Match Reports

Griezmann and Gameiro celebrate the third goal

Copa del Rey: Atlético 3 – 0 Eibar

Atlético Madrid made a big step towards the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Thursday night, beating Eibar 3-0 at home thanks to goals from Antoine Griezmann, Ángel Correa and Kevin Gameiro.

The rojiblancos made a positive statement with one of their best attacking performances of the season, and will travel to Ipurúa next week with just the formalities to complete after a solid win and clean sheet.

Gaitán's early goal didn't set the tone for the match

La Liga: Atlético 1 – 0 Real Betis

It wasn’t the most memorable of matches, but Atlético Madrid made it three wins from three in La Liga on Saturday night with a 1-0 win over Real Betis at the Vicente Calderón.

Nico Gaitán’s early goal separated the two teams on a frosty night in the Spanish capital, but it was a poor game with chances few and far between and actual football almost non-existent.

Correa and Griezmann impressed in attack

Copa del Rey: Atlético 2 – 3 Las Palmas (4 – 3 agg)

Atlético Madrid’s winning streak came to an end on Tuesday, but despite two late Las Palmas goals, the rojiblancos qualified for the Copa del Rey quarter-finals 4-3 on aggregate.

Antoine Griezmann and Ángel Correa put the home side in front on two separate occasions, but a Marko Livaja double and a late winner from Mateo gave Las Palmas the 3-2 win on the night.

Players celebrate Saúl's (fortunate) opening goal

La Liga: Eibar 0 – 2 Atlético

It wasn’t pretty, but Atlético Madrid battled their way to an important 2-0 win away at Eibar on Saturday afternoon thanks to second half goals from Saúl Ñíguez and Antoine Griezmann.

After a forgettable first half, the rojiblancos dug deep after the break to take all three points, but were a little fortunate to take the lead as replays showed a clear offside on goalscorer Saúl.

Koke and teammates celebrate Atleti's opening goal

Copa del Rey: Las Palmas 0 – 2 Atlético

In their first match of the new year, Atlético Madrid took a big step towards the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey on Tuesday night with a 2-0 win away at Las Palmas.

Goals from Koke and Antoine Griezmann – his first in ten domestic matches – sealed the result, giving the rojiblancos a commanding lead to take back to the Vicente Calderón next week.

Atlético too strong for Al-Ittihad

Giménez gives Atlético comeback win in Saudi Arabia

Atlético Madrid were in friendly action on Friday night, coming from behind to win 3-2 against Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad in Jeddah.

Juanfran’s opener was cancelled out by a quickfire double by the home side just before half-time, before second half goals from Torres and Giménez sealed the victory.

Straightforward win for Atlético

Copa del Rey: Atlético 4 – 1 Guijuelo (10 – 1 agg)

Atlético Madrid rediscovered their goalscoring groove against Guijuelo on Tuesday night, scoring four times in the first half in a 4-1 win to seal their passage to the Copa del Rey last 16.

Nico Gaitán, Ángel Correa, Juanfran and Fernando Torres were on target against the third tier side, who scored a late consolation goal through Antonio Pino despite playing most of the game with 10 men.

Saúl's goal separates the two sides at the Calderón

La Liga: Atlético 1 – 0 Las Palmas

Having not won or even scored in the last three matches, Atlético Madrid needed a win against Las Palmas this afternoon to avoid entering a full-blown crisis ahead of the Christmas break.

It wasn’t pretty, but a second half goal from Saúl Ñíguez earned the rojiblancos a 1-0 win, the midfielder firing home just past the hour mark to ensure all three points against a strong side.

Soriano punishes dreadful Atlético defence

La Liga: Villarreal 3 – 0 Atlético

Atlético Madrid suffered their fourth league defeat of the season at Villarreal on Monday night, going down 3-0 at the hands of the Yellow Submarine on an all round night to forget.

Goals from Manu Trigueros, Jonathan dos Santos and Roberto Soriano sealed a deserved win for the home side, but they were gifted the win by a series of errors from Diego Simeone’s side.

Lucas was arguably Atleti's standout performer at the Allianz

Champions League: Bayern 1 – 0 Atlético

Atlético Madrid were beaten 1-0 by Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening, the German side far superior at the Allianz Arena to put a run to the rojiblancos’ winning Champions League run.

Roberto Lewandowski’s superb first half free-kick separated the two sides, but it didn’t tell the full story of the hosts dominance on a night to forget for Simeone and his team.