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La Liga News: 23 June 2016; Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Record, Chelsea's Charly Musonda to Stay in Spain

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Cristiano Ronaldo becomes first player to score in four Euro tourneys | CaughtOffside
After scoring in the 50th minute against Hungary on Wednesday, Portugal and Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in history to score a goal in four different European Championship competitions. Cristiano Ronaldo’s first ever international goal came at Euro 2004 against Greece. Four years later he scored one goal in Euro 2008 against the Czech Republic. At Euro 2012 he scored three goals in games against Netherlands and Czech Republic once again.

Antoine Griezmann signs new Atletico Madrid contract | Sky Sports
Griezmann has been repeatedly linked with a move to the Premier League but said back in the winter he was happy to stay in Spain. And the France forward has proved as good as his word, signing up for another five years at Atletico after finishing top scorer in each of his first two seasons at the club.

Malaga sign highly-rated La Liga winger Jony Rodriguez from Sporting Gijon | Sky Sports
Malaga have completed the signing of highly-rated winger Jony Rodriguez from La Liga rivals Sporting Gijon. The 24-year-old, who recorded five goals and nine assists to help Sporting avoid relegation last season, has put pen to paper on a four-year deal with the Andalusian outfit.

Chelsea extend Charly Musonda's loan at Real Betis - ESPN FC
Charly Musonda will spend another season on loan at Real Betis after impressing in La Liga, Chelsea have confirmed. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder left Stamford Bridge for Betis at the end of January, having originally resisted a loan move in a bid to fight for a first-team place at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho and interim successor Guus Hiddink.

Las Palmas deny reports that match vs. Granada was fixed - ESPN FC
Las Palmas were already safe when they went to a Granada that was already deep in troubleon April 30 and were 2-0 up inside 12 minutes, only for the home team to come back to win 3-2. That victory formed part of a late upswing in form which saw Granada win three of their last five games and avoid relegation by just a point.

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