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Villarreal’s Santi Cazorla leads the Yellow Submarine celebrations with Samuel Chukwueze and Jaume Costa after earning a point against Real Madrid. Quality Sport Images-Getty Images

Villarreal draws with Real Madrid

Real Madrid endured a frustrating start to the new year as they drew 2-2 at struggling Villarreal on Thursday and were left seven points behind La Liga leaders FC Barcelona.
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Santi Cazorla relieved after avoiding foot amputation, signing for Villarreal

Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla says nearly two years of suffering has been worth it after being presented as a Villarreal player for the third time on Thursday.

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