Terrible Atlético shook her head and Real… lost!

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Humiliate her Real and she was actually landed by Atlético. Tsolo Simeone’s team overcame two consecutive shocks from Valencia and Lazio and with three headers, (two from Morata and one from Griezmann) humiliated the compatriot (3-1)simultaneously breaking her invincibility.

Unrecognizable for Real who entered the match completely sluggish and were hurt at the beginning of each half, by their former forward and even though they reduced to 35′ with Kroos left for the first time this year with his head down from the playing field.

With this victory, the “Rojiblancos” dropped Ancelotti’s team from the top and climbed to fifth place.

The match:

The Madrid derby started with the best omens, as just in the 4th minute, Atlético set fire to the match. Lino’s energy from the left, crosses in the heart of the area, with Morata to head the ball into Kepa’s net, writing it 1-0!

In the 11′ the shot threatened Real with a long-range shot that ended up in his arms Oblak, for the first final of the “merinches” in the derby. In the 18th minute, Atlético took advantage of Real’s sluggishness at the ends and in the 18th minute they “struck” again. Energy from the left, Saul crosses, Griezmann heads it past Kepa to score for the 9th time against Real.

In the 32′ Atlético even came close at 3-0 when o Llorente, came out from the right and turned parallel to Saul, but Kepa intervened, keeping the score. Three minutes later, Real managed to reduce.

Valverde’s energy and cross from the right, clearing the Atletico defense, with the ball reaching the Cross who after pretending to Jimenez made an unimaginable shot, shaking Oblak’s goal for 2-1!

Just before half time Real scored again but his goal Kamavinga was canceled as at the beginning of the phase Riedinger was offside with the score remaining at 2-1 for the first half.

Just as the first half began, so did the second as Atletico surprised Real with Morata finding himself alone against Kepa after Saul’s cross headed in the final 3-1.

Detailed schedule of the 6th matchday:

Friday 22/9

Alavés-Bilbao 0-2

(18′ Williams, 73′ Sunset)

Saturday 23/9

Girona-Mallorca 5-3

(28′ Lopez, 33′ pen. Dobbik, 37′ Martin, 45′ Herrera, 57′ Savio – 4′ pen. Muriki, 89′, 90’+5′ Abdon)

Osasuna-Seville 0-0

Barcelona-Thelta 3-2

(81′, 86′ Lewandowski, 89′ Cancelo – 19′ Larsen, 76′ Douvikas)

Almeria-Valencia 2-2

(59′, 69′ Arribas – 14′ Lopez, 63′ Guerra)

Sunday 24/09

Sociedad-Getafe 4-3

(39′ Alena, 61′, 88′ Oyarthambal, 66′ Mendes – 2′ Kubo, 45+5′ Mayoral, 90+2′ Latasa)

Rayo Vallecano-Villarreal 1-1

(16′ Perez – 15′ Sorloth)

Las Palmas-Granada 1-0

(90’+2′ Kyrian)

Betis-Cádiz 1-1

(60′ Rodriguez – 41′ Alcarath)

Atletico Madrid-Real Madrid 3-1

(4′, 46′ Morata, 18′ Griezmann-35′ Kroos)

The next 7th matchday

Tuesday 26/9

Seville-Almeria

Mallorca-Barcelona

Wednesday 27/9

Bilbao-Getafe

Villarreal-Girona

Real Madrid-Las Palmas

Valencia-Sociedad

Cadiz-Rayo Vaguecano

Thursday 28/9

Granada-Betis

Chelta-Alaves

Osasuna-Atletico

Source: Sport Fm

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