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Summary

  1. Leaders Juve host nearest rivals, who are 12 points behind
  2. FT: Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga
  3. Injured Bale substituted after five minutes
  4. Madrid move two points behind leaders Barcelona
  5. Barca won 2-0 against Valencia earlier

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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Right, it is time for us to pack our bags and leave mainland Europe. We're done for the night. Here's a quick recap of today's jam-packed action....

And make sure you join us tomorrow from 19:00 BST when it is derby day - in Milan. It'll be a cracker! Ciao.

FULL-TIME STATS

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Juventus
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Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Defeat for Lazio means their place as Rome's leading club is under threat. Neighbours Roma can leapfrog them into second place by beating fourth-bottom Atalanta tomorrow.

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Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Carlos Tevez should be smiling though - his team are now a whopping 15 points clear of their nearest rivals. The Old Lady can almost smell the cleaning polish on their fourth successive Scudetto.

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Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Juventus Players
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Huge cheers around the Juventus Stadium as the full-time whistle is heard. Opening goalscorer Carlos Tevez is embraced by his team-mates - but he can't quite manage to crack a smile.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Lazio almost halve the deficit as Giorgio Chiellini's miskick allows Lazio striker Felipe Anderson to pounce. But Gigi Buffon comes to the rescue of his long-time colleague, saving Anderson's low shot with his legs.

INJURY TIME

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Four minutes of stoppage time for Lazio to rescue an unlikely draw.

RED CARD TO LAZIO

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Cataldi
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And now the Juventus fans are cheering even louder - because young Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi is given his marching orders. Cataldi cyncially swipes away the legs of Carlos Tevez as the Argentine tears away from him near the halfway line. Sending off? Not in my eyes. Booking? Would have been sufficient.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

The home fans are finding their voices as Juventus edge towards victory and a 15-point cushion over their nearest rivals.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Tevez
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Carlos Tevez licks his lips as he stands over the resulting free-kick. He fancies this one. Ah, disappointing. The Argentine does not strike the ball cleanly and it crashes into the base of the Lazio wall.

FINAL FIVE

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

If Lazio are going to get anything from this match then it might be an idea to score pretty sharpish. However, the Roman side concede a free-kick about 30 yards out from their own goal...

SUBSTITUTION

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Vidal
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And trying to latch on to Carlos Tevez's pass is Arturo Vidal's last piece of the action. Presumably with one eye on the midweek Champions League fixture against Monaco, the Chilean is sacrificed for Stefano Sturaro.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

The clock ticks down into the final 10 minutes as Juve striker Carlos Tevez, who has been rather quiet since the break, tries to make something happen. But he can't work enough space for a shot, then overhits a pass intended for team-mate Arturo Vidal.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Couple more touches of the ball for Juve keeper Gigi Buffon, who is the busier of the two goalkeepers. However, the Italy veteran has not really been fully stretched.

FINAL FIFTEEN

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Young Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi has a bash from distance, trying to test Juve keeper Gigi Buffon in these tricky wet conditions. No danger for Buffon. He watches the shot drift wide of his right-hand post.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Lazio
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Lazio are trying to make a fist of this match, winning a left-wing corner as they attempt to set up a humdinger of a finale. But they must do better with their set-pieces than this. The delivery fails to beat the first man and Juve regain possession.

SUBSTITUTION

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Just under 20 minutes to go in Turin, and Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri decides to give the ageing legs of Andrea Pirlo a rest. The Italy veteran trudges off, with Roberto Pereyra stepping into his place.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

The rain is lashing down in Turin now as Lazio continue to press for a foothold in this game. Lucas Biglia tries his luck from distance and Juve keeper Gigi Buffon takes no chances with the greasy ball, palming down into the ground before recovering at the second attempt.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Buffon
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Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva stands over the ball, eyeing up the shot like a golfer lining up a winning putt. Pace or power? Power - and plenty of it! The Italy international hammers the ball towards Gigi Buffon's goal, forcing the veteran keeper into a strong punch over his bar.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Italian Serie A

Now Lazio have an opportunity to create something. Juve defender Giorgio Chiellini is ruled to have deliberately handled right on the cusp of his own penalty area. Six inches further towards his goal and it would have been a penalty.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Juventus are controlling possession again, Andrea Pirlo pulling all the strings. How many times has that been written over the years? Neither side has created a decent chance in the last 10 minutes though.

SUBSTITUTION

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Time for a change by Juventus. Italy striker Alessandro Matri is given a huge ovation as he departs, Spain striker Alvaro Morata getting the nod to replace him.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Italian Serie A

Simple stuff so far for the defending champions. Juve lead thanks to first-half strikes from Carlos Tevez and Leandro Bonucci and appear to be taking their foot off the gas a little. The Old Lady play Monaco in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final in midweek remember.

While the Real half of Madrid celebrates that less-than-convincing win against plucky Malaga, it is time for us to pop across the Mediterranean Sea.

We are heading over to Italy where Serie A leaders Juventus lead 2-0 against second-place Lazio.

Rampant Ronaldo

Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

You have to see these numbers to believe them. Cristiano Ronaldo's late goal means he has racked up a half-century of strikes in each of the past five seasons. And it takes his overall tally to a barely-believable 302 goals in 291 appearances for Madrid...

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Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

A broad grin breaks across the chiselled face of Cristiano Ronaldo after the referee blows his whistle for the final time. Madrid match Barca's earlier win to move back within two points of the La Liga leaders.

Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates wildly near the corner flag - and so he should! The tap-in is his 50th goal of the season across all competitions.

GOAL

Real Madrid 3-1 Malaga - Cristiano Ronaldo (90+1 mins)

Ronaldo
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Game over. Madrid's persistence finally pays off as Cristiano Ronaldo taps in from inside the six-yard box. Great work by Javier Hernandez who sneaked behind the Malaga defence before squaring to his illustrious team-mate.

INJURY TIME

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

The fourth official reliably informs us that there will be three minutes of added time...

CLOSE!

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Plenty of anxious faces dotted around the Bernabeu as Malaga threaten to snatch a late leveller. A deep cross from the right is headed back into the mixer, but Nordan Amrabat cannot use his bulk to shift Sergio Ramos out of the way and head towards goal.

FINAL FIVE

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Spanish La Liga

Isco
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Isco tries to drive forward from the halfway line, before being unceremoniously dumped to the grass by Malaga opponent Fernando Tissone. You can't do that. Tissone is booked for his efforts.

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Spanish La Liga

A few groans from the Bernabeu crowd as left-back Marcelo's cross-field pass evades both Dani Carvajal and James Rodriguez. I think they both left it for each other. Madrid will feel they need another goal to see off Malaga's challenge.

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Spanish La Liga

Substitute Ricardo Horta trots on for Malaga and his first task is to take the aforementioned free-kick. But he can't pick out a dark Malaga shirt - instead finding the head of Sergio Ramos who nods clear.

TEN TO GO

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Ten minutes for Madrid to see out this match. Ten minutes for Malaga to nick at least a point. Which way is this game going to swing? It is still in the balance.

Malaga win a free-kick when Toni Kroos sees yellow for a crude hack from behind. The ball is in a central(ish) position about 35 yards out....

CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

PSV 4-1 Heerenveen - PSV are champions

Dutch Eredivisie

PSV have won the Dutch Eredivisie title with five matches to spare. They sealed their 22nd championship with a 4-1 triumph over Heerenveen.

It is the Eindhoven club's first Eredivisie title since 2007-08 and the 22nd title in their history.

CLOSE!

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Cristiano Ronaldo steps back, takes a huge breath and then pauses for thought as he stands over a 25-yard free-kick. It is a tight angle - but he's confident enough to take on the shot. The ball dips and swerves towards the Malaga goal, requiring away keeper Carlos Kameni to beat it clear with a strong left hand.

SUBSTITUTION

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga

Madrid right-back Alvaro Arbeloa was one of the defenders who disappeared for Malaga's goal, now he is disappearing for the evening. The Spain international sees his number on the electronic board as Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti introduces Dani Carvajal in his place.

PSV 4-1 Heerenveen

Dutch Eredivisie

Party time in Eindhoven now. Luciano Narsingh makes it 4-1 and there are only a few minutes left. PSV are heading for their first title since 2008.

Juventus 2-0 Lazio

Italian Serie A

While it is not all plain sailing for Madrid, Juventus's evening is pretty straight forward. The Italian champions are still leading 2-0 as their clash against second-placed Lazio enters four minutes of stoppage time at the end of the first half.

GOAL

Real Madrid 2-1 Malaga - Juanmi (71 mins)

Well, well, well. It is game (back) on! Malaga striker Juanmi is given the freedom of the Madrid box to nod Roberto Rosales's right-wing cross down into the net. Where was the Madrid defence? Only they know...