Real Madrid suffered their second consecutive defeat this past weekend as they were beaten by city rival, Atletico Madrid and that result made Los Blancos head coach, Carlo Ancelotti is starting to have a slight concern with his team.
Real Madrid's run of poor results continue as this weekend they suffered a disappointing derby defeat from Atletico Madrid at Santiago Bernebau stadium.
Eager to redeem their previous defeat from Real Sociedad, Madrid tried to put on an attacking shape since kick off.
Barcelona maintaining their fine start in the new Spain La Liga season as they grabbed all three points on their home fixture against Athletic Bilbao.
Playing in front of their home crowd, Barcelona were determined in grabbing another victory as they put on an aggressive approach.
Winning their first two Spanish La Liga matches, Barcelona are keen on grabbing another three points in their upcoming league fixture, but El Barca could be set for a tough encounter as they will face Athletic Bilbao this weekend.
Positive news arrived for Real Madrid ahead of their upcoming Madrid derby against Atletico this upcoming weekend as Los Blancos' star forward, Cristiano Ronaldo is set to make his return after recovering from injury.
Radamel Falcao's recent move to Manchester United apparently doesn't just brought joy for the English side's fans as Colombia star playmaker, James Rodriguez also stated that his also happy with that transfer move.
In an interesting final day of summer transfer market, Valencia made a quite surprising move by signing Spanish international striker Alvaro Negredo from Manchester City.
Arriving to Mestalla after completing his move, Negredo revealed his joy, stating that he arrived at the place where he always want to be while hoping to help Valencia achieving glory again.
Barcelona successfully grabbed their second win in La Liga as they overcome the challenge from home side, Villarreal.
Playing away from home, El Barca still keen on taking control of that tie, but they were facing a tireless battle from the Yellow Submarine.
Real Madrid suffered a shocking blow in their second La Liga fixtures as Carlo Ancelotti's men were beaten by home team Real Sociedad.
Playing without their star forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, Madrid still looking confident early on as they dominate proceedings and got in front after five minutes through Sergio Ramos.
After a disastrous World Cup 2014 campaign, Spain national side are set to restart their glory days in the upcoming weeks, but they will be without two experienced midfielder, Xavi Hernandez and Xabi Alonso who have retired from international football.
Bayern Munich have just completed the signing of former Spanish international, Xabi Alonso, but despite still yet to make his debut for the Bavarians, head coach, Pep Guardiola is already full of praises for his new man.
This time of year seems to be the retirement moment for many experienced players as famous names deciding to end their international football journey, with Xabi Alonso becoming the latest who decided that his time with Spanish national side is up.
Being previously rumored as one of those who could be leaving Barcelona last season, it seems that Javier Mascherano's fate significantly change in recent time, especially after his fine performance at World Cup 2014.
Diego Simeone's hope of having a lenient punishment for his row with fourth official during Atletico Madrid's Spanish Super Cup battle against Real Madrid didn't materialize as he instead being banned for eight matches.