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27-Year-Old Defender     Real Madrid  La Liga      Full Name: Marcelo Vieira da Silva Junior


Birthdate:  May 12, 1988    Birthplace:  Rio de Janeiro    Nationality:  Brazil    Height:  5' 8"    
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November 2, 2015    Marcelo News

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Marcelo had an assist as Real Madrid beat Las Palmas 3-1 Saturday.

Marcelo had an excellent game against Las Palmas, helping his side in all areas of the field. It took him just 14 minutes to make his mark, assisting Cristiano Ronaldo with an accurate cross. The Brazilian produced a game-high number of six crosses in total and also registered a shot.

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October 26, 2015

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Marcelo scored late in the game as Real Madrid defeated Celta Vigo 3-1 Saturday.

Marcelo only needed one chance to score and that came in the fifth minute of stoppage time when he converted Denis Chershev's assist. Aside from the goal, the Brazilian also produced two crosses and defended well.

October 18, 2015

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Marcelo scored and had a clean sheet Saturday in Real Madrid's 3-0 win over Levante.

Marcelo opened the scoring after 27 minutes when he fired in Cristiano Ronaldo's pass. The defender took two shots in total and also offered a huge threat from the wing, delivering a game-high number of nine crosses. Marcelo additionally kept a clean sheet with ease to complete an all-round excellent performance.

September 27, 2015

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Marcelo had a clean sheet as Real Madrid tied 0-0 Saturday with Malaga.

Marcelo had little work to do in defense and kept a clean sheet with ease, while he also looked effective when getting in attacking positions. He produced 11 crosses in total but his most noticeable contribution was going down from the challenge of Malaga's Nordin Amrabat which got the player sent off.

September 20, 2015

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Marcelo kept a clean sheet as Real Madrid beat Granada 1-0 Saturday.

Marcelo was very impressive in his all-round game against Granada, supporting both the defense and offense effectively. The Brazilian completed a game-high number of eight tackles and four clearances, while he also produced three crosses and got forward well. Real have now not conceded in any of its four games in all competitions this season and Marcelo has played in every match.

September 13, 2015

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Marcelo had a clean sheet as Real Madrid defeated Espanyol 6-0 Saturday.

Marcelo kept his third straight clean sheet Saturday and Real are still yet to concede this season. The Brazilian played the full 90 minutes at right-back and made some decent tackles to break up Espanyol's play. He wasn't particularly dynamic going forward but will comfortably keep his place in the side on this showing.

August 30, 2015

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Marcelo had a clean sheet as Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 5-0 Saturday.

Real was faced with newly-promoted opposition for the second game running and the defense was successful in shutting out the opposition once again. Marcelo played the full 90 minutes in that defense, breaking-up attacks from the left wing and forming an unusually very solid-looking Real Madrid backline. Furthermore the Brazilian produced six crosses as Real Madrid strolled to a very comfortable win.

August 24, 2015

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Marcelo began the La Liga season with a clean sheet as Real tied 0-0 Sunday with Sporting Gijon.

Gijon had no shots on target all game thanks to a sturdy defense composed of Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane ad Danilo. Marcelo was also given opportunity to go foward on several occasions but none of his four crosses could be converted. The biggest chance then actually fell to the Brazilian himself but his late diving header was sent over the bar.