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Live Reporting

Alistair Magowan and Pete Oliver

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    Roma 5-0 Palermo

    Roma's biggest win of the season and they're up to fourth in the table.

    Just two points behind Fiorentina a Champions League place could yet be on the cards.

    Serie A certainly came to our rescue tonight.

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    Edin Dzeko

    A good night for Roma and Dzeko has the perfect finale as the striker heads powerfully home from a Perotti cross. Impressive stuff as Roma chase a Champions League spot.


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Right that's it for now. A report on the game will follow and join us for Atletico's game against Villarreal from 19:00 GMT tonight right here on the BBC Sport website, where they can jump back into second place. 

    See you later. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Malaga move into 10th, while Real slide into second with the same points as Atletico Madrid, who are in action later against Villarreal.

    But they are now nine points behind Barcelona. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    That's it. All over, a well deserved point for Malaga. They've secured two draws against Real this season and maybe blown Real's title charge off course. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Real press again but Sergio Ramos is penalised for a foul as he climbs to head towards goal. A let-off for Malaga. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Real waste no time in getting down the other end and after a deep cross James Rodriguez fires a volley on target but it's straight down the throat of Carlos Kameni. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    The cross comes in low and Ignacio Camacho stoops low to head towards goal but it loops up and is easily cleared. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Marcelo gives away a foul right near his own corner flag. This is chance for Malaga to steal it. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Zinedine Zidane
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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Into stoppage time and there are four added minutes. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Malaga hanging on a bit now. Juanpi goes off as Duda comes on. Carlos Kameni gets a yellow card for time-wasting. Anything left for Real?

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Weligton gets a boot in the face from his own team-mate Raul Albentosa. It shows how much cover they have offered today, both Malaga centre-backs have played well. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Real are probing on the edge of the area, and Luka Modric wants a penalty after he is brought down on the line but the referee is having none of it. 

    Moments later Roque Santa Cruz wastes a chance of a breakaway with a suspect pass which goes out of play. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Duje Cop is off and replace by former Manchester City and Blackburn forward Roque Santa Cruz. He's 34 these days, so not sure he will offer any pace, but let's see what he can do. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Real searching for a winner, and you suspect Malaga would be happy to hang on. Luka Modric feeds Cristiano Ronaldo, but under pressure, he fires his low shot wide of the near post. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    James Rodriguez makes his first contribution after picking the ball up deep on the left. But his cross is easy for Carlos Kameni, who catches easily. 

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    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Another great save by Keylor Navas. Malaga burst down the right and the cross is delivered into the centre where Charles meets it with a firm header and Navas superbly tips it over. Superb play all around. 


    Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid

    Former Malaga player Isco goes off to a warm reception from the home fans and is replaced by James Rodriguez. 


    Bayer Leverkusen 0-1 Borussia Dortmund

    Felix Zwayer leaves the pitch

    It's all over.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goals wins it for second-placed Dortmund.

    But there's sure to be some fall-out following the referee's bust-up with Leverkusen coach Roger Schmidt and the mid-match suspension.