Matchday 4 in the Spanish La Liga continued today as we got to see Atletico Madrid come from behind to defeat Espanyol 2-1 at the RCDE Stadium. Yannick Carrasco and Thomas Lemar both got on the scoresheet to secure all three points for their side away from home. Real Madrid were also in action tonight as they came from behind twice to thrash Celta Vigo 5-2 at the Santiago Bernabeu courtesy of goals from Karim Benzema (3), Vinicius Jnr and Edouard Camavinga.
The first game that was played in the Laliga competition yesterday was between Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano. Osasuna who has been on top form since the beginning of the season, secured their fourth victory in the Laliga competition yesterday as they narrowly defeated Rayo Vallecano by one goal to nothing.
The Monaco Football Club squad of 2017 Made history for the club. That Monaco squad of 2017 was the best set of squads the club has ever produced. The team was able to win the French Ligue 1 in 2017 and also reached the semi-final of the 2017 UEFA Champions League.
Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman is on the brink of being sacked as his side slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Atletico Madrid. Thomas Lemar opened the scoring, finishing beautifully at the end of a play involving Joao Felix and Suarez. Suarez then scored against his former team to put Atletico in control.
Barcelona took a devastating shot to the gut as they suffered a 2-0 defeat against Atlético Madrid at Wanda Metropolitano. Thomas Lemar struck first with an opening goal in the 23rd minute, assisted by Suarez to give Atletico Madrid a 1-0 lead. Luis Suarez doubled the lead in the 44th minute to put Barcelona in a cold state as halftime ended in 2-0.
The UEFA Champions League matchday three fixtures produced many fascinating clashes and results. Liverpool overcame 10-man Atletico Madrid to move closer to the knockout stages, Manchester United came from two goals behind to defeat Atalanta 3-2. Chelsea lost Lukaku and Werner to injury but overcame Malmö 4-0 Barcelona defeated Dynamo Kiev 1-0, PSG overcame Leipzig 3-2 and Real Madrid defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0.
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Barcelona: Atletico Madrid gets back to winning ways in LaLiga by defeating Barcelona 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano. Goals in the first half from Thomas Lemar and Luis Suarez were enough to secure the three points for Diego Simeone's men to move them to level with Real Madrid at the top of the table.
Already they are La Liga champions and also they are really doing well in the ongoing UEFA Champions League. They have star strikers like Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann and also they have the presence of Yannick Carrasco in their squad too. By the look of things, if Atletico Madrid are to field Carrasco, Suarez and Griezmann in a three man attack, then there is a possibility that they will not be short of goals in important matches.
Antoine Griezmann struggled to make an impact on his second debut for Atletico Madrid this weekend. The Frenchman joined the Wanda Metropolitano on deadline day in a loan move from Barcelona until the end of the current campaign. Diego Simeone has continued to remain a big fan of the World Cup winner’s talents despite him forcing a move to the Camp Nou in 2019.
Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona Atletico Madrid defeated Barcelona when both sides clashed at the Wanda Metropolitan stadium for the first time in the Spanish La liga this season. First half strikes from Thomas Lemar and Luis Suarez was enough to secure a morale boosting win for Diego Simeone's men who condemned Barcelona to a second defeat in the short space of a week.
Barcelona suffered their first defeat of the season in the Spanish La Liga tonight, as they were defeated 2-0 by Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. Thomas Lemar and Luis Suarez got on the scoresheet to secure the well deserved victory for their team at home. Atletico Madrid eventually climbed up to the 2nd spot on the La Liga table with 17 points while Barcelona dropped to the 9th spot with 12 points.
Jurgen Klopp will bring his Liverpool team back to the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano this week, back to the ground where they won the 2018/19 Champions League and also to the ground where they lost to Atlético de Madrid last time, as the Spanish team exceeded their 2019/20 tie of the last 16.
Once again, Barcelona had another disappointing performance against Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. Remember that FC Barcelona was beaten by 3-0 by Benfica in the UEFA Champions League, and many people expected the team to bounce back, but that has not been the case.
The final La Liga game of today saw Barcelona travel to face Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Saturday night. The Catalans were looking to continue with their amazing form in the competition by defeating Diego Simeone's men in today's crucial encounter. Atletico Madrid also needed the win as they looked to bounce back to winning ways in the competition.
Getting a goal against former club Barcelona was still on Luis Suarez's to-do list, but he managed to tick it off on Saturday night at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, although his celebration was tastefully muted . With a score of 1-0, the Uruguayan missed a golden opportunity after being played beautifully by Joao Felix, who had a very good game.
Atlético Madrid extended their unbeaten run in H2Hs with Barcelona to five games, compounding Ronald Koeman’s misery as he watched from the stands with a 2-0 victory in La Liga (LL). Buoyed by their UEFA Champions League win against AC Milan, Atlético Madrid looked the more threatening side in this match, with Thomas Lemar sending a shot wide after some nice linkup play within 10 minutes.
Atletico Madrid defeated a struggling Barcelona Football Club, 2-0 in their match day 7 Spanish La Liga fixture at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid. The first goals were scored by Thomas Lemar on the 24th minute and the second by Luis Suarez on the 44th minute. Luis Suarez didn't celebrate his goal in his usual fashion of running and licking his fingers out of respect for his former club but instead, he did a 'Call me' gesture while looking at the Barcelona football club manager, Ronald Koeman who was sitting on the stands.
Click the link below to watch Luis Suarez stunning goal and celebration against FC Barcelona. https://youtu.be/cQGksqOYGBg After scoring against his former team Barcelona, Luis Suarez celebrated quietly after scoring Atletico Madrid's second goal in a 2-0 win at the Wanda Metropolitano. Suarez does not appear to have forgiven Koeman for the manner in which he was ejected from Barcelona.
The Laliga competition returned to action yesterday as four matches were featured in the competition. Let's take a look at the results of the matches played in the competition yesterday below. 1. Espanyol 1-2 Atlectico Madrid: Atlectico Madrid narrowly defeated Espanyol in their fourth fixtures of the Laliga competition yesterday, all thanks to Thomas Lemar who scored a late minutes goal for Atlectico Madrid to secure all 3 points in the game yesterday.
Atletico Madrid ended Barcelona’s unbeaten start to this La Liga season on Saturday night where Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez scored once and set up the other as they beat Barcelona 2-0. Atletico Madrid took the lead in the 23rd minute, when Suarez released Thomas Lemar in behind for the French forward to finish past Marc-Andre ter Stegen.