Real Madrid hit back to beat Celta Vigo | Sky Sports Football
Needing a win to move back to within two points of the Primera Division leaders, Carlo Ancelotti's men fell behind early but, boosted by a brace from man of the moment Javier Hernandez, got the job done. Nolito put Celta ahead before Toni Kroos and Hernandez nudged Real in front. Santi Mina equalised but James Rodriguez got the European champions into a lead which would then be improved by Hernandez's second.
Chicharito! Hernandez makes case for permanent Madrid move - Goal.com
Forget CR7, the man in vogue at Real Madrid right now is CH14. Javier Hernandez hit two goals for Real Madrid to dig Carlo Ancelotti's side out of a hole at Celta Vigo on Sunday and make it a week to remember for the Mexican striker. From outcast to savior in the space of five fantastic days, this has been quite a comeback for Chicharito.
Carlo Ancelotti hints at permanent Javier Hernandez Real Madrid deal | Eurosport
The Mexico striker known as 'Chicharito' (little pea) struck a late winner to earn a 1-0 victory over Atletico Madrid in Europe's elite club competition on Wednesday before helping Real to a 4-2 success at Celta Vigo that kept them hard on the heels of leaders Barcelona with five matches left.Hernandez has spent most of the season on the bench after arriving from parent club Manchester United in September but coach Carlo Ancelotti was forced to draft him into the side following injuries to France striker Karim Benzema and Wales winger Gareth Bale.
Madrid plan shock Mikel raid | Football Espana
Real Madrid are planning a shock raid for Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel this summer, according to Tuttomercatoweb. The Nigerian international still has two years left on his contract with the Premier League leaders but has fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge this season, making just 14 appearances in an injury-hit campaign, and is widely expected to depart the club this summer.
Sevilla up to fourth after win over Vallecano | Sky Sports Football
First-half goals from Vicente Iborra and Daniel Carrico lifted Sevilla up to fourth place in Spain's Primera Division with a 2-0 win over Rayo Vallecano. Iborra fired an 18th minute opener from an assist by Diogo Figueiras and Carrico doubled the home side's advantage with a header from a Denis Suarez cross two minutes before the break.
Sevilla deny Lazaar interest | Football Espana
Sevilla director of football Monchi has denied the club are interested in signing Palermo left-back Achraf Lazaar this summer. Rumours have been rife in Spain that the Andalusians are preparing a bid for the 23-year-old Moroccan international, who has been earning rave reviews with the Sicily outfit since joining from Varese in January 2015.
Deportivo La Coruna pick up hard-earned point at Malaga | Sky Sports Football
Deportivo La Coruna boosted their survival hopes on Sunday with a creditable 1-1 draw at Europa League hopefuls Malaga. Oriel Riera headed in on the hour mark to cancel out Nodin Amrabat's goal at the start of the second half in an evenly matched game, in which both sides hit the woodwork.
Almeria out of bottom three with win over Eibar | Sky Sports Football
Almeria moved out of the relegation zone with a much-needed 2-0 Primera Division victory over Eibar at the Mediterraneo on Sunday afternoon. Thievy Bifouma and Verza were on target in each half as Sergi Barjuan's strugglers claimed just their second win from their last 11 matches to move level on points with their opponents, who sit a spot above them in 16th.
LFP announce sponsorship deal | Football Espana
The LFP confirmed a deal has struck with the company’s King Way lager brand after a trip to China by the League’s senior executives, including President Javier Tebas and marketing director Adolfo Bara. Snow Beer’s brands are reportedly the best-selling in China and recent studies have indicated volume-wise they are the most consumed in the world.