Real Madrid beat Celta Vigo 4-1 on Wednesday night to move just one point away from winning the La Liga title.
On the other side Real have everything to play for in their last three games of their season. In 66 combined starts, they've scored 38 goals to go along with 26 assists - contributions from the bench that any team would envy. The club issued an emotional open letter to supporters the day after the end of their European adventure which pledged to "carry on together, let's keep on dreaming". Malaga will be as tough as this game but we're very motivated.
Madrid play their final league game off the campaign against Malaga on Sunday, and that gives Isco an opportunity to win his first league title in his home town, something he said would be special.
"But we must think about ourselves and trust in ourselves that we can win it".
"We have to win, and for the Champions League we'll have time to prepare well afterwards". "You have to be positive", he said. "The boss has managed things very well this year. A point will be enough, but we'll go out to win as we always do".
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"I'm feeling well, everything will be decided this weekend and I'm doing well, scoring goals and helping the team. So I am happy".
In the first minute of the second half, Guidetti had the chance to draw the game but he missed it.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane praised Cristiano Ronaldo for his form after his side closed in on the LaLiga title. Yet somehow, me missed. It also won a Champions League and La Liga double in 2011. "We do not feel it is over yet".
Celta have now lost eight of their last nine La Liga games having concentrated on their run to the Europa League semi-finals that was ended by Manchester United last week.
Real lead the standings on 90 points, three above Barcelona.
Ronaldo's 367 goals nudges him ahead of Jimmy Greaves (366), Gerd Muller (365) and Lionel Messi (347) as the most prolific striker in England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.