Sergio Ramos's goal-scoring overrides his defensive faults, says Terry Gibson | Sky Sports
The centre-back's late header helped Real Madrid recover from a goal down to beat Real Betis 2-1 on Sunday and move back to the top of La Liga.And since Ramos' injury-time equaliser against Atletico Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final - which Real went on to win 4-1 in extra time - the Spaniard has scored 22 goals, with 19 of those coming when his side are level or losing.
Real Betis make complaint to Spanish FA over refereeing mistakes | ESPN
"The club has called the federation, we will continue to call [RFEF president Angel Maria] Villar and [CTA president Victoriano] Sanchez Arminio to protest because there have been too many games and too many decisions that have gone against us," Betis vice-president Miguel Lopez Catalan said to his club's official TV channel. "We don't want gifts from them and we don't want to be at a disadvantage."
Real Madrid's record-breaking goalscoring run broken down | Sky Sports
Despite falling behind to Keylor Navas' comical own goal, Zinedine Zidane's side recovered through strikes from Cristiano Ronaldo and captain Sergio Ramos to leapfrog Barcelona and move back to the top of La Liga. In the process, Madrid surpassed Benfica's record for a major European league, set more than half a century ago, by scoring in a 48th consecutive game in all competitions.
Transfer Talk: Real Madrid trio warn of departure over lack of minutes | ESPN
Real Madrid face losing Alvaro Morata, Isco and James Rodriguez this summer reports OK Diario, as the pair are fed up with their bit-part roles under Zinedine Zidane. The trio are been on the periphery of Zidane's plans this campaign, fleetingly playing and impressing, but never able to hold down a place over a run of games.
What's next for Sevilla after Tuesday's shock Champions League elimination? | ESPN
When they reconvene at the training ground following their return trip from England, Sevilla's players and coaching staff may very well take a moment to stop and look at one another and wonder just how they contrived to eliminate themselves from this year's Champions League with a 2-0 defeat (3-2 on aggregate) at Leicester City on Tuesday.
Sevilla confident that Jorge Sampaoli will extend contract for one more year | ESPN
Sevilla president Pepe Castro has said he has no concerns over reports linking coach Jorge Sampaoli with the upcoming managerial vacancy at Barcelona. Luis Enrique will leave Barca in June after three years in charge and Sampaoli, along with Athletic Bilbao's Ernesto Valverde, has been positioned among the front-runners.