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Summary

  1. Real secure club record run of 35 matches unbeaten
  2. Ramos heads Madrid winner in injury time
  3. Real were trailing 2-1 with six minutes remaining
  4. Depor sub Joselu scored twice in three minutes

Live Reporting

By Mike Whalley

All times stated are UK

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    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    So that's 35 matches unbeaten in all competitions for Real Madrid - a new club record.

    To mark the occasion, I've been asking you all evening for your team's greatest feat. I've saved the big one until last.

    Dan Langan: Beating Linton-on-Ouse 4-2 in our first ever league match - a proud moment for Dinamo Megahorse back in 2009.

    Goodnight all.

  2. How they stand

    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Victory restores Real's six-point lead at the top of La Liga before they head off to Japan for the Club World Cup. Zinedine Zidane must be feeling pretty chipper right now.

    La Liga
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    Dave Wood: Ramos with the late late show again. Scenes.

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    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Or, to be more precise, what a second half. To be honest, you could have spent the opening 45 minutes posting selfies on Snapchat and not missed a great deal. The second 45, though, was terrific.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    No... Guess who's back to clear the ball? Alvaro Morata. Proposed to his girlfriend during the week, opened the scoring tonight, and has the last word. What a game.

    Real celebrate
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    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Deportivo win a corner, though. One last chance?

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    Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    What a turnaround that is. Real looked beaten with six minutes left. But they found a way. And Zinedine Zidane's selection - which has looked questionable at times tonight - has been vindicated.

  8. GOAL - Real Madrid 3-2 Deportivo

    Sergio Ramos

    Told you there was a twist in this. And what a twist. It's Sergio Ramos again - the man whose late equaliser at Barcelona seven days ago preserved the unbeaten record. The captain rises to power in the corner with a terrific header, and history is made. Surely it is.

    Sergio Ramos
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    Real Madrid 2-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    A painful moment for keeper Przemyslaw Tyton, as he flies to tip away Alvaro Morata's header, and collides with the post. He's OK after treatment, but it's a corner...

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    Real Madrid 2-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Five minutes of stoppage time. Still a twist in this yet, you know.

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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    In amid all of that, Sergio Ramos was booked. He will miss Real's next La Liga match, which will not be until the New Year.

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    Real Madrid 2-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Drama! Sergio Ramos climbs high to meet a cross at the far post, and Przemyslaw Tyton has to fling himself across goal to push the ball away. There's a collision in the aftermath of that, and then suddenly it's 2am outside the kebab shop as Alvaro Morata tangles with Sidnei, and everyone else piles in. In the distance, a voice shouts: "Leave him, Alvaro, he's not worth it!"

  13. GOAL - Real Madrid 2-2 Deportivo

    Mariano Diaz

    And they do equalise! What a moment that is for the young Dominican forward Mariano, who rises to glance in Lucas Vazquez's right-wing cross for his first La Liga goal. A big moment for the striker, who has scored four times for the club in the Copa del Rey this season. Big finish in store now. Chaaaaaaaarrrrrrrge!

    Mariano Diaz
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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    On that note, Babel leaves us, and Turkish midfielder Faycal Fajr is on to try to help Deportivo see this out. Marcelo has replaced Danilo for Real.

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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Deportivo on the break, and it's Ryan Babel charging forward. Danilo slides into the challenge just outside the penalty area and does not get the ball. The referee feels that the former Liverpool man goes to ground too easily, and gives nowt. Last 10 minutes.

    Ryan Babel
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    Patrick Sopp: November 2006 - Southend United beating the great Manchester United 1-0, thanks to Freddy Eastwood's freekick.

    We've been asking you for your team's greatest feat as Real Madrid try to set a club record of 35 games unbeaten - but are Deportivo about to deny them?

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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    And a change for Deportivo too. Pedro Mosquera, a defensive midfielder, is on for Florin Andone, a striker. Think we can see what the visitors' game plan is from here. And who can blame them?

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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    Zinedine Zidane tries to mix things up a little for Real. Isco is taken off, and Mariano Diaz is on in his place.

    Zinedine Zidane
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    Real Madrid 1-2 Deportivo La Coruna

    It's getting physical out there now. Alvaro Morata is clipped off the ball by Raul Albentosa, gets frustrated and gives the former Derby man a shove. Then he confronts Sidnei as well, and gives him a little push in the chest. The referee, unimpressed by such histrionics, shows a yellow card to the Real striker, who is a much grumpier man than he was 20 minutes ago.