Cristiano Ronaldo becomes Real Madrid's top scorer in win - ESPN FC
Cristiano Ronaldo became Real Madrid's all-time top scorer as Rafael Benitez's side saw off Levante 3-0 to go top of the Primera Division. The prolific forward hit his 324th goal in 310 games in the white of Madrid just three minutes after Marcelo had given the hosts the lead midway through the first half, moving ahead of Raul as the club's leading marksman.
Danilo relieved to return for Real Madrid after injury - Goal.com
Real Madrid right-back Danilo was relieved to make a successful return to action after recovering from a broken foot. The Brazil international started Real's 3-0 win over Levante at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday. Speaking after the match, he said that while he is not yet at 100 per cent, he will continue to improve.
Spurs join Feghouli race | Football Italia
Inter and Roma face competition from Tottenham and Fenerbahce for Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli. The Nerazzurri sent scouts to view him in action this week and he’ll be out of contract at the end of the season, so a January departure is likely.
Eibar 1-1 Sevilla FC - ESPN FC
Sevilla came from behind to salvage a point at Eibar but their unconvincing away form should concern them heading into next week's Champions League visit to Manchester City. Borja Baston gave in-form Eibar an early lead but the visitors improved in the second half and drew level through Kevin Gameiro's close-range effort on 71 minutes.
Felipe Caicedo among the goals as Espanyol beat Betis - ESPN FC
Espanyol gave their season a boost with an impressive 3-1 Primera Division victory at Real Betis on Saturday evening. Enzo Roco headed the Barcelona side into a fourth-minute lead and goals early in the second half from Felipe Caicedo and Victor Sanchez put the result beyond doubt.
Andre Gomes nets again as Valencia prove too strong for Malaga - ESPN FC
Valencia midfielder Andre Gomes scored his third goal of the season to help his side climb up to eighth place in La Liga following a 3-0 home win against Malaga. Los Che were gifted a 19th-minute lead when Malaga's Brazilian striker Charles diverted the ball into his own net and Andre Gomes doubled the home side's lead in the 33rd minute before Daniel Parejo converted a late penalty.