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Ramos: Better Barca players don't dominate



2017/2018 Season

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Sergio Ramos: Spain benefits from Barcelona not dominating squad

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes go head to head to predict the outcomes of Netherlands-England, Argentina-Italy, Germany-Spain and more.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos says it's "good for Spanish football" that Barcelona no longer dominate the Spain national team.

For much of Spain's dominant period between 2008 and 2012, the XI was packed with players from the Barca squad, with Ramos one of the relatively few Madrid representatives while the playing style was similar to the possession-based approach of Pep Guardiola.

Vicente Del Bosque fielded seven Barca players at the same time during the final of Euro 2012, as Italy were hammered...

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Gareth Bale ranks Wales goal-scoring record a top career feat

Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring one of his three goals in a Wales win against China.

Gareth Bale feels breaking Wales' goal-scoring record might be his biggest achievement in football.

Bale eclipsed Ian Rush's 28-goal mark for Wales with a hat trick in the 6-0 China Cup win over the tournament hosts in Nanning, with a Sam Vokes double and a goal for birthday boy Harry Wilson rounding out the scoring.

It was the first hat trick by a Wales player for 14 years -- Robert Earnshaw scoring the last against Scotland in 2004 -- and the perfect way to start Ryan Giggs' managerial reign.


Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane: 'I had no desire to be a coach' after retiring

Zinedine Zidane is hopeful that Real Madrid will keep moving up the table and Cristiano Ronaldo will beat Lionel Messi as La Liga's top scorer after he scored four goals in Sunday's 6-3 thrashing of Girona.
Shaka Hislop defends his updated power rankings, which see Barcelona ascend to the top after Bayern Munich's loss to Leipzig.

Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane said he changed his mind over time about coaching as when he retired as a player in 2006, he had "no desire at all" to take over a team.

Zidane was one of the greatest players of his generation, winning the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 with France and the Champions League with Real Madrid in 2002, as well as the Ballon d'Or in 1998 and FIFA World Player of the Year in 1998, 2000 and 2003.

Although an inspirational captain and leader of his team during games, he was...

Neymar to Real Madrid more likely than Barcelona return - Andres Iniesta

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens tries to make sense of the rumours linking Neymar with a move back to Spain.

Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta has said it is more likely that Neymar will join Real Madrid than return to the Camp Nou.

Neymar, who left Barca for Paris Saint-Germain in a world-record deal last summer, has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu or a switch to his old club.

Madrid president Florentino Perez is a long-term admirer of the Brazil international, and reports in Spanish capital have claimed the club could be ready to pay as much as €400 million for him.

Meanwhile, reports in...

Cristiano Ronaldo's China talk is no problem - Real Madrid's Florentino Perez

Former Brazil and Portugal head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said Cristiano Ronaldo has been interested in the Chinese Super League.
With Cristiano Ronaldo scoring at a blistering pace since the middle of January, the FC crew discuss the emerging race between him and Messi to be La Liga's top scorer.
Zinedine Zidane is hopeful that Real Madrid will keep moving up the table and Cristiano Ronaldo will beat Lionel Messi as La Liga's top scorer after he scored four goals in Sunday's 6-3 thrashing of Girona.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has said he is not worried that Cristiano Ronaldo asked former Guangzhou Evergrande coach Luiz Felipe Scolari about life in China.

Scolari, a three-time Chinese Super League winner and Ronaldo's former Portugal coach, said this week he had told him China would be an excellent place to further his career.

Although Ronaldo has occasionally been linked with a lucrative move to the Far East, Perez told Onda Cero it was only natural for former colleagues to ask...