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La Liga News: 3 November 2016; Real Madrid Held in Poland, Sevilla Qualify for Next Round

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Legia surprise Madrid in six-goal thriller -
Legia Warszawa and Real Madrid played out a six-goal thriller as the spoils were shared in their UEFA Champions League Group F encounter. Gareth Bale's stunning effort in the first minute got the ball rolling before Karim Benzema doubled the visitors' lead. However, Vadis Odjidja halved the deficit with a wonderful solo goal of his own just before the break as the home side finished the half the stronger.

Madrid set unwanted defensive record under Zidane at Legia -
Real Madrid conceded three goals for the first time with Zinedine Zidane as their coach when they were held 3-3 by Legia Warsaw in the Champions League on Wednesday. Los Blancos had roared into a two-goal lead but found themselves losing 3-2 in the second half owing to a fantastic Legia comeback, before Mateo Kovacic salvaged a point.

Atletico Madrid winger Yannick Carrasco's quick rise aided by Simeone - ESPN FC
It's been a whirlwind few weeks for Atletico Madrid winger Yannick Carrasco. A winning strike against Bayern Munich in the Champions League kickstarted a run of seven goals in six games and he secured a bumper new contract, which ties him to the Vicente Calderon until 2022, after reported interest from Premier League giants Chelsea.

Sevilla in pole position with Dinamo dismantling -
When Sevilla launched a fast attack just past the half-hour mark, Luciano Vietto received the ball in the inside-left channel and quickly powered his shot through goalkeeper Dominik Livaković from a tight angle. The second key moment came late in the first half when Dinamo's Petar Stojanovič picked up a second yellow card.

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