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Real Madrid's third straight draw angers Zinedine Zidane

Dortmund scored a dramatic late equalizer against Madrid in the UCL, the FC panel discuss the tactics behind the match.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he felt "screwed" after his team again conceded a late equaliser in Tuesday's thrill-a-minute 2-2 Champions League Group F draw at Borussia Dortmund.

The see-saw battle saw Cristiano Ronaldo finish a sweeping counter-attack to put Madrid in front, then Dortmund back on level terms when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored after a Keylor Navas error.

Upfield for a corner kick, Raphael Varane finished from close range for 2-1 midway through the second half, before...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma's Francesco Totti: I came 'very close' to Real Madrid transfer

AS Roma captain Francesco Totti turns 40 years old, ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reflects on his journey thus far at the eternal city.
Luciano Spalletti praises the effort of 39-year-old forward Francesco Totti after the Italian legend scored his 250th Serie A goal.

Francesco Totti has revealed further details about how close he actually was to joining Real Madrid in 2003, saying that a combination of family, friends and the love of Rome saw him remain in the Eternal City.

Speaking on his 40th birthday on Tuesday, Totti said he had come "very close" to moving to the Spanish side, but the Roma captain added that he does not regret for a minute turning down the opportunity.

"I was about to go there in 2003, even if it's not true that I was in Spain," Totti told...

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Barcelona's Andres Iniesta is the world's best player - Cesar Luis Menotti

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique asserted that their win over Sporting Gijon was not as easy as the dominant result seems.

Former Barcelona coach Cesar Luis Menotti believes Andres Iniesta is the best player in the world, while he claims Lionel Messi would not have the talent he does today had he come through the ranks at Real Madrid.

While Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have long battled it out for the tag of the greatest player in modern football, Menotti, who managed Barca between 1983 and 1984, feels Iniesta is more deserving of that title.

"There are some players who we don't talk about how good they are," Menotti...

Unai Emery expects Cristiano Ronaldo to remain a Real Madrid player

Cristiano Ronaldo was visibly unhappy being subbed at the weekend, the FC crew discuss if it's being blown out of proportion.
Zinedine Zidane downplayed talk of a rift between himself and Cristiano Ronaldo after he subbed the star man off over the weekend.
Thomas Tuchel speaks ahead of Dortmund's UCL match against Real Madrid, and the threat Cristiano Ronaldo poses at all times.
Zinedine Zidane says he was thinking about Real Madrid's next match when he subbed Cristiano Ronaldo against Las Palmas.
Zinedine Zidane says that while Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale are playing well, he still expects more.

Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery believes Cristiano Ronaldo can continue to play at the highest level for "some time" and does not expect the Portugal captain to leave Real Madrid.

Ronaldo, 31, was linked with PSG at the end of a successful 2015-16 campaign that saw him score 51 goals in 48 games for Real and help his club lift the Champions League trophy.

"Ronaldo is a physical wonder and he can continue to play at the highest level for some time," Emery told Cadena Cope.

"From what I hear...

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I could have joined Barcelona instead of Atletico Madrid - Kevin Gameiro

Atletico Madrid striker Kevin Gameiro
Kevin Gameiro joined Atletico Madrid from Sevilla at the start of the season.

Atletico Madrid striker Kevin Gameiro has admitted that he could have turned out for La Liga rivals Barcelona instead.

Gameiro, 29, joined Atletico from Sevilla in a deal reportedly worth €32 million in the offseason.

The French international has scored twice in six league matches for Diego Simeone's side and feels that he is a better fit at the club, rather than Barca.

Had Simeone had his way, it would have been Chelsea's Diego Costa that he wanted, with Gameiro as the backup plan.