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BARCELONA, Spain -- Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace to give Real Madrid a hard-fought 3-2 win at Real Betis on Saturday, setting a club record 10th straight away victory in Jose Mourinhos 100th game at the helm of the runaway Spanish league leader. The win kept Madrid on course for its first league title in four seasons as it extended its advantage to 13 points over Barcelona ahead of the defending champions game at slumping Racing Santander on Sunday. After Jorge Molina had opened the scoring for Betis, Madrids Gonzalo Higuain levelled and Ronaldo put the visitors in front just after halftime. Betis forward Jefferson Montero quickly scored to make it 2-2, but Ronaldo fired in a rebound for the 73rd-minute winner to secure Madrid its 11th consecutive win in league play. "It was a difficult game, but we knew what we were going to face here," Higuain said. "Fortunately, we were able to win and maintain our 10-point lead." Earlier on Saturday, Malaga took hold of Spains last Champions League spot through a 1-0 win over Levante thanks to Jose Rondons second-half header. Ronaldo, who reached 40 goals in all competitions, also stayed on pace to break his own league record of 40 goals from last season by taking his tally to 32 goals with 12 games to play. Higuain got another nod in strike with Karim Benzema just back from injury resting on the bench with Madrid set to play CSKA Moscow in the Champions League on Wednesday. After goalkeeper Fabricio Agosto had parried Ronaldos early attempt, Betis grabbed a surprising lead after 10 minutes. Molina charged through the area to volley strike partner Ruben Castros pass into the upper left corner of the net and finish off a lightening counterattack that caught Madrid off balance. But Mourinho urged his side to remain calm from the sideline, and sure enough Higuain levelled for Madrid with a brilliant individual effort in the 25th to silence the crowd in Seville. The Argentina striker ran onto Mesut Oezils long pass and held off his marker before firing a right-footed blast beyond Agosto to take his league scoring tally to 17-- a distant third best behind Ronaldo and Barcelonas Lionel Messi (28). Betis midfielder Salva Sevilla drew a diving one-handed save from Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas to tip his dipping free kick off the crossbar moments in the 41st before Fabricio denied Ronaldo one-on-one inside his area. "It was a crazy game. In any moment either team could have won," Mourinho said. "Neither team was able to establish its defence or take control." The hosts came out of halftime looking to carry the weight of the attack, but Ronaldo instead netted for Madrid in the 52nd. Marcelo tapped on Kakas deflected cross for the unmarked Ronaldo to knock home and extend his scoring run to six straight games. Betis responded just three minutes later when Montero blasted in a poor clearance by Alvaro Arbeloa off a corner to quickly even the score at 2-2. Casillas saved Madrid from falling behind again shortly after with back-to-back blocks, and Ronaldo was in the right place at the right time to fire in a rebound of a Sergio Ramos header that Fabricio had saved but failed to punch out of his area. Benzema came on for the final minutes after missing the last two games and international duty due to injury. Betis clamoured for a penalty in vain when it appeared that Ramos blocked a goal-bound strike with his arm in the dying moments. "Obviously I am happy my team won, but I think the 3-2 was unfair," Mourinho said. "A draw would have been a more just result. Betis deserved more." At La Rosaleda stadium, Malaga dominated possession through the first half before Rondon flicked Joaquin Sanchezs free kick beyond Levante goalkeeper Gustavo Munua in the 51st minute for the Venezuela strikers seventh goal of the season. Malagas third straight victory lifted the Costa del Sol side into fourth place-- two points clear of Levante. Elsewhere, relegation-threatened Sporting Gijon broke a seven-game winless streak with a 1-0 home victory over Sevilla, while Imanol Agirretxe scored a double to help Real Sociedad beat last-place Zaragoza 3-0 at Anoeta stadium. On Sunday, also its: Atletico Madrid vs. Granada, Espanyol vs. Rayo Vallecano, Valencia vs. Mallorca, and Osasuna vs. Athletic Bilbao. Villarreal hosts Getafe on Monday to close round 26. VANCOUVER -- The Vancouver Canucks arent used to this feeling. After five straight playoff appearances -- including a Stanley Cup final Game 7 on home ice just three seasons ago -- the clubs miserable 2013-14 campaign was finally taken off life support Monday. It wasnt pretty on the ice or in the stands. John Gibson made just 18 saves to record a shutout in his first NHL game as the Anaheim Ducks defeated the listless Canucks 3-0 to officially eliminate Vancouver from post-season contention. "Not a very good feeling," said defenceman Kevin Bieksa. "Not too familiar. Its been a while. Were disappointed for sure. The last few weeks have been very disappointing." The Canucks played a decent opening 20 minutes on Monday, but couldnt muster anything through the final two periods with their season on the line. Once the hottest ticket in town, the lower bowl at Rogers Arena was dotted by hundreds of empty seats throughout the game, and many of the fans who did show up started heading to the exits long before the final buzzer sounded. The night ended with some in the half-empty building chanting for Canucks president and general manager Mike Gillis to be fired. Gillis seemed to criticize the style of first-year head coach John Tortorella in a radio interview last week, saying that he wanted the team to get back to the type of game that got it to the 2011 final against the Boston Bruins. But its clear many blame Gillis for the teams current plight. "(Fans) paid big money to come to these games. Its their prerogative how they handle themselves," said Tortorella. "As far as fans are concerned, thats their call. "They pay money to come see the games. Theyre not happy. They can voice their opinion how they like to." Bieksa said the players heard the chants with the clock and their playoff chances winding down. "Personally I dont think its the right thing to do, but at the end of the day the fans come and they can do whatever they want," he said. "Put it this way: were all going to take the blame for this. Its not just one or two guys. Its the whole team. Were going to take what we get, move forward, push through this." Daniel Winnik, Kyle Palmieri and Matt Beleskey had the goals for Anaheim (51-20-8), which is in a dog fight with the San Jose Sharks for first place in the Pacific Division. Eddie Lack stopped 20 shots in his 19th straight start for Vancouver (35-33-11) since the Olympic break. The Canucks post-season hopes had been reduced to a mere mathematical possibility in recent weeks and it was fitting they were finally knocked off the cliff by an Anaheim team that looks primed for a long playoff run. Known for his outbursts during other coaching stops, Tortorella has been on his best behaviour in Vancouver and that didnt change despite Mondays disappointment. "It doesnt do anybody any good right now to be critical," said Tortorella. "Obviously we didnt play well enough, but Im not going to criticize the hockey club at this stage." Down 1-0 after giving up a short-handed goal in the first, the Canucks came out inexplicably flat in the second, registering just three shots in a demoralizing effort that saw Anaheim grab a 2-0 lead on Palmieris 14th of the season at 17:03. Prior to that back-breaker, the Canucks had a couple chances to at least direct pucks at Anaheims rookie netminder, but both Jannik Hansen and Daniel Sedin passed up shooting opportunities on separate 2-on-1 breaks. Vancouver had just nine shots to Anaheims 18 through two periods, with a smattering of boos just a prelude of what was to comes as the teams headed to the locker-rooms.dddddddddddd "We just didnt execute very well. We had a good first period," said Bieksa. "They capitalized on our power play. Its not the end of the game. Were still feeling good. Second period just wasnt very good at all. "If I could pinpoint it, we just werent executing. We werent making tape-to-tape passes. We were creating our own problems for ourselves." The Ducks -- who sit three points ahead of the Sharks for top spot in the Pacific Division and have a crucial home date against San Jose on Wednesday -- basically put things on autopilot in the third to help snap a two-game slide that included Sundays loss to the Edmonton Oilers. "The team played really well in front of me and made my job easier, I only had to make regular saves and if there was rebounds they cleared it out," said Gibson, who became the youngest goalie to earn a shutout in his first start since Daren Puppa in 1985. "Everyone knew it was a big game." Anaheim made it 3-0 against the sleepy Canucks 1:20 into the third when Beleskey finished off a pretty passing play for his seventh of the season. Gibson didnt have a lot to do on the night, but did make a huge save on Niklas Jensen to preserve the shutout with about eight minutes gone in the third. "He looked so much more calmer than a 20-year-old kid playing his first NHL game," said Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau. "It was like Ho hum. After my first game when I scored a goal you couldnt shut me up, I was so happy I was jumping up and down, and he was just Ah, here we go again. "I think its a demeanour that a goalie has to have." Coming of a spirited 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night that kept their minuscule playoff hopes alive, the Canucks didnt seem ready off Mondays opening faceoff. Lack stopped Cogliano on a breakaway 15 seconds into the first period, but the Vancouver goaltender couldnt bail his team a second time after another gaffe a few minutes. With Vancouver on the power play, Winnik jumped on a mistake by Canucks captain Henrik Sedin and moved in alone to rip his sixth of the season at 6:26. Vancouver had a couple of chances later in the man advantage, including a scramble in front of Gibson that saw the puck dribble off the post and stay out. Alexander Edler then ripped another shot off the iron that fooled Gibson, who is seen by many as Anaheims goalie of the future. Those two instances would be among the only highlights for the Canucks, who must now regroup with three meaningless games remaining on their schedule. "We keep preparing as we always do until the seasons done," said Tortorella. "Obviously were out of the playoffs now, but I still believe you go about your business until the last day of work and thats how were going to approach it and I believe the team will too." Notes: The game marked Teemu Selannes final visit to Vancouver as a player. Set to retire after the post-season, 43-year-old has said repeatedly that the city is his favourite stop in the NHL. The Canucks honoured Selanne with a brief scoreboard tribute in the first period. ... The Ducks are 10-1-2 in the second of back-to-back games this season, including two wins against the Canucks. ... Anaheim now has a 110 points in 2013-14, which tied a franchise record set in 2006-07 when the club won its only Stanley Cup. ... Gibson led the United States to gold at the 2013 world junior hockey championship. ... The Canucks host the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night. ' ' ' Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping
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