A year after casting out Villarreal from Primera, Atleti dealt Real Zaragoza a final deathblow with their 3-1 victory at La Romareda. For the second season in a row, Atlético played the role of executioner on the last round of La Liga, even appropriately dressing in black for the part. With the loss, los Maños,
Atlético Madrid have ended the 2012-2013 La Liga season with a 3-1 victory over Real Zaragoza, thereby relegating the Maños to the Segunda División. The match long headed towards a stalemate, but after Arda Turan’s goal in the 84th minute, the game exploded. Postiga tied, before Diego Costa finished his excellent season in style by
Atlético Madrid bring the 2012-13 to a close on Saturday night, with a Zaragoza side fighting to avoid relegation our last opponents of the season. The game will also mark our first match after Radamel Falcao, our record signing, sealing a move to Monaco earlier today. Kick-off in La Romareda is set for 21:00 CET.
Following a pair of uninspiring affairs to welcome the New Year, a back-to-full-strength Atlético got off to a sparkling start at the Vicente Calderón on Sunday night when they took on a very tame Real Zaragoza side. Only an unusually imprecise Falcao prevented this match from ending in a blowout. The 2-0 final score belied
Atlético Madrid have concluded the first round of the 2012-2013 Liga BBVA season with a 2-0 victory over Real Zaragoza. The win not only increases our lead over Real Madrid to 7 points, but our total of 44 points from the first 19 games also marks the best opening half of a season in the
Atlético return to the Vicente Calderón for a trio of home games that get off to a start on Sunday when they host Real Zaragoza in La Liga. The action gets underway at 19:00 CET. Los Rojiblancos will want to make a strong statement ahead of Betis’ Copa del Rey quarter-final first leg visit to
A late Diego Godín blunder only served to mask what had been an unbearable 93 minutes against Real Zaragoza prior to the Uruguayan central defender’s costly mistake, which helped our opponents spin a dull affair into a miraculous triumph. Atlético failed to show up at La Romareda, which has been the case for los Colchoneros
Atlético lost 1-0 away at Zaragoza due to a late penalty. In the added time of the match Apoño converted from the spot kick to stick a dagger through Atleti’s Champions League ambitions. Although the Rojiblancos hit the woodwork twice, they simply created too few opportunities to claim a much needed victory in the race
The next stop on Atlético’s schedule is La Romareda Stadium, where los Rojiblancos will square up against a last place Real Zaragoza side banking on a miraculous late season run to avoid a drop to Segunda, a demotion they have been staving off since their return to the Spanish top flight in the 2009/10 season.
On the day for the fans, Atlético secured a 2-0 victory over Real Zaragoza. With the pressure piling on Gregorio Manzano, the team desperately needed a positive result. Goals by Adrián and Álvaro Domínguez in the first half separated the sides and made for our first win in eight games.