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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Casemiro sidelined with fracture in lower leg, Real Madrid confirm

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe asserts that Real Madrid's 16-game league winning streak may not be as impressive as it seems.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol assesses how Real Madrid must take the good with the bad when it comes to Sergio Ramos.
Casemiro, right, will spend some time on the sideline with a broken leg.

Real Madrid have ruled out midfielder Casemiro for an extended period after tests revealed a fracture in his leg.

According to Spanish media, the injury to his left calf typically requires a recovery period of one to two months.

The 24-year-old left Real Madrid's game against Espanyol in the first half on Sunday after he was accidentally kicked while blocking a shot.

A club statement said: "Following tests carried out today on Casemiro at the Sanitas La Moraleja University Hospital, he has...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldinho to play Dec. 3 friendly for Mexico third-tier club Cinco Estrellas

The guys answer your tweets about Landon Donovan, Ronaldinho and Manchester United.

Brazil great Ronaldinho, who is not currently signed with a club, will play a Dec. 3 friendly for Mexican league third-division club Cinco Estrellas.

The 36-year-old has been without a club since he left Fluminense last September and was reported to be considering offers from both Major League Soccer and the Chinese Super League.

Despite a one-year hiatus from the game, Ronaldinho told reporters earlier this month that he still feels he has one more club in him before retirement.

"The idea is to...

 By Tim Vickery

Tite benefitting from Dunga's final good call as Brazil boss

ESPN FC's Brian McBride discusses Brazil's impressive play in their World Cup Qualifying matches.

If you want to appear tall, then the best way is to stand next to someone very short.

Two winning games into his reign, new Brazil coach Tite looms like a giant. Usually the man who chooses the Brazil team is the focus of constant criticism from his ever-demanding compatriots. For the moment, Tite is above all that -- but he did follow Dunga, whose nickname comes from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves," and who was sacked after his side failed to qualify from their group in the recent Copa Centenario.

Dunga...