Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Real Madrid in Moscow

Wernbloom punishes Real's wastefulness

CSKA Moscow 1 Real Madrid 1

Joe Hart is flattered to be linked with the England captaincy

Aguero puts stereotype on ice with cool display

Manchester City 3 Fulham 0

The imitation was found in the Prado, Spain’s national art museum in Madrid

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Pepe appeared to stamp on the hand of Messi

The problem with Pepe is that he is just not very good

As if failing to beat Barcelona in their last seven home games against them and losing the last three "clasicos" were not enough, Real Madrid fans were yesterday recoiling at the thought that while their rivals have the world's most adored player ... they have the world's most abhorred.

Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón at the beginning of a trial against him at the Supreme Court in Madrid

Judge who arrested Pinochet now finds himself in the dock

Supporters say Baltasar Garzón, who wants to rattle the ghosts of Spain's past, is the victim of a witch-hunt

Tirunesh Dibaba wins the 10km San Silvestre Vallecana road race

London Eye: Dibaba back on track to retain Olympic titles

The headline in the Daily Nation spelt it out in black and white on Monday morning. "Kenyans beware: Tiru's back," it trumpeted. Sadly, "Tiru" – Tirunesh Dibaba – has never received the global recognition she deserves as a sporting phenomenon of the 21st century.

Travel Agenda: New Year's Eve celebrations; Palm Springs International Film Festival; Croatia's Garden Festival

Today: The traditional Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh culminate this evening with a street party. Topping the bill this year are the Vaccines and Mark Ronson (edinburghshogmanay.org).

'I just sing naturally, from the heart': Evora on stage in Geneva in 2006

Cesaria Evora: Cape Verde's soulful 'barefoot diva'

Cesaria Evora, the "barefoot diva", became the ambassadress par excellence of her country, the small West African island group of Cape Verde, and one of the most famous African singers in the world. Her origins were humble and she represented that dying breed typified by the last of the old rural blues singers – an artist who genuinely lived the hard times her songs spoke of.

Cyclng: Wiggins slips to third after 'Bison' charge

Bradley Wiggins' hopes of victory in the Vuelta a Espana suffered a major setback yesterday as the Briton lost the lead following an inspired ride by home favourite Juan Jose Cobo.

Briefly: Jesus del Pozo

Jesus del Pozo, who died of lung disease on 13 August, was one of Spain's most influential fashion designers.

Madrileños up in arms at cost of Pope's visit

Preparations in Madrid for the impending visit of Pope Benedict XVI have been marred by protests among locals at the vast sums of money being spent on the event.

The strangulation of the old Spanish drovers

Centuries-old practice of driving herds long distances is being killed off. Alasdair Fotheringham in Madrid on the threat to the greenways

Getafe appoint Garcia as coach

Getafe have appointed Luis Garcia Plaza as coach on a three-year deal, the La Liga club said today as they target a top-six finish under new owners.

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