Cristiano Ronaldo surpasses Jimmy Greaves for goal record

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Real Madrid are three points ahead of Barcelona, but the Catalans have the better head-to-head record after drawing 1-1 at the Nou Camp and winning 3-2 at the Bernabeu.

Cristiano Ronaldo surpassed Jimmy Greaves to become the all-time leading scorer across the top five European league as he scored a brace against Celta Vigo last night in La Liga.

In a odd twist of fate, Real Madrid will be forced to pay Sunday's opponents Malaga €1m if they win La Liga this weekend.

And the Portugal star gave coach Zidane the thumbs up for his effective management of a squad which he believes has a good blend of youth and experience.

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Greaves, who was retrospectively awarded a World Cup winner's medal after missing out on a final appearance with England in 1966, plundered the bulk of his goals for Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham, also spending time in Italy with AC Milan.

"But I am doing well and helping the team with goals at the moment, so I am happy".

Real then head to Cardiff for the Champions League final against a Juventus side aiming to complete a treble this season.

"Misses aren't normal for me, but I'm human and I can miss sometimes". "We did that, and we scored". Malaga will be as tough as this game but we're very motivated.

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Once again Ronaldo made the difference as he took his tally to 13 goals in his last eight games with early strikes in each half.

Zinedine Zidane: "The Celta team that will play in Vigo are going to come out as professionals, as they have to".

Both sides started positively, with Sisto causing problems for the Madrid defence on two occasions. "We have been at this for nine months, with some difficulties at times, against very good rivals".

"All you have to do is play it to him and around the box and he does the rest".

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The team had a shot at the double last season, but failed in the home league and triumphed in the Champions League. "We have to keep going until the end". Celtistas may well, as the club letter says, "make room for pride and hope" - but even for the most-hardened of supporters, and indeed Barca fans everywhere, turning over the mighty Real Madrid may just be one dream too many.

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