An additional three points in the 22nd week makes Atletico reveals the desperate retain the Spanish league title. Now, the team made by Diego Simeone collected a total of 50 points and only four points adrift of Madrid, which is still in the top spot. Atletico ranks third, on goal difference from Barcelona, who will play against Athletic Bilbao on Monday (9/2).
|Atletico beat Real Madrid 4-0|
Playing in front of more than 54,000 supporters, Atletico appeared very aggressive since the kick-off sounds. Arda Turan and colleagues made the more Madrid players to survive and almost helpless because it’s hard out of pressure.
Stream Atletico attack goal in the 14th minute. Tiago perfectly convert the chances that he gets when receiving feedback pull Mario Mandzukic. Tiago, who ran from the rear, flat kick and the ball had hit Iker Casillas, before rolling into the goal.
Just four minutes later, Atletico doubled the lead. This time Saul Niguez, who came on Koke in the 10th minute, scored a spectacular nan as is done with overhead kick. Receiving feedback Guilherme Siqueira, Saul perform acrobatic kicks. First ball hit the post before bouncing into.
Behind two goals, Madrid tried to get up. In the final 10 minutes, Los Blancos started daring attack and take over control of the game. Unfortunately, a number of opportunities not able to be a goal for the meeting host defense. 2-0 score lasted until halftime.
Behind three goals, coach Carlo Ancelotti made a number of changes to the play Jese Rodriguez, Chicarito and Asier Illarramendi. But there was no significant change in terms of the game, because Madrid is very difficult to penetrate the host defense.
Even in the 89th minute, goalkeeper Casillas again broken. This time the ball perfectly Mandzukic with Fernando Torres cross from the right wing. Casillas just stunned to see the ball in the nets thrilling lower left side of the goal. 4-0 also terminate this Madrid derby.
Coach: Diego Simeone
Real Madrid (4-3-3): Iker Casillas; Raphael Varane, Fabio Coentrao, Daniel Carvajal, Nacho Fernandez; Sami Khedira (Jesé 46), Toni Kroos, Isco (Asier Illarramendi 68); Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema (Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez 73), Gareth Bale
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti
Referee: David Fernandez