LONDON - James Rodriguez held off Cristiano Ronaldo to take the top spot in the Associated Press global football 10 poll on Tuesday.Rodriguez scored twice in Real Madrids 4-0 win over Granada, a result that kept Madrid at the top of the team vote.For the second straight week, Ronaldo is the runner-up to one of his Madrid teammates, despite scoring his 22nd goal of the season. Last weeks winner, Karim Benzema, also scored in Madrids victory but dropped to fifth.Aurelio Capaldi of RAI Sport in Italy praised Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti for getting the best out of Rodriguez so quickly.Ancelotti is probably living the best time of his coaching career: 11 wins in a row is an amazing result and the way hes making things work after Real Madrid sold Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso is impressive, Capaldi said. This also explains why Rodriguez, who is scoring fabulous goals, already fits well in the team.Bayern Munichs 2-1 comeback win over Borussia Dortmund, which extended its unbeaten start to the season in all competitions and pushed Dortmund into the relegation zone, put it second in the team vote.Arjen Robben scored the winner for Munich from the penalty spot in the 85th minute and is 10th in the player rankings.Manchester City is third in the team vote after a 1-0 win over Manchester United, where Argentina striker Sergio Aguero scored a second-half winner.Aguero was third in the player vote, and Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal was a place behind after scoring twice in Arsenals 3-0 win over Burnley.It was the second straight league game in which Sanchez scored twice for Arsenal.Sanchez to Arsenal will be one of the best signings of the European season, Leonardo Bertozzi of ESPN Brazil said. No other player has scored seven goals in the first nine games of the Premier League under the command of Arsene Wenger.One of the surprise results of the weekend was in the Spanish league, where Celta Vigo beat Barcelona 1-0 at the Camp Nou.Celta Vigo is the story, Tito Puccetti of ESPN Argentina said. It won again against Barcelona, something it has not managed to do since the 1941-42 season.Chelsea beat Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Stamford Bridge to maintain its four-point lead at the top of the Premier League and is fifth this week. Spanish champion Atletico Madrid is one behind after beating Cordoba 4-2.Antoine Griezmann scored Atleticos first two goals and is sixth in the player vote.___AP Global Football 10:Players1. James Rodriguez, 105.2. Cristiano Ronaldo, 94.3. Sergio Aguero, 70.4. Alexis Sanchez, 62.5. Karim Benzema, 60.6. Antoine Griezmann, 46.7. Gonzalo Higuain, 33.(tie) Victor Wanyama, 33.9. Oscar, 31.10. Arjen Robben, 28.___Teams1. Real Madrid, 111 points.2. 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"I never commented to anyone that I wanted out," he explained. "My heart is with this group and making the playoffs." Kesler added that the rumours are "completely false" that he asked to be traded - recently or ever.MILAN, Italy -- Atletico Madrid struggled throughout but managed to win 1-0 at AC Milan thanks to a late Diego Costa header in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie on Wednesday. Diego Costa headed in Gabis corner seven minutes from time to secure victory ahead of the return match in Madrid on March 11. "We know that at Madrid it will be another game, which will also be important and very difficult," Milan coach Clarence Seedorf said. "Atletico dont change much whether theyre playing at home or away from home. "We have time to prepare the return leg and well have more players back. Im proud of what we did tonight... I saw a lot of positive things on the pitch." Bayern Munich won 2-0 at 10-man Arsenal in the other match of the night. Both teams missed a penalty in the first half, which also saw Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny sent off. Milan had dominated the match with its best performance of the season, hitting the woodwork three times in an entertaining first half hour. "We are a normal team, a very humble one which tries to do as well as we can," Atletico coach Diego Simeone said. "We started better but then Milan caused us problems. "We didnt have many chances but as you know in football what matters is scoring goals and fortunately we scored a goal." Spains joint league leader was the overwhelming favourite but Milan was the superior side and had the better chances in Seedorfs first Champions League match as a manager. The Dutchman is the only player to have won the competition with three different clubs. There was more bad news on the night for Milan as star striker Mario Balotelli went off clutching his shoulder 12 minutes from time. The Italy forward will have tests on Thursday. Milan was boosted by key playmaker Kaka recovering from injury in time and the Brazilian was given the captains armband. Kaka overcame a bout of flu to play in Fridays 1-0 victory over Bologna but had to be replaced 10 minutes from time after injuring his rigght ankle.dddddddddddd Stephan El Shaarawy, Valter Birsa, Robinho, Bryan Cristante and Cristian Zapata were all out with injury while Sulley Muntari and captain Riccardo Montolivo were both suspended. New signing Keisuke Honda is cup tied. Milan was the underdog after a miserable season which saw coach Massimiliano Allegri sacked at the beginning of the year. The side is ninth in the Serie A table and had been eliminated in each of its past four knockout ties against Spanish opposition. It appeared as if Milans fears were to be realized as the players struggled to get out of their own half in the opening 10 minutes. However, Milan was containing Atletico and slowly began to get into the game. Balotelli had the first real chance of the match with a 30-meter free-kick from roughly the same position that he scored a stunning goal from on Friday. But the Italy forward fired well wide of the left post. Milan went even closer four minutes later with a wickedly swerving shot from Kaka from the bottom corner of the penalty area which crashed off the crossbar. Atletico goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois -- who is on loan from Chelsea -- pulled off a stunning save shortly afterwards, fingertipping Andrea Polis header off the base of his right post after a great cross from Adel Taarabt. Tension was beginning to escalate at San Siro and a touchline brawl threatened to erupt following a poor Emiliano Insua tackle on Mattia De Scglio. The Milan defender had to be replaced by Ignazio Abate. Milan again went close on the half hour when Balotelli backeeled the ball to Kaka, whose effort scraped the top of the crossbar. Milan continued to dominate after the break and Kaka again went close with a drive narrowly past the left upright, while Michael Essien headed a corner wide. All Milans good work was to come to nothing, though, as Diego Costa headed powerfully home at the far post for his fifth goal in four Champions League matches. Milan almost snatched a draw but Adil Ramis free kick whistled wide of the left post. ' ' '