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La Liga News: 19 October 2015; Villarreal Lose to Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid Beat Real Sociedad

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Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos could play against PSG with painkilling injection | The Guardian
The centre-half has been out for two weeks since re-injuring his left shoulder against Atlético Madrid on 4 October and was left out of Spain’s European Championship qualifiers against Luxembourg and Ukraine. However, the Real captain has trained this week and back in contention to play in Paris.

Messi is Barcelona’s best ever – but is Ronaldo Madrid’s all-time greatest? - Goal.com
Cristiano Ronaldo is now officially the greatest scorer in the history of Real Madrid. The Portuguese forward scored after just half an hour against Levante on Saturday to surpass Raul's record of 323 goals for Los Blancos. But is he the greatest player to ever represent the club?

Karim Benzema says Real Madrid exit rumours make him 'laugh' | Sky Sports
Benzema was linked with a move to Arsenal in several Spanish and British newspapers in the summer, but remained at Real Madrid, where he has scored seven goals in eight games so far this season. The 27-year-old Frenchman, who has scored over 20 goals for the past five seasons at Real Madrid, says he finds the rumours funny, and says both Real and Barcelona are the "pinnacle" of the game.

Antoine Griezmann returns to haunt Real Sociedad as Atletico Madrid ease to win - ESPN FC
Antoine Griezmann scored a stunning individual goal against former club Real Sociedad to help Atletico Madrid to a 2-0 win at Anoeta and pile more pressure on La Real coach David Moyes. The Frenchman began his run from the halfway line and raced past four Sociedad defenders before stylishly chipping the ball over goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli to give Atletico the lead in the eighth minute.

Nolito winner at Villarreal sends Celta Vigo level at top - ESPN FC
Celta Vigo drew level with Real Madrid and Barcelona at the top of La Liga after Nolito's 90th-minute winner earned them a 2-1 victory at 10-man Villarreal. The hosts thought they had done enough for a point after recovering from going a goal behind and having a man sent off early in the second half only for their concentration to lapse in the dying moments.

Stefan Scepovic at the double as Getafe brush aside Las Palmas - ESPN FC
Getafe comfortably beat Las Palmas 4-0 to record a third straight home win and move up to 11th place in the Primera Division. Victor Rodriguez took advantage of the visitors' risky defending to open the scoring after just three minutes and then Pablo Sarabia headed in from close range in the 11th minute to double the advantage.

Deportivo strike back for Athletic Bilbao draw - ESPN FC
Deportivo La Coruna staged a late comeback to rescue a 2-2 draw against Athletic Bilbao and maintain their promising start to the season as they reached the top six in the Primera Division.