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La Liga News: 11 December 2016; Real Madrid Score Late to Win, Real Sociedad Edge Valencia

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Real Madrid set record unbeaten run after stunning comeback win - ESPN
Manager Zinedine Zidane made eight changes and looked to be set to pay the cost when a quickfire double from former Real Madrid Castilla forward Joselu in the space of two second-half minutes turned the match around after a fine opener from Alvaro Morata.

Sergio Ramos comes to Real Madrid rescue again with late winner vs Deportivo - ESPN FC
Above all, an impressive will to win was shown, despite being without a host of big names including Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema. Madrid extended their undefeated run to 35 matches, thanks in part to Mariano Diaz, who netted the equaliser and looks like a natural scorer.

Wanda Metropolitano new Atleti ground | Football Espana
Los Rojiblancos played in the Estadio Metropolitano de Madrid between 1923 and 1966, before moving into their Vicente Calderon home, while Wanda Property Group bought 20 percent of Atletico in January 2015 and the company’s chairman, Wang Jianlin, is China’s second richest man.

Real Sociedad move up to fourth after beating Valencia - ESPN
Real Sociedad climbed to fourth in LaLiga with a 3-2 victory over battling Valencia at Estadio Anoeta. Willian Jose set them on the way with two first-half headers, but Dani Parejo's penalty gave Los Che hope.

Leganes hit back to deny Las Palmas - ESPN
Leganes came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Las Palmas at the Estadio de Gran Canaria. Marko Livaja put the home side ahead from close range on 21 minutes. However, Leganes recovered and earned a share of the points when Miguel Guerrero converted a second-half penalty.

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