hat-trick late on when he inexplicably missed a virtually open goal, with his team-mates utterly stunned that he had failed to convert one of the easiest chances of his entire career.

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Real Madrid winger Isco has described playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored a brace as they defeated Celta Vigo on Wednesday, as a joy. Greaves scored his first in the 1957-58 campaign, before netting his last goal for West Ham during the 1970-71 season.

Madrid has been dominant from the start of the season, being in front for most of the league.

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"The most hard part is still to come even though we're getting closer (to the title) every day", Zidane told reporters.

"I am happy, I am just a bit exhausted that's all", he said.

For Real Madrid, the remaining two fixtures are extremely crucial as a minor slip-up can cost them the title.

Malaga could be tricky because it has been in strong form recently. Celtistas may well, as the club letter says, "make room for pride and hope" - but even for the most-hardened of supporters, and indeed Barca fans everywhere, turning over the mighty Real Madrid may just be one dream too many. "I have to respect the competition and always go out to win".

Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football writer who covers La Liga and the Spain national team for ESPN FC.