After Real Madrid scored more than 100 goals last season, everyone expected them to better that tally this season under Mourinho. But unfortunately, that hasn't been the case. Find out why!
Another week of Spanish football continued with plenty of action, drama and upsets along with some routine wins for the top teams. TheHardTackle comes up with a round-up of week #5 from the World Champion’s national league.
Before traveling to France on Tuesday to face Auxerre in the UCL, Real Madrid will be traveling to Valencia to clash against Levante and maintain their position as leaders. TheHardTackle previews of the game.
With Lionel Messi missing, FC Barcelona is bound to lose some sheen in their attack. But the likes of David Villa and Andres Iniesta should be able to cope with the loss. Read more about FCB's upcoming fixture..
Real Madrid take on their Enemy's enemy Espanyol at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night as they look to latch on to go on top of the table for momentarily at least.
Week 3 wasn't about surprises, but expected results. The most shocking news being the injury to Lionel Messi. Read more.
Atletico Madrid have always provided tough resistance to Barca. Can the champions successfully evade the hurdle this season?
Real Madrid go on a trip to face Real Sociedad at a hostile Anoeta stadium and will be looking to come away with a win. THT takes a look at what to expect from the game.
FC Barcelona succumbed to the Hérculeans. What can be the reason? Did the Blanquiazules outdo themselves or is it just a shunt in the Catalan's way to win their third consecutive La Liga?
The second week of Spanish La Liga produced some exciting matches. While Champions Barcelona were humbled by Hercules, Real Madrid secured their first win of the season. TheHardTackle reviews the weekend actions...