Diego Pablo Simeone secured his second La Liga victory over Barcelona yesterday, as Atletico Madrid defeated the Blaugranas by 2 goals to nil at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. Goals from Thomas Lemar and Luis Suarez was enough for the home side.
With Simeone in charge of Atletico since all these years, he was able to defeated Barcelona in La Liga just last season.
Since the arrival of Ronald Koeman, the club has experienced some unusual records which they are not known for in past years, among two consecutive away lost to Simeone Atletico side in La Liga, first defeat against Benfica since 1961, and 6 years unbeaten record at home in UEFA Champions League shattered.
Despite that the Netherlands legend succeeded as a player in Barcelona, with his managerial experience with the club so far, he may likely go down in record book as one of the worst coach in the Catalan giants history.
Barcelona who were knows for exemplary tactics and consistency, is gradually looking average under Koeman. Many European clubs no longer fear to face them.
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