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Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Hasta luego!

    Real Madrid 3-3 Las Palmas

    Well, thanks for trying to keep up with the events of these past four hours.

    Eventful eh?

    Until the weekend - if you can stand the drama.


    Real Madrid 3-3 Las Palmas

    It's all over.

    Bale sent off.

    Las Palmas were 3-1 up.

    Ronaldo scores twice.

    Real draw 3-3.

    All that means is that Barcelona remain top of La Liga by a point after their 6-1 win over Sporting Gijon earlier.

    Oh and then the Catalan club announced coach Luis Enrique was leaving at the end of the season.

    The End.

    Bale reacts to being sent off
  3. Post update

    Real Madrid 3-3 Las Palmas

    They were 2-0 down against Villarreal on Sunday and fought back to win.

    They were 3-1 down here and are now 3-3.

    First the penalty. It took a while to be given.

    Javi Castellano was judged to have hanballed although he didn't seem to have much time to move his hands out of the way as the ball was driven in by James Rodriguez.

    The ref wasn't going to give it until the linesman raised his flag.

    Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up to fire in. He then collected the ball and ran back to the centre-spot.

    Moments later, the world player of the year head in after a great delivery from the right.

    It's 3-3.

    The Bernabeu can scarcely believe what it has seen tonight.

    Ronaldo scores
  4. GOAL - Real Madrid 3-3 Las Palmas

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Yup. They've done it again.

  5. GOAL - Real Madrid 2-3 Las Palmas

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Real have previous.


    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas


    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    David Simon blocks efforts from Karim Benzema and then Cristiano Ronaldo in succession.

    Very good defending.

    Moments later, keeper Jari Varas keeps out a Karim Benzema effort.

    Oh hang on...

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Las Palmas' Jese has been brilliant in attack.

    On this occasion he forces a low save from Keylor Navas with the rasping low angled drive.

    Cristiano Ronaldo goes into the book for seemingly diving in the Las Palmas area as a free-kick is played in.

    It's just not his night.

  9. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    The home side look very likely to concede again.

    What a game!

  10. Get Involved #bbceurofooty

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Seth Gogo Egoeh: I don't see how Zidane will keep his job if they don't win the league this season. But that was daft from Bale. Crazy stuff! 

    Do you want to give Zizou his P45 too?

  11. WHAT A MISS!

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    .....and the Frenchman arrives to fire Lucas Vazquez's low square ball over the bar from 10 yards out.

    He should have scored.

  12. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Karim Benzema and Luka Modric are on by the way.


    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Cristiano Ronaldo plays in Alvaro Morata, whose dancing feet sees him beat two defenders before slotting in.

    But the ref whistles.

    What for Fernandez Borbalan?

    It seems either for a Ronaldo foul or offside.

    This match!

    Ronaldo reacts

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    "My work here is done," says goalscorer Kevin-Prince Boateng as he strides to the touchline and is replaced by Mateo Garcia. 

  15. Fact

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Las Palmas have not won away from home since the opening weekend of the season.

  16. CHANCES!!!

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Right. Not much time to rest typing fingers.

    Sergio Ramos crashes a shot against the bar from close range.

    The Gran Canarians then break - Jese is played in and his bending shot is pushed away by Keylor Navas.

    Extraordinary. That was nearly number four.

  17. What is happening?!

    Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Luis Enrique fancy changing your mind?

    Kevin-Prince Boateng, who enjoys the spotlight, chases a long ball with Marcelo.

    For some inexplicable reason keeper Keylor Navas comes out of his goal misses the ball allowing the ex-Tottenham and Portsmouth man to slot in.

  18. GOAL - Real Madrid 1-3 Las Palmas

    Kevin-Prince Boateng

    Seriously mate.

  19. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-2 Las Palmas

    Terrible penalty.

    Jonathan Viera - you know, the guy who was involved in the Gareth Bale sending off - produces a tame kick from the spot down the centre.

    Keeper Keylor Navas is already diving and manages to get his trailing foot to the effort but hooks the ball high into the roof rather than away from his goal.

    Las Palmas have lost their previous four. Just saying.

    Viera scores
  20. GOAL - Real Madrid 1-2 Las Palmas

    Jonathan Viera