WATCH & DOWNLOAD: Atletico Madrid 2 – 1 Real Madrid [Champions League] Highlights 2016/17

WATCH & DOWNLOAD: Atletico Madrid 2 – 1 Real Madrid [Champions League] Highlights 2016/17


Atletico Madrid’s last Champions League diversion at Vicente Calderon finished in triumph, yet Real Madrid will meet Juventus in the last.

REAL Madrid achieved a third Champions League last in four years subsequent to seeing off Atletico Madrid notwithstanding a 2-1 vanquish in the second leg of their semi-last tie on Wednesday.

Two objectives in the initial 16 minutes from Atleti undermined to deliver another essential rebound in this present season’s competition, until Isco’s strike just before half-time successfully finished those expectations and fixed a 4-2 total win.

The players were welcomed with a tifo from the home fans announcing ‘glad to be distinctive to you’ as they exited onto the pitch for the last European amusement at Vicente Calderon, yet Atletico’s electric begin was particularly in the form of Madrid’s in the primary leg.

Saul Niguez pounded in a header with 12 minutes gone before Antoine Griezmann changed over a punishment to get Diego Simeone’s side putting stock in a turnaround.

Madrid have made a propensity for burrowing profound to rescue comes about this term, however, and Isco’s complete from short proximity on 42 minutes – his first in the Champions League this season – gave Zinedine Zidane’s side a significant away objective.

Atleti continued on yet there was minimal genuine expectation in their second-half endeavors, as they endured European tragedy against their city adversaries for the fourth time in the same number of seasons.

Madrid’s expectations of turning into the main group to guard the Champions League stay in place, in any case, and they will confront Juventus – the group Zidane left as a player to move to Santiago Bernabeu, who thumped out Monaco on Tuesday – in one month from now’s last in Cardiff.

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Atletico went in chase of the opening objective from commence and it took a fine low spare at the close post from Keylor Navas to prevent Koke’s pushed exertion from giving the hosts the lead after just five minutes.

Jan Oblak was similarly great at the flip side to keep out Casemiro’s header with a flying one-equipped stop, yet Atleti’s weight on the Madrid protection told in the thirteenth moment, as Saul rose most noteworthy to control a header past Navas from six yards out from a Koke corner.

Madrid’s protection had not settled and Atleti exploited again on 16 minutes. Raphael Varane’s awkward test felled Fernando Torres in the punishment territory, permitting Griezmann – who missed from the spot in ordinary time of a year ago’s last – to twofold the lead, despite the fact that Navas got a hand to his exertion.

Madrid started to manage ownership without making a lot of a risk as the principal half slipped into a sketchy issue in which five players were indicated yellow cards, including chiefs Sergio Ramos and Gabi, both for difference.

With three minutes to play before the interim, Madrid’s expanding control bore an invaluable away objective. Karim Benzema’s radiant footwork saw him beat three players as he cut into the region from the left, and in spite of the fact that Oblak spared Toni Kroos’ shot from the striker’s reduced, Isco was close by to hand over the bounce back.

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The guests all of a sudden looked agreeable, with Isco and Luka Modric taking order of procedures, and another fine bit of expertise from the previous sent Madrid on their way to a promising assault ahead of schedule in the second a large portion of that completed with a wayward first-time strike from Cristiano Ronaldo.

Atleti’s assault was deficient with regards to the power they appeared in the first yet Navas was expected to stop the home side snatching another help, making a decent low piece to deny Yannick Carrasco before scrambling up to turn substitute Kevin Gameiro’s bounce back wide of the objective.

Madrid had the ball in the net again after Ronaldo scraped Modric’s mishit volley into the base corner, just for an offside banner to be raised, before Benzema’s jumping header undulated the side-netting taking after a fine Marcelo cross.

A late push from Atleti was insufficient to debilitate the outcome as they passed up a great opportunity for an arrival to the last, while Madrid stay very much set to secure a group and Champions League twofold.



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