Ronaldo could take Madrid to brink of title in Celta Vigo

Ronaldo could take Madrid to brink of title in Celta Vigo

His side will be aiming for the three points which should make the last game of the season a lot less testing on the nerves.

The results of face-to-face meetings between these teams remain on the side of Real Madrid, behind which there were 3 victories in the last five games against Celta.

Real Madrid travel to play Celta Vigo away in what could be the defining moment of their La Liga football season on Wednesday night.

In-form striker Cristiano Ronaldo will try to take Real Madrid to the brink of the Spanish title on Wednesday against Celta Vigo.

Shrugging off questions on the futures of James Rodriguez and Keylor Navas, players linked with departures from Madrid by reports in Spain, Zidane said the team were focused on the clash in Vigo.

A win or a draw in the match postponed from February because of bad weather will move Madrid past Barcelona into first place going into the weekend's final round of matches.

Head coach Zinedine Zidane has employed a rotation policy in recent weeks to keep his star players fit for key matches in the Champions League and the LaLiga title race.

However, Real Madrid home in this championship lost only once and then Barcelona.

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Real Madrid made an appeal to the RFEF as the club felt referee Alberto Undiano Mallenco was too harsh with his carding.

Jovetic finally got his reward after scoring from a Vitolo lay-off early in the second half.

And Kroos rounded off the scoring himself by prodding into the far corner 6 minutes from time.

With the form of late, there's no doubt about Lionel Messi-led Catalans winning their last fixture against Eibar.

Ronaldo scored 84 Premier League goals for Manchester United before signing with Real Madrid and adding 282 league goals and counting to that total.

Barcelona eased themselves in to the driving seat with two quickfire goals from Neymar and Suárez, in the 25th and 27th minutes.

Pedro Bigas pegged back the champions by sliding in to meet a cross from Kevin-Prince Boateng in the 63rd but Neymar quickly put Barca's minds at ease with two quick-fire finishes from close range in the 67th and 71st.

But Neymar headed home Ivan Rakitic's cross and then sealed his first hat-trick of the season 19 minutes from time when he slotted in Jordi Alba's through ball.