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La Liga News: 13 September 2015: Ronaldo Eclipses Raul, Valencia, Villarreal Both Win

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The former Manchester United man’s five-goal haul takes him ahead of Madrid legends Raul and Alfredo di Stefano to become the club’s all-time leading scorer in La Liga with 330 goals. "Someone who scores so many goals has their place in history forever like Raul or Di Stefano," said Madrid boss Rafael Benitez.

Paco Alcacer struck in the 90th minute to snatch all three points for Valencia at Sporting Gijon. The Spain international came off the bench midway through the second half and in the 91st minute headed home a cross from Zakaria Bakkali to give Nuno Espirito Santo's side their first win of the season.

David Moyes has admitted that he is "concerned" about Real Sociedad’s lack of goals following their 1-0 defeat to Real Betis in La Liga on Saturday. Los Verdiblancos picked up their first win of the season thanks to Ruben Castro’s effort on 41 minutes, despite having Petros sent off just before half-time, and the Scot conceded the Basques’ drought – now extended to three matches – was quickly becoming a problem.

Two goals early in the second half helped Villarreal to a 3-1 victory over Granada at Los Carmenes in La Liga this afternoon. The result moves Villarreal up to third in the La Liga table, while Granada sit ninth.

Full-time at the Cornellà-El Prat and Rafa Benitez's 'boring' Real Madrid claim all three points with an easy 6-0 win. Ronaldo helped himself to five and laid on one for Benzema as a lacklustre Espanyol rolled over. Gareth Bale didn't get on the scoresheet, but he created two for Ronaldo and played a part in Benzema's goal. Three games into the La Liga season and Madrid have scored 11, conceded none.

A FIFA agent has claimed "if Carlo Ancelotti stayed at Real Madrid," Lazio would likely have sold Felipe Anderson this summer."In April Ancelotti was telling me all about him. If Ancelotti had stayed at Real Madrid, the Spanish club would’ve made an offer for Felipe Anderson that Lazio could not refuse."

The hostile environment Cristiano Ronaldo created at Real Madrid forced Gareth Bale to go and see a psychiatrist, according to the Daily Mail. The Welshman's good start to the season has come thanks to Jamie Edwards, a former basketball player who helps sports stars prepare mentally.

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