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MADRID---Real Madrid's attack brought one Rayo
Vallecano player to tears before its defense nearly
spoiled another tremendous performance from
Cristiano Ronaldo in a 3-2 win yesterday.
Madrid's victory kept it six points behind Spanish
leader Barcelona, but only just as it nearly blew a
three-goal lead during a frantic finish set off after
it surrendered a pair of second-half penalties to
Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti will have no qualms
about selecting his attack for Tuesday's Champions
League match at Juventus as Ronaldo, Gareth Bale,
and Karim Benzema once again showed Madrid's
potency up front.
Rayo defender Anaitz Arbilla was in tears after
being substituted in the 51st minute, moments
before Viera scored his pair of spot kicks to turn
the game with Madrid on the verge of conceding
an equalizer at Vallecas Stadium right to the final
Madrid's attack picked up from Wednesday's 7-
3 win over Sevilla as Luka Modric sent Ronaldo
Ronaldo stars as Madrid
clings to 3-2 win at Rayo
MILAN---A late goal by Paul Pogba
steered Juventus to a 1-0 win at
Parma in coach Antonio Conte's
100th match in charge yesterday,
while Napoli also kept the pressure
on Serie A leader Roma with a 2-
1 win at home to Catania.
There was more misery for AC
Milan as it slipped to a 2-0 defeat
at home to Fiorentina. Milan was
resoundingly jeered by the fans, who
also unfurled a large banner demon-
strating their displeasure. Vice Pres-
ident Adriano Galliani left the stands
after Fiorentina's second goal.
Conte rested several players ahead
of Tuesday's Champions League
match against Real Madrid but was
forced to send on Andrea Pirlo and
Fabio Quagliarella as they struggled
to carve out opportunities.
Quagliarella had an immediate
effect two minutes after going off
the bench with a stunning long-range
shot which crashed off the crossbar
and into Pogba's path, allowing the
young Frenchman to coolly slot into
the bottom corner in the 77th minute.
Amauri had Parma's best chance
with a backheeled effort which fizzed
just past the left upright from close
Juventus and Napoli are provi-
sionally two points behind Roma,
which has won all of its matches and
travels to Torino today.
Catania had not won in Naples
since 1960-61 and Jose Maria Calle-
jon gave Napoli the lead in the 15th
minute with another stunning strike,
curling the ball into the top corner
from 20 yards.
Napoli doubled its lead five min-
utes later when Lorenzon Insigne
rolled the ball across the outside of
the penalty area for Marek Hamsik
to hit first time into the top left cor-
Catania had not scored since Luigi
De Canio replaced Rolando Maran
as coach nearly two weeks ago, but
it got back into the game in the 25th
minute when Lucas Castro turned
in Maxi Lopez's cross. (AP)
PARIS---Marseille ended a five-
match losing streak in all compe-
titions by drawing 1-1 with Rennes
in the French league yesterday.
Rennes striker Nelson Oliveira
pounced on a miscued clearance
from Marseille fullback Jeremy Morel
to fire home a powerful strike from
the edge of the box in the ninth
minute for his seventh goal this sea-
But Marseille forward Jordan Ayew
leveled by converting a low cross
from Kassim Abdallah in the 16th.
Marseille climbed to fifth place,
five points behind third-place Lille.
Also, it was: Ajaccio 1, Valenci-
ennes 3; Lyon 2, Guingamp 0; Reims
4, Bastia 2; Evian 2, Toulouse 1; and
Sochaux 0, Saint-Etienne 0.
Paris Saint-Germain consolidated
its lead atop the league by routing
Lorient 4-0 on Friday.
Today, second-place Monaco visits
Lille, Montpellier hosts Nantes and
Nice faces Bordeaux. (AP)
Marseille draws 1-1 with Rennes
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, from Portugal, runs
with the ball during Spanish La Liga football match
between Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano at the
Vallecas stadium in Madrid, yesterday. Ronaldo
scored twice in Real Madrid's 3-2 victory. AP PHOTO
racing down the left and skipping past
his marker to move clear into the area
and fire the third-minute opener past
goalkeeper Ruben Martinez.
Bale picked out Benzema inside the
area with a cross from the right to
head home in the 31st for 2-0.
The winger showed cleverness when
he flicked a ball over a defender to get
free along the goal-line and he picked
out Ronaldo streaking into the area
to fire into the top of goal in the 48th.
Madrid was dominating the bottom
table club until Pepe kicked out at
Viera --- whose inopportune touch
earlier waived off a Iago Falque goal
because of offside --- and Marcelo flew
into Alberto Bueno to set up Viera's
goals in the 53rd and 55th.
Diego Lopez certainly earned his
reported salary boost as the Madrid
goalkeeper got a tip to Bueno's smash
for it to find the post, and he recovered
to save from Lass Bangoura as his
65th-minute shot ricocheted through
the area on goal.
Substitute Adrian Gonzalez nearly
scored on his first touch, just rolling
wide, as the hosts came close while
goalkeeper Ruben Martinez denied
Ronaldo late at the other end.
Earlier, Real Sociedad crushed 10-
man Osasuna 5-0 ahead of its must-
win Champions League game against
Manchester United. Also, Almeria beat
Sociedad dominated the visitors at
its Anoeta Stadium with Ion Ansotegi,
Inigo Martinez, and Antoine Griez-
mann all scoring through headers from
set pieces, with the last coming after
Osasuna defender Jordan Loties was
shown a red card.
Haris Seferovic released Chori Cas-
tro to score in the 81st minute before
capping the rout himself by scoring
Sociedad's fifth with two minutes to
Sociedad goes into Tuesday's match
against the English champions winless
in the continental competition.
Barcelona leads Atletico Madrid by
four points, and Madrid by six. Atletico
plays Athletic Bilbao today. (AP)
Juventus wins 1-0
at Parma in Serie A
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