Ronaldo may not be in the best form of his life at the moment, but does that mean his importance to Real Madrid is fading away?
Barcelona's exhibitionist style penalty may have wowed the world, but not anybody in the city of Madrid. And that's just sheer idiocy not to admire a sporting event such as this one.
Barcelona have the advantage heading into the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup against Sevilla, to be played out on Wednesday at the Camp Nou.
Zidane's appointment as the manager of Real Madrid has brought along some murmurs among the Madrid faithful, but they are mostly good ones.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. take on their city rivals in what is set to be a huge game for both parties.
Jorge Sampaoli is set to be appointed Sevilla manager, and Unai Emery is set to take charge at PSG. It's a manager merry-go-round.
There are reasons why Messi cannot eclipse the same success that he achieves with Barca to his country, Argentina. For starters, the supporting cast is horrendous.
Barcelona's rout of Deportivo La Coruna is mildly suggestive of the idea that they have recovered from their slump in form.