Euro 2016 is still at an early stages, but there's already tons of excitement and entertainment surrounding all football lovers, especially those who have favorite teams or players participating in the tournament.
The rise of Antoine Griezmann in recent years, especially with his influential performances for Atletico Madrid, have been such a refreshing scenes for football lovers.
However, that success also added more expectation for the attacker, including from his France national team boss, Didier Deschamps, who is hoping a big contribution from the striker in the upcoming Euro 2016.
Barcelona finally secured their 24th Spanish La Liga title after grabbing an important 3-0 away win over Granada this weekend.
El Barca were able to hold off their arch rival Real Madrid, which also won their final league game against Deportivo La Coruna.
Real Madrid winger, Lucas Vazquez might not be considered by many as someone who will directly replace Cristiano Ronaldo should if the Portuguese was absent.
However, that was what happened this midweek during Madrid's Champions League first leg tie against Man City.
Real Madrid fans can finally relax following confirmation that their star player, Cristiano Ronaldo is not suffering any serious injury.
The Portuguese international informed through his official social media account that everything is good, while thanking fans for their support.
Real Madrid suddenly are within reaching distance of grabbing Spanish La Liga title in this later stages of the season with Barcelona seemingly struggling to get results.
Nevertheless, that situation doesn't make Los Blancos' boss, Zinedine Zidane lessening his focus on his squad as he believes they must maintain concentration until the season ends.
Following their exit from Champions League, Barcelona's title challenge suddenly gets tougher, especially since they picked up another defeat this weekend, this time from Valencia.
That 2-1 loss was Barca's third straight in La Liga, an alarming situation indeed, but still doesn't bring panic towards the Catalan's head coach, Luis Enrique.
Real Madrid showcasing their pedigree in the second leg of UEFA Champions League overturning 2-0 deficit in the first leg with a special 3-0 victory.
That win was special indeed, especially for Los Blancos' star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who was very joyful as he scored all of his team's goals in the match.
Less than four months into the job, Gary Neville's coaching experience with Valencia came to an end on March 30 as the Spanish side confirmed on their official twitter.
That news was not much of a surprise for many football enthusiasts considering the results that El Che have been having under Neville's tenure.
The world of football was left in tears again as another legend of the game passed away, this time, it's no other than the legendary Johan Cruyff.
Cruyff who has been battling with Cancer eventually passed away on March 24, 2016, leaving many sadness for people in the sport.
Spanish international striker, Alvaro Morata admitted that he would welcome a return to his former club, Real Madrid next summer, despite doing pretty well with Juventus.
Speaking to the media, Morata admitted that he is not sure yet where he might end up next season, since there's been rumors about Madrid's interest in getting him back from Juve.
Positive news arrived from Real Madrid camp as their star striker, Karim Benzema has return to full training session with his teammates.
This report will surely bring some joy for head coach, Zinedine Zidane as Benzema could be ready for action again in Madrid's upcoming tie against Sevilla.
For all football lovers, watching matches is something that they regularly to fulfill their strong affection over the widely popular sport.
However, just like any other competition based sport, there's always that season break in which no games might be available to enjoy.
Real Madrid haven't always been at their best throughout this current season as consistency remain an issue for them, that's why Los Blancos' goalie, Keylor Navas urging his teammates to keep improving.