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  1. Morata after 53 seconds, Rodriguez (2), Vazquez, Isco & Casemiro for Real against Deportivo
  2. Barca went three points clear by crushing Osasuna 7-1
  3. Messi, Alcacer & Gomes score two each, plus Mascherano for Barca
  4. German Cup: Borussia Dortmund beat Bayern 3-2 to set up final with Frankfurt
  5. French Cup: Paris St-Germain beat Monaco 5-0 to set up final with Angers

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By Jonathan Jurejko

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Real Madrid win

Phew, time for a breather. What a night. Goals, goals and more goals.

Barcelona thrash Osasuna (and help relegate them in the process) to move three points clear, Madrid peg back them back with a tanking of their own.

And Paris St-Germain and Borussia Dortmund both beat their biggest rivals to book places in domestic cup finals.

Told you it would be fun. Thanks for your company!

La Liga title race

As it stands

La Liga

La Liga title race

So the maths are simple: Madrid will win the title if they win their remaining five matches.

The football is not likely to be as simple.

An away derby for Barcelona, while Sevilla and Celta Vigo won't roll over for Madrid.

Madrid's title run-in

Valencia (h)

Granada (a)

Sevilla (h)

Malaga (a)

Celta Vigo (a)

Barca's title run-in

Espanyol (a)

Villarreal (h)

Las Palmas (a)

Eibar (h)

Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane made nine changes from the side which lost El Clasico on Sunday, but his decision - made with more than half an eye on next week's Champions League semi-final against Atletico - has been fully vindicated.

Madrid move back level on 78 points with Barca, who lead because of their superior head-to-head record.


Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

Who needs Ronaldo? Or Bale? Or Ramos? Or Kroos?

The Madrid kids do alright.


Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

Three more minutes of punishment for Depor.


Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

Madrid stick the ball into the net AGAIN, walking it in through young sub Mariano Diaz. But he was allowed to walk it in because the offside flag was already up. Wrongly, as it turns out.

Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

That's a goal at an average of roughly every six minutes in our two La Liga games.

Is it a double goal-bonus week?

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Madrid add a late sixth

Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid

Eight goals in the Barca game, eight goals in the Madrid game.

Los Merengues add a sixth with Casemiro's long-range shot almost apologetically flying past the Deportivo keeper.

GOAL - Deportivo La Coruna 2-6 Real Madrid


Go on then...

Deportivo La Coruna 2-5 Real Madrid

Any more goals? Have we had enough? 

Joselu heads in late consolation

Deportivo La Coruna 2-5 Real Madrid

We jest. Deportivo are already buried. But Stoke legend* Joselu narrows the gap with a firm downward header from a clipped left-wing cross.

* OK, legend is stretching it

GOAL - Deportivo La Coruna 2-5 Real Madrid



Deportivo La Coruna 1-5 Real Madrid

Ten minutes left. Ten minutes too long for Deportivo.


Deportivo La Coruna 1-5 Real Madrid

And that is virtually Isco's final involvement. He is given a well-earned breather, as is Marco Asensio, to a warm round of applause from the travelling Madridistas.

Isco also receives a hug from Zinedine Zidane. Now that has got to be one of the highest accolades you could ever receive...

Five alive for Madrid

Deportivo La Coruna 1-5 Real Madrid

Isco is starting to look like the player we thought he would be a couple of years ago. And he caps a superb performance with a superb finish. A deflected cross from the right falls invitingly into his path after he busts a gut to support his team-mates. And the ball sits up nicely for the Spain international to ping in a crisp half-volley.

GOAL - Deportivo La Coruna 1-5 Real Madrid



Deportivo La Coruna 1-4 Real Madrid

Into the final 15. Madrid heading back level on points with Barca. A damage limitation exercise for Deportivo now.

Deportivo La Coruna 1-4 Real Madrid

This can only get worse for Deportivo. Real Madrid continue to look the likeliest to score, as they dictate the pace of the game.

Impressive result is this, considering the pressure after the Clasico defeat and because Barca lost here the other week.

Allez Paris!

Paris St-Germain 5-0 Monaco

A youthful Monaco side made changes with half an eye on next week's Champions League semi-final, but that should not detract from a clinical performance.

PSG, who are still chasing a third successive domestic treble, go back to the French capital for the final.

Unai Emery's men will play Angers, who reached their first French Cup final in 60 years, on 27 May at the Stade de France.

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Paris St-Germain 5-0 Monaco

Easy peasy for PSG. The holders move into the Coupe de France final by thrashing the team which leads them in the Ligue 1 title race.

Five goals, five different scorers. Julian Draxler, Edinson Cavani, Safwan Mbae (OG), Blaise Matuidi and Marquinhos all bagged.

James bags his second

Deportivo La Coruna 1-4 Real Madrid

Breathing space for Real Madrid. Alvaro Morata rounds the Deportivo keeper when he is put clean through, the angle is tight so he waits, picking out James Rodriguez.

The Colombia midfielder takes a touch before firing in. Job done.

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GOAL - PSG 5-0 Monaco


Well, as if you needed telling, this one's all over. 

Paris St-Germain are heading into the French Cup final with an emphatic win over their closest domestic rivals. 

Marquinhos with the flourish at the last.

GOAL - Deportivo La Coruna 1-4 Real Madrid

James Rodriguez

There you go.

Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane puffs out his cheeks as he sighs in frustration. The Real Madrid boss will be wanting his vastly-changed side to put this game to bed, pronto.

Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

Madrid starting to crank it up again. Substitute Deportivo keeper Tyton is needed to tip another Alvaro Morata shot around the left-hand post, Nacho flicking a header wide from the resulting corner.

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Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

What has Marco Asensio not got? Speed, vision, control...he looks excellent. The Madrid youngster cuts through the Depor defence like a hot knife through butter, looking up to pick out Luccas Vasquez oin his right shoulder.

Vasquez drills a low shot first time, only to see it crash into the side-netting.

Marco Asensio
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Bartra eyes final

Bayern Munich 2-3 Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund defender Marc Bartra, who was injured in the bomb attack on the team bus earlier this month, will be hoping to return for the final...

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Dortmund knock out Bayern

Bayern Munich 2-3 Borussia Dortmund

Bayern will be wondering how they lost that semi-final. That's two cup exits inside a week for Carlo Ancelotti's team. At least they are romping the Bundesliga, eh.

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Bayern Munich 2-3 Borussia Dortmund

What a game. Borussia Dortmund gain a measure of revenge for losing to Bayern Munich in last year's final.

Thomas Tuchel's side have reached the German Cup final for the fourth time in a row - a new record.

Dortmund will play Eintracht Frankfurt in the final next month.

Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

A quiet start to the second half. Madrid are trying to reassert their control by keeping Depor at arm's length, knocking the ball around near the halfway line.

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Paris St-Germain 4-0 Monaco

PSG have stuck on cruise control. The holders are bringing off their key men now with job virtually done, Edinson Cavani follows Thiago Motta in putting his feet up in the dug-out.

Time for a rest before PSG try to haul back Monaco in the league.

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Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

Ready for another 45 minutes? Excellent.

Deportivo get us rolling. The home side have made a couple of half-time changes with keeper German Lux, who took a whack in the face midway through the first half, going off along with Gael Kakuta.

'Win boosts us all'

Barcelona 7-1 Osasuna

Spanish La Liga


Barcelona moved three points at the top of La Liga - for a couple of hours at least - despite resting a few key players against Osasuna.

It didn't matter.

"We had the chance to use a lot of players that have played fewer minutes," said Barca boss Luis Enrique. 

"It is a game that boosts those individuals, the team as a whole and gives us hope for the end of the season." 

Osasuna relegated

Leganes 3-0 Las Palmas

Spanish La Liga

Osasuna's misery is complete. About an hour after they were thumped 7-1 at Barcelona, La Liga's bottom club have been relegated.

The drop has been confirmed after Leganes eased to a 3-0 home win against Las Palmas.

The coach trip back to Pamplona will be a quiet one for the Osasuna players...

GOAL - Bayern Munich 2-3 Borussia Dortmund

Ousmane Dembele

Forget extra time! 

Borussia Dortmund rob Phillip Lahm and break clear to Ousmane Demeble, who is composure personified as he drags away from his marker, onto his left foot, and curls home a beauty of a finish into the top corner. 

What a turnaround! Just over 15 to play...

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Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

Anddddd....relax. Another breathless half of football in La Liga.

Madrid are on course to move back level on points with leaders Barca.

GOAL - Deportivo La Coruna 1-3 Real Madrid

Lucas Vasquez

Sucker punch. Just as Deportivo's decent attack looked like they could haul Madrid level, their dodgy defence opens up like a ripe melon.

Isco dances through the away defence, plays in Marcelo, who drills across to Lucas Vasquez for the easiest of tap-ins.