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Neil Johnston

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  1. FULL-TIME

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Not a great advert for Major League Soccer, if I'm honest. Too many fouls, very little quality. Let's hope Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard can bring a touch of class when they arrive at their respective clubs in the summer. Many thanks for your company.

  2. SUBSTITUTION

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    There's seconds left and LA Galaxy make a late change. Midfielder Rafael Garcia is on for goalscorer Bradford Jamieson. Garcia will do well to touch the ball.

  3. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Four minutes of added time. Does anyone want to win this?

  4. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Memo to Steven Gerrard: Stock up on shin pads. You are going to need them.

  5. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Discipline? What discipline? The foul count has gone through the roof. Another needless foul results in another Red Bulls free-kick. Felipe whips it into the danger area but Mike Grella is not quick enough to divert it over the line.

  6. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Long ball pumped forward into the Red Bulls half. Bradford Jamieson gallops forward but he can't get past Matt Miazga. Three minutes of normal time remaining.

  7. YELLOW CARD

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Yellow card count rises to six after two double quick cautions. Galaxy's Robbie Rogers goes into the book for a foul on Dane Richards before Omar Gonzalez gets a yellow as New York set up a free-kick which Sacha Kljestan blasts into the stands.

  8. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Ten minutes remaining. The Red Bulls have come alive. Have they saved their best for last?

  9. SUBSTITUTION

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Dane Richards comes on for Sal Zizzo for the Red Bulls. That's the same Dane Richards who made two appearances for Burnley two years ago.

  10. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Clearly no love lost between these two teams. Dax McCarty has already been booked when he catches Galaxy's Gyasi Zardes late. Red card? The referee isn't interested. McCarty can count himself fortunate.

  11. CLOSE!

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    A chance! Bradley Wright-Phillips makes room for himself inside the Galaxy area but his stinign effort is brilliantly kept out by Jaime Penedo. That's got the home fans out of their seats.

  12. SUBSTITUTION

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Change for LA Galaxy as one veteran replaces another - Edson Buddle on for Alan Gordon.

  13. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Twenty minutes remaining. Very much a game in the balance. Who wants this more?

  14. Post update

    Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard

    The Professional Footballers' Association awards have been handed out today. And there's a Major League Soccer link.

    Steven Gerrard, who is joining LA Galaxy this summer, and New York City FC-bound Frank Lampard shared the PFA Merit award.

    Find out who won what here.

  15. SUBSTITUTION

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    One Leeds United old boy replaces another as Lloyd Sam makes way for Mike Grella.

  16. YELLOW CARD

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Dax McCarty picks up the fourth booking of the match after a cynical challenge on Bradford Jamieson.

  17. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Felipe lets fly from long range after spotting keeper Jaime Penedo off his line but it's high and very wide. Pretty much sums up the match...

  18. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy

    Could that be the turning point? Moments before the equaliser Galaxy went so close to doubling their lead, Gyasi Zardes beating Chris Duvall to whip in a pin-point cross but Alan Gordon could not keep his header down.

  19. GOAL

    New York Red Bulls 1-1 LA Galaxy - Felipe (59 mins)

    Astonishing! Out of the blue the Red Bulls are level as Felipe scores. The Brazilian knows very little about it as the ball cannons off him into the net from close range. It's scruffy, it's scrappy but the home crowd have come alive.

  20. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Disjointed, tetchy...this game is crying out for a moment of quality. Galaxy seem content to sit on their lead. There is absolutely no sign of an equaliser from Red Bulls.

  21. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Another bad-tempered challenge. This time goalscorer Bradford Jamieson clatters Chris Duvall but no card for the LA Galaxy man.

  22. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Plenty of Red Bulls pressure but the hosts are lacking cutting edge. They're also giving the ball away far too easily.

  23. KICK-OFF

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Is New York Red Bulls' unbeaten start to the season about the finish? We're back under way.

  24. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    This is not a thriller. Both teams could only muster one chance on target each in the opening 45 minutes although the Red Bulls did have 61% of the possession.

  25. HALF-TIME

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    I'm not sure Steven Gerrard is still awake at this time. But if he was watching that first half then he is almost certainly feeling sleepy now. Pretty tame stuff from both teams but LA Galaxy have the lead thanks to Bradford Jamieson.

  26. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    One minute of added time.

  27. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Former Leeds player Lloyd Sam ripples Galaxy's side netting from an angle. It's going to require something better than that to worry Bruce Arena's team.

  28. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    If only the Red Bulls had Galaxy's cutting edge...Stefan Ishizaki's chip into the penalty are causes panic and Alan Gordon is sent flying as he attempts an effort. So close for the visitors.

  29. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Plenty of pressure from Red Bulls, who have had the bulk of the player, but there's absolutely no end product. Kemar Lawrence has a cross put behind for a corner. It comes to nothing. And still the band plays on.

  30. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Long distance shot by Galaxy's Stefan Ishizaki which takes out an advertising hoarding.

  31. YELLOW CARD

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    This is getting a bit tetchy. Red Bulls defender Matt Miazga is booked for an ugly challenge on Alan Gordon which leaves the long-haired Galaxy striker withering in agony.

  32. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Big chance for Red Bulls. Chris Duvall bursts into the Galaxy penalty area and sets up a chance for Bradley Wright-Phillips. But the striker dithers on the ball too long and the danger is cleared.

  33. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Lots of trumpets and drums inside the Red Bulls Arena. It's adding to the carnival atmosphere but the hosts have work to do. Bradley Wright-Phillips is at the heart of their best moves but is finiding it hard going.

  34. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Good response by the Red Bulls since falling behind. It's not exactly Premier League pace. More Championship.

  35. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    Galaxy forward Gyasi Zardes is booked in what is a bruising encounter. Felipe whips the free-kick into the danger area but Jaime Penedo punches it away. Lloyd Sam sends in a rebound but Galaxy just about manage to clear.

  36. GREAT SAVE!

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy

    So close to an equaliser. Bradley Wright-Phillips, allowed space and time in the box, looks certain to score from close range after Sacha Kljestan's cross but Jaime Penedo makes a terrific save from point blank range.

  37. GOAL

    New York Red Bulls 0-1 LA Galaxy - Bradford Jamieson (9 mins)

    Bulls eye! The Red Bulls start well but are stunned as USA Under-20 international Bradford Jamieson skins Chris Duvall before a wonderful composed low finish. Steven Gerrard will have been proud of that. His new team are ahead.

  38. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-0 LA Galaxy

    Remember Bradley Wright-Phillips? His Premier League days might be behind him but the 30-year-old won the MLS Golden Boot in 2014 after scoring 27 goals for the Red Bulls. He's made a decent start in this game.

  39. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-0 LA Galaxy

    Lots of empty seats in the 25,000 venue but the atmosphere is good. There's a band inside the ground and they are making a heck of a lot of noise.

  40. Post update

    New York Red Bulls 0-0 LA Galaxy

    No Robbie Keane for LA Galaxy. The skipper has a groin injury and is not risked. There is a strong Leeds United connection, however, in the shape of former Elland Road players Lloyd Sam, who lines up for Red Bulls, and Galaxy's Robbie Rogers.

  41. KICK-OFF

    New York Red Bulls 0-0 LA Galaxy

    And action! We're under way at the Red Bull Arena.

  42. Post update

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    We're moments from kick-off. This game was supposed to start at 22:00 BST. But the national anthem seems to have delayed matters.

  43. LINE-UPS

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    New York Red Bulls XI: Robles, Miazga, Perrinelle, Duvall, Lawrence, McCarty, Felipe, Sam, Kljestan, Zizzo, Wright-Phillips.

    LA Galaxy XI: Penedo, Gargan, Gonzalez, DeLaGarza, Rogers, Ishizaki, Husidic, Juninho, Zardes; Gordon, Jamieson.

  44. "Red Bulls different without Henry"

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    Thierry Henry

    New York Red Bulls were the team to beat when Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill were doing the business for them. But 37-year-old Henry has swapped his boots for the television studio and 35-year-old Cahill is now playing in the Chinese Super League for Shanghai Shenhua.

    "They're definitely different without Henry," says Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena. "They don't have any Henrys on the field and neither do we. Henry is one of the great players in football. I don't care what age he was, he was still a tremendous player. They don't have those qualities, but they have a team that works real hard."

  45. Post update

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    Steven Gerrard is five matches away from ending his illustrious Liverpool career and moving to America to play for Los Angeles Galaxy. So just what can the former England midfielder expect? We're about to find out. Galaxy against New York Red Bulls is coming up.

  46. From Liverpool to this...

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    Manhattan Beach California

    All year sunshine and blue skies, miles and miles of golden sands, surfers paradise, hefty pay packet...so, Steven Gerrard, what was it that tempted you to move to California?

  47. Post update

    New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy

    Right, we're switching our attention to across the Atlantic. Get your hot dogs, burgers, cola and beer now. New York Red Bulls against LA Galaxy is about to begin.

  48. Fans hurt in derby trouble

    Italian Serie A

    Torino fans

    At least 10 Torino fans were injured when a paper banger exploded during the home derby against Juventus on Sunday. The missile was thrown from the Juventus end in the first half and caused splinters from seats to injure home supporters - a second explosive thrown later on hurt another fan.

    Before the match, hundreds of Torino fans threw objects including bottles, eggs and stones at the Juve team bus. Torino won 2-1 to earn their first derby victory in 20 years.

  49. Post update

    French Ligue 1

    Lyon return to the top of Ligue 1 after a 4-2 win away to Reims. Another title race that looks as though it is going down to the wire.

  50. Post update

    Italian Serie A

    Rafael Benitez's Napoli have defeated Sampdoria 4-2, with Gonzalo Higuain scoring two and making one of the goals.

  51. FULL-TIME

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Real Madrid move to within two points of leaders Barcelona after a pulsating game. The La Liga title race rolls on...

  52. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Tempers boiling over in the closing stages. Toni Kroos is on the ground in pain after a challenge. Three minutes of added time.

  53. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    They might be heading for defeat but credit for Celta Vigo. They have contributed to a thoroughly entertaining game and given Real a scare or two. Their next game? Malaga at home on Wednesday.

  54. SUBSTITUTION

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Is Carlo Ancelotti shutting up shop? Midfielder James Rodriguez is replaced by defender Alvaro Arbeloa.

  55. SUBSTITUTION

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Another Real change - striker Jese for Isco. Eight minutes or so for Real to get their 100th La Liga goal of the campaign.

  56. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Celta won't go quietly. More problems for the Real defence but Nolito is unable to get firm contact on a cross and a chance goes begging.

  57. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Real Madrid have scored four goals and Cristiano Ronaldo has not got one of them. They need one more to make it 100 for the season in La Liga. Will CR7 do the honours?

  58. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    That goal has taken the wind out of Celta. The crowd has gone quiet. Real are around 15 minutes away from moving to within two points of leaders Barcelona.

  59. SUBSTITUTION

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    Hernandez is not going to get his hat-trick. Real have a game against Almeria on Wednesday and 'Chicharito' is replaced by Pepe.

  60. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid

    What a week for Javier Hernandez. The on-loan Manchester United signing destroyed Atletico Madrid's Champions League dream and now he's bagged another two against Celta. Penny for Louis van Gaal's thoughts right now.

  61. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid - Javier Hernandez

    Javier Hernandez

    Brilliant by Javier Hernandez and surely that's it for Celta Vigo. Sergio Ramos pumps a long ball forward and the Mexican is on it in double quick time before a composed low finish.

  62. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    The goals have dried up but it is still enthralling viewing. Celta will not give up. Surely the men in light blue are going to run out of steam soon?

  63. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Carlo Ancelotti is already looking at his watch. Bad news for the Italian. There's still another 25 minutes to go. Celta are coming again and Jonny has a crack from distance.

  64. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Real are defending for their lives. A Celta corner is only just hacked clear before the visitors burst forward on the counter. Manchester United players past and present combine to set up an opening - Javier Hernandez blazing over after good work by Cristiano Ronaldo.

  65. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Isco

    It's frantic, helter-skelter, 100mph stuff. Isco has a chance to open up a two-goal cushion but is denied by the keeper... and here come Celta.

  66. PENALTY APPEAL

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    It's all happening. Fabian Orellana goes sprawling inside the Real area after a challenge by Toni Kroos. The referee isn't interested and instantly becomes public enemy No 1 in the Balaidos.

  67. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Celta are great to watch. Full of energy, creative and love to attack.

  68. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    It's all Celta. Real have yet to get going this half and the hosts look more than capable of scoring again. Fabian Orellana wins a home corner after his 20-yard drive flies off a Madrid boot and behind.

  69. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Alarm bells ringing in the Real defence as Santi Mina finds himself through but the youngster tries to lob Iker Casillas and gets it horribly wrong. More goals to come in this game. Mark my words.

  70. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    OptaJose: Nolito is the first Spanish player to have reached double figures of goals and assists in La Liga this season (10 goals, 11 assists).

  71. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    They were playing the theme tune to the A-Team as the players emerged. Celta need a hero to step forward. Will it be Nolito?

  72. KICK-OFF

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Real Madrid need two to reach a century of La Liga goals. Will they do it in the next 45 minutes? Back under way.

  73. Post update

    Italian Serie A

    Gonzalo Higuain

    Napoli, who were trailing, have scored three times in the space of 16 minutes and lead Sampdoria 3-1. Still 40 minutes or so to go.

  74. Bayern Munich clinch Bundesliga title

    German Bundesliga

    Bayern Munich have clinched their third consecutive Bundesliga title courtesy of Wolfsburg's 1-0 loss to Borussia Monchengladbach. Pep Guardiola's side beat Hertha Berlin 1-0 on Saturday to put them within sight of the title.

    Wolfsburg had to beat Gladbach, who move up to third, to make Bayern wait another week for their 25th title, but lost to an injury-time Max Kruse goal. Treble-chasing Bayern are in the Champions League and German Cup semis.

    Let's hope Pep manages to celebrate without splitting his trousers.

  75. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty

    Is Carlo Ancelotti right for Real? Where's next and why?

    John Davies: Ancelotti is a proven winner and should be given another season whatever happens. La liga is becoming more competitive.

    AlaskaPa: I believe Ancelotti could win Real the Champions League again if they give him time.

    Usmanabba16: Ancelotti is a proven winner, only few can match his record, why replace him?

  76. Champagne still on ice for Juve

    Italian Serie A

    Torino v Juventus

    Earlier on Sunday, Torino came from behind to beat runaway leaders Juventus to secure their first Turin derby victory for 20 years. Juve would have wrapped up a fourth consecutive title with a win, coupled with a Lazio defeat, and led when Andrea Pirlo curled home a free-kick.

    Matteo Darmian levelled in style as he chipped the ball into the box with his first touch from a cross and lashed home with his second. And Fabio Quagliarella tapped home against his old club for a famous win.

    Juventus will be crowned champions of Italy for the 31st time with five games remaining if they defeat Fiorentina on Wednesday and secon-placed Lazio lose at home to struggling Parma on the same night.

  77. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty

    MBEHAN: Javier Hernandez sent out on loan to Real Madrid and doing well, Radamel Falcao brought in on the most expensive loan deal in history.

  78. HALF-TIME

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid

    Pulsating. Five goals yet Real lead by just one. More of the same please after the interval.

  79. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 2-3 Real Madrid - James Rodriguez

    James Rodriguez

    It's raining goals at the Balaidos. James Rodriguez puts Real in front for the second time with a shot which takes a huge deflection off Andreu Fontas and rollls over the line. A huge slice of luck but Carlos Ancelotti won't care.

  80. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo is through on goal. Surely this is goal No 30 in La Liga this season for the Portuguese. He takes a quick glance after bursting into the Celta area before shooting... the ball coming back off the post. So close.

  81. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid

    Celta's Joaquin Larrivey is wearing what looks like a swimming cap on his head. It follows a clash of heads between the Argentine forward and Sergio Ramos. Larrivey seems inspired by the head gear. He's been prodding and probing the Real defence without any reward.

  82. Post update

    Reims 1-3 Lyon

    French Ligue 1

    Clinton Njie

    It's 3-1 to Lyon now against Reims as Clinton N'Jie sweeps home Henri Bedimo's cross with a first-time finish.

  83. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo
  84. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid

    We're due another goal and it's Real on the attack once again. Cristiano Ronaldo loves scoring against Celta but, despite an assist, he is still awaiting his first serious scoring chance.

  85. Post update

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid

    It's not often a team scores two or more goals in a La Liga game against Real. Barcelona were the last team to do it in March. Credit to Celta.

  86. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 2-2 Real Madrid - Santi Mina

    Santi Mina

    Amazing! Celta level through Santi Mina after the 19-year-old's initial shot comes back off the post and he buries the rebound. Real are shell-shocked. This is a belting match.

  87. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 1-2 Real Madrid - Javier Hernandez

    Javier Hernandez

    Javier Hernandez's season has come alive. Real's midweek goal hero finds the net again after a wonderful one-two opens up the Celta defence and allows the on-loan Manchester United player to produce a low finish past Sergio Alvarez. This game has turned upside down.

  88. Post update

    Celta Vigo 1-1 Real Madrid

    Real need another four to reach a century of La Liga goals this season. Will they get them tonight?

  89. Post update

    Celta Vigo 1-1 Real Madrid

    Great timing from Toni Kroos. That was only the German's second goal of the season. Real have come alive with Ronaldo looking particularly menacing.

  90. GOAL

    Reims 1-2 Lyon

    French Ligue 1

    Alexandre Lacazette

    Lyon lead 2-0 in Reims as Alexandre Lacazette fired home at the far post following a cross. The France international is up to 26 Ligue 1 goals this season.

    But Reims have pulled one back through Alexi Peuget's deflected effort.

  91. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 1-1 Real Madrid - Toni Kroos

    Toni Kroos

    First serious Real attack brings an equaliser. Cristiano Ronaldo does all the hard work as he whips the ball across the face of Celta's six-yard area. It is poked clear by a light blue shirt but the clearance lands at the feet of Toni Kroos who lashes home from 16 yards. Game on.

  92. Post update

    Celta Vigo 1-0 Real Madrid

    That goal has really put the cat amongst the pigeons. Real have been poor by their usual high standards so far. Celta's keeper has yet to be seriously tested.

  93. Post update

    Celta Vigo 1-0 Real Madrid

    Comical scenes just before Nolito's goal as Sergio Ramos was scampering back to try and make a challenge with one boot in his hand after it had come undone.

  94. GOAL

    Celta Vigo 1-0 Real Madrid - Nolito

    Huge cheers from Celta's fans - and in Barcelona - after a brillaint individual goal by Nolito. The Spanish midfielder skips between two Real defenders inside the area before wrong-footing Iker Casillas with a low finish. Tremendous.

  95. Post update

    Celta Vigo 0-0 Real Madrid

    Are Real suffering from a midweek Champions League hangover? The visitors have hardly got going and Carlo Ancelotti is out of his seat barking instructions.

  96. GOAL

    Reims 0-1 Lyon

    French Ligue 1

    Lyon need to beat Reims to go top of Ligue 1 - and they lead within two minutes through Corentin Tolisso's header from a few inches out.

  97. Post update

    Celta Vigo 0-0 Real Madrid

    Huge roar as Cristiano Ronaldo is dispossessed by a light blue shirt. Celta are up for this. Real, in their all black strip, have hardly ventured outside their own half.

  98. Post update

    Celta Vigo 0-0 Real Madrid

    And we're under way in the Balaidos.

  99. Post update

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Impressive welcome by a sell-out 30,000 Celta crowd as the players climb what seems an endless number of steps before emerging on the pitch. We're ready for kick-off.

  100. LINE-UPS

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Celta Vigo XI: Sergio, Mallo, Cabral, Fontas, Jonny, Augusto, Krohn-Dehli, Orellana, Mina, Nolito, Larrivey.

    Real Madrid XI: Casillas, Carvajal, Varane, Marcelo, Ramos, Kroos, Isco, Illarra, Rodriguez, Ronaldo, Hernandez.

  101. Dangerous Celta

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Celta Vigo

    Celta Vigo might be ninth in La Liga but they have already put Barcelona to the sword this season. Watch out Real...

  102. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty

    Is Carlo Ancelotti right for Real? Where's next and why?

    Kindinu Kakumba: I believe Carlo Ancelotti is the right man to steer Real Madrid forward, he has worked wonders at the Bernabeu.

    John McEnerney: Carlo knows he's not going to be there next season. He should head back to AC Milan and try to get some respectability back to Serie A.

  103. "Ancelotti's future uncertain"

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti

    BBC Sport Spanish football writer Andy West on Carlos Ancelotti's future at Real: "The Italian remains popular with his players due to the mature and sensible manner of his dealings with them, treating them as grown-ups, talking to them as equals and keeping any personal criticisms firmly in-house.

    "And last season's Champions League triumph, followed by a club record 22 wins earlier this season, also earned the former Chelsea boss a decent amount of leeway with the demanding Madrid fans and media.

    "Although Ancelotti's future beyond the end of the season remains uncertain, with neither he nor club president Florentino Perez prepared to state that he will stay, at least he will be able to go about his job with a greater degree of calm."

  104. Post update

    Napoli 0-0 Sampdoria

    Italian Serie A

    There's a big game near the top of Serie A as Rafael Benitez's Napoli, fresh from reaching the semi-finals of the Europa League, entertain Sampdoria, who are one place and three points behind the hosts in fifth spot. That match has just kicked-off and we'll bring you news of goals as and when.

  105. Seven-year itch

    Reims v Lyon (20:00 BST)

    French Ligue 1

    It is seven years since Lyon won Ligue 1 but Les Gones will replace Paris St-Germain on goal difference at the top of the table with four games remaining if they win at struggling Reims. Lyon's squad features 35-year-old former Fulham, Tottenham and Sunderland midfielder Steed Malbranque. We'll bring you updates from France.

  106. Coming up

    USA flag

    As well as bringing you top of the table action in Spain, we're crossing the Atlantic for some late night Major League Soccer action to see how LA Galaxy, who are getting ready to welcome Steven Gerrard, get on against New York Red Bulls in New Jersey.

  107. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty

    Carlo Ancelotti has steered Real Madrid to Champions League glory, the Copa del Rey, Fifa Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup since taking over in June 2013. Yet there is speculation the Italian could be replaced at the Bernabeu in the summer if Real end the season trophy-less. Is Ancelotti the right man for Real? Where should he go next and why? Tweet #bbceurofooty, text 81111 (uk only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook or BBC Sport Google+ pages.

  108. Team news

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Gareth Bale is still recovering from a calf injury and misses out, with Carlo Ancelotti making two changes from the side that started the Champions League quarter-final win over Atletico in midweek. In come Brazilian defender Marcelo and midfielder Asier Illarramendi. Javier Hernandez, on loan from Manchester United, makes only his third La Liga start after scoring the winner in midweek.

    Celta Vigo include striker Joaquin Larrivey, who scored the winner against Barcelona at the Nou Camp back in November.

  109. Must-win game for Real

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    La Liga

    Almost a year on Carlo Ancelotti's men return to the Balaidos knowing a repeat of last season's outcome will all but end this season's title hopes. Barcelona's 2-0 win at Espanyol on Saturday means Real trail the leaders by five points. There are five games remaining after this weekend. Quite simply, this is a must-win for the Champions League semi-finalists.

  110. History to repeat itself?

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid (20:00 BST)

    Celta Vigo v Real Madrid

    The date is the 11 May 2014. Real Madrid are in a three-way battle with neighbours Atletico and Barcelona for the La Liga title. Carlo Ancelotti's men arrive in Vigo requiring a win to keep alive hopes of being crowned champions of Spain. Beginning the penultimate round of matches four points behind leaders Atletico, Real fall to defeat as Celta's Brazilian striker Charles scores two goals.

    Will history repeat itself?

  111. Vigo... a city littered with bad memories for Real

    Vigo

    Vigo. A sprawling coastal city in north-west Spain. A place boasting expensive yachts and fine beaches. A destination for cruise liners touring the Atlantic coast of Europe. A place littered with painful memories for Real Madrid...