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La Liga News: 15 May 2016; Cristiano Ronaldo Again Reaches 50-Goal Mark, Jan Oblak Equals League Record

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Real Madrid beat Deportivo La Coruna but miss out on title - ESPN FC
Real Madrid won their final Primera Division match of the season 2-0 at Deportivo La Coruna but had to settle for runners-up spot behind Barcelona. To claim the title, Real needed to beat Deportivo and Barca to fail to win at Granada.

Cristiano Ronaldo scores 50 goals for a sixth season in a row | Sky Sports
Ronaldo's opener was his 50th goal of the current campaign in all competitions. However, the really remarkable thing about the Portuguese player is his consistency in front of goal - this is the sixth season in a row in which he's scored 50 goals or more.

Zinedine Zidane proud of Real Madrid despite missing out on La Liga title - ESPN FC
Though Real Madrid ultimately finished second, Zinedine Zidane said he was proud of his team for challenging winners Barcelona until the end of the season. After Saturday's 2-0 win at Deportivo La Coruna, Madrid finished with 90 points, one shy of Barcelona.

RUMOURS: Cesc Fabregas open to Real Madrid move - Goal.com
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas would be open to joining Real Madrid this summer, according to Don Balon. The Spain international has struggled for consistency since moving to Stamford Bridge in 2014 and is eyeing a return to La Liga, though re-joining Barcelona has been ruled out.

Ronaldo rubbishes injury talk | Football Espana
Ronaldo scored both of Madrid’s goals at Riazor, which ultimately were not enough to steal La Liga from under Barcelona’s noses, but he did not come back out for the second half, prompting suspicions his "bruised foot" – cited by Coach Zinedine Zidane after the game – was worse than first thought. However, Marca quotes the Portuguese as sarcastically saying in the mixed zone: "How am I [feeling]? Did you not see the match?"

Atletico Madrid finish Primera Division season with victory over Celta Vigo - ESPN FC
Diego Simeone's side bowed out of the title race last week by losing at Levante but the Argentine fielded a full-strength team in front of the home supporters, and they delivered for a fitting send off before the Champions League final in two weeks time.

Atletico Madrid news: Oblak equals La Liga goals conceded record - Goal.com
Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak equalled a La Liga record by registering a clean sheet against Celta Vigo on Saturday. The Slovenian custodian has conceded only 18 goals in the Spanish top flight this term, the lowest amount since Deportivo La Coruna shot-stopper Paco Liano also let in 18 strikes in 1993-94.

Athletic Bilbao ease to victory as Sevilla focus on Europa League final - ESPN FC
Athletic Bilbao sealed fifth place in the Primera Division by beating a much-changed Sevilla team 3-1 as long-serving captain Carlos Gurpegi played his final game. Aritz Aduriz got the carnival atmosphere started by tapping in from close range after 11 minutes and added another in the 31st minute, although Juan Munoz reduced the deficit early in the second half.