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La Liga News: 7 December 2016; Atletico Madrid Beaten by Bayern Munich, Cristiano Ronaldo in Tax Trouble

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Real Madrid demand respect for Cristiano Ronaldo after allegations of tax evasion | Football News | Sky Sports
A statement on the website of La Liga club read: "In light of the information published in recent days and the certificate released by the Spanish tax agency which shows our player Cristiano Ronaldo is up to date with all his tax obligations, Real Madrid demand the maximum respect for a player like Cristiano Ronaldo."

How long could Cristiano Ronaldo be jailed for if found guilty of tax evasion? - Goal.com
Confusion surrounds claims that Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo criminally evaded tax estimated to be in the region of €150 million. These are allegations that the Spanish government is investigating after news outlet El Mundo suggested Ronaldo could become embroiled in a scandal.

Lewandowski and Bayern halt Atlético run - UEFA.com
Yannick Carrasco was twice denied as the visitors sought to make an early breakthrough, yet the German champions heeded the warnings and came roaring back. From there the Bavarian side took control of the game and Douglas Costa threatened before Lewandowski's 25-metre effort capped a fine spell of dominance.

Dominguez retires aged 27 | Football Espana
Former Spain international Alvaro Dominguez Soto has decided to retire at the age of 27, the defender has confirmed in an official statement. The full-back underwent two operations in an attempt to cure a long-term back problem but neither was successful and after a 20-month lay-off from the game, he has decided to call it a day.