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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Barcelona 25 6 4 81
2 Real Madrid 25 6 3 81
3 Atletico 21 8 6 71
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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...

Zinedine Zidane: Real Madrid will suffer until the end in La Liga title race

Real Madrid's Marcelo hit home a late winner against Valencia keeping the La Liga title race close as ever.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said his team would "suffer" until the end after Saturday's last gasp 2-1 win at home to Valencia kept them on track for the title.

Zidane's team were ahead at the break thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's 27th-minute header but found it difficult to put away an injury and suspension-hit Valencia side.

Karim Benzema struck a post early in the second half and Ronaldo saw a spot-kick saved by Diego Alves before ex-Madrid midfielder Dani Parejo curled a 25-yard free kick...