SQL Two select statements in one query

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I want to return the newly created ID, which equals 4 while running an INSERT statement. Could you please tell me how to accomplish it using a SQL statement, or is it not possible? 

An example could be the following setup.

tblMadrid

   id | name    | games | goals
    1 | ronaldo | 100   | 100
    2 | benzema | 50    | 25
    3 | bale    | 75    | 50
    4 | kroos   | 80    | 10

tblBarcelona

   id | name    | games | goals
    1 | neymar  | 60    | 25
    2 | messi   | 150   | 200
    3 | suarez  | 80    | 80
    4 | iniesta | 40    | 5

I want to have a query that gives me the following:

name    | games | goals
messi   | 150   | 200
ronaldo | 100   | 100

I tried to follow this logic: Multiple select statements in Single query but the following code did not work:

USE Liga_BBVA

SELECT (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblMadrid
        WHERE  name = 'ronaldo') AS table_a,
       (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblBarcelona
        WHERE  name = 'messi')   AS table_b
ORDER  BY goals 

Any suggestions on this one? Thanks Information: The football information is merely a simplification. In practise, combining both tables and adding a new "team" column is not doable. I require something that closely resembles the attributes of this example despite the fact that the two tables have entirely different topologies.

Aug 20 in Database by Kithuzzz
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