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La Liga News, 23 September 2016; Casemiro Suffers Broken Leg, Valencia Finally Win

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Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro suffers broken leg | Sky Sports
Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro is facing a spell on the sidelines after tests confirmed he has suffered a broken leg. The Brazil international had to be replaced midway through the first half of Sunday's victory at Espanyol after sustaining the injury and Madrid have now confirmed the extent of the damage.

Real Madrid confirm Marcelo calf strain -
Real Madrid have confirmed that full-back Marcelo has suffered a calf muscle strain. The Brazil international, who had played every minute of Madrid's opening six games this season, was forced off in the first half of Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Villarreal.

Dani Parejo is spot on for Valencia as they down Alaves - ESPN
Dani Parejo's late spot-kick saw Valencia edge past previously unbeaten Alaves 2-1 to secure their first victory of the season. The hosts, playing their first game since the departure of coach Pako Ayestaran on Tuesday, found themselves in front after 28 minutes when Alaves defender Victor Laguardia nodded Jose Gaya's searching cross into the back of his own net.

Osasuna 1-2 Espanyol - ESPN
Gerard Moreno grabbed the winner as Espanyol claimed their first LaLiga win of the season with a 2-1 success at promoted Osasuna. Moreno finished off a swift break with a neat turn and strike 18 minutes from time, shortly after Sergio Leon had brought the hosts back into the game at Estadio El Sadar.

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