Cholo’s men started preparing for their Second Leg of the Champions League’s last 16 earlier this week. They will receive Bayer Leverkusen at Calderón after traveling to their home BayArena exactly three weeks ago. Kickoff at Calderón is set for 20:45 CET. If we review what happened in Germany, goals from Saúl and Griezmann gave
After a good win over Valencia last Sunday, Simeone leads Atlético to face Granada CF, a team that seams stronger when they play at their own stadium. Kick off at Nuevo Los Cármenes is set for 20:25 CET. Concerns come from both Simeone and the fans when we realize the number of players Atleti has
After their loss against Barcelona last Sunday and with Real Sociedad catching up with their place at the Table, Atleti will need a secure win to continue going up even if they are facing RC Deportivo, such team currently struggling with just one point ahead from LaLiga’s relegation. Kick-off in the Municipal de Riazor is
Real Madrid’s loss to Valencia means Atlético can pick up points on the top two in a key rematch of Atlético’s close 3-2 aggregate loss in the Copa del Rey semi-final.
Barcelona on the other hand are not in their best form, having suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of PSG and the Champions League and only just edged past Leganés in La Liga last weekend.
After Gameiro’s spectacular Hat-Trick within five minutes (80′, 82′, 85′) on their last Liga match against Sporting de Gijón, Atleti faces pressure focusing back to the Champions League. This will be their first leg match at the Round of 16 this season, and the first match for the Champions since December. Atlético Madrid will travel and start the
This Saturday, Atlético de Madrid will face Sporting de Gijon in El Molinón, keeping their hopes high after last week’s exciting and tense fixture against Celta de Vigo in the Vicente Calderón. Kick-off is set for 13:00 CET. If the Rojiblancos win, they will be an inch closer to third place. Although, we have to
Fresh off of a Copa del Rey semi-final tie which saw Atletico fall 3-2 in the aggregate to their Catalan rivals, Atletico’s 2016/17 campaign is at a crossroads.
On Sunday, the rojiblancos take on Celta Vigo needing a win to move back into the top four after Real Sociedad’s win on Friday night.
A never say never Atleti side fight an inform Barcelona for a ticket to the Copa del Rey finals on Tuesday night.
After a hard fought loss at the Vicente Calderon last week, Atlético Madrid will face the Catalan giants at their home stadium tomorrow with the goal to claw their way to their first final of 2017.
After suffering a loss against Barcelona at Vicente Calderon in midweek, Atlético Madrid will receive Leganes on Saturday looking to end their four match winless run.
The visitors, who are 5 points up on the relegation fight, managed a draw in the last meeting, as the rojiblancos accumulated their second consecutive draw against the new kids in town after a stalemate with Alavés.
When Real Madrid was eliminated by Celta Vigo in last week’s Copa del Rey tie, both Atlético Madrid and Barcelona fans rejoiced as their chances of winning the competition increased significantly.
Now they play each other for a place in the final, with the first leg taking place at the Vicente Calderón on Wednesday evening.