Betis Vs Ath Madrid – A brace from Griezmann, another Olympic goal and another nutmeg for the keeper, sealed the three points for Atletico.
Betis Vs Ath Madrid
Luis Enrique was credited with a first-half breakaway. Argentina didn’t bother as Betis looked bad on the card. They have been making progress in recent weeks and Alex Moreno is also measuring up this season. It was stopped twice at the back post and at the end Moreno was very lucky not to finish at the back post, breaking the power over the bar – 6.
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A number of big blocks and chances were made when Atletico were in the lead. He scored more goals than any other Atletico Madrid player – 7.
He seems to struggle with Borja Iglesias and his holding game. Most fouls committed by Atletico Madrid players — 6.
Luiz struggled to fight Enrique. He was troubled by a clearance that Betis scored in the opening minutes of the second half. VAR ruled it out, but it’s hard to know what Renildo was thinking. He saved the day as Atletico went 1-0 up with a last-gasp strike after a Betis breakaway and Atletico almost took the lead – 7.
Worked well until Fekir came and struggled after that. He was more than usual and Fekir and William Carvalho combined well behind Atletico’s midfield – 7.
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Koke’s playing career predated Kondogbia’s long and played well, if not spectacularly. With good form, he is eager to attack when he gets a chance to push forward. It’s been quiet in the absence of the Atletico boss. He has more power than any other visiting player – 7.
Yusuf Sabali raised his hand in the first half. Right-back and Luiz Enrique connected well and Saul was tasked with assisting Rainildo on Atletico’s left. Saul is a killer, and is replaced by Rodrigo de Paul. No water ahead – 7.
Not his best first half. He was far from the penalty area, but he worked hard down the right. His contact was good going forward and he was involved in the second goal, passing it to Cunha before assisting Brazil’s Griezmann – 6.
Betis did well to stop him in the penalty area. After an hour the substitute lost his head and was booked but the ref continued to talk to Gil Manzano. He and Griezmann seem to have a good understanding and both like it until Simeone reads – 6.
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He played as a second striker, but appeared everywhere in the midfield and attack line. The second half started well as Korea had a good chance. He scored against Olimpico from a corner in the 55th minute. He then scored a second goal in the 71st minute and Atletico were back in form and now in good form – 8.
Morata was substituted after an hour. He only played half an hour, but his movement and energy in defending was evident. He also got help when he arrived – 8.
Was able to save, but could do something offensively. He arrived after 75 minutes and didn’t take long to introduce himself. I think it’s fair to say that his current situation is problematic. Had a good chance to kill the game, but Rui Silva saved it.
Joao Felix replaced Betis on the scoresheet with a fine cross after catching him. It won’t take long for it to make a real impact.ATM XI Oblak; Savic, Gimenez, Hermoso; Trippier, Carrasco (Lodi 88′), Koke, De Paul (Cunha 84′); Correa (Herrera 84′), Griezmann, Suarez (Felix 70′).
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BET XI Bravo; Montoya, Pezzella, Edgar, Alex Moreno; Carvalho (Rodriguez 66′), Guardado (Rober 78′); Rodri (Aiter Ruibal 46′), Canales, Juanmi (Tello 46′); Willian Jose (Iglesias 78′).
Measachiod made a team-high four appearances for the Montenegrin and his return to the starting 11 coincided with Atletico Madrid’s first clean sheet and victory in nearly a month. 7.5
Attacked the ball several times from set pieces and made a great block to start the second half 1-0. 7.5
Atlético could have doubled the lead in the first half from a corner, but couldn’t keep up his shot. Hermoso sent the ball into the net again at the start of the second half. One of his more defensive performances – when he’s locked in at this end, he’s one of LaLiga’s best defenders. 8
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Although he was focused, he was out of action in the first half – Sunday’s match against Pacey was tough for Alex Moreno and he handled it well. 6
The right-back impressed early on, enjoying competition with Martin Montoya. He created space for Antoine Griezmann and Rodrigo de Paul in the first 15 minutes before opening the scoring with a 27th-minute volley off his left foot. The Belgian capped a superb display with an 80th-minute assist for Joao Felix – his best so far. 9.5
Few passes were misplaced in the first half and more composed in the second half. Not the best day for the captain. 6
Whenever De Paul is on top the ball seems to move forward. His passing (91 percent with two turnovers) tops the ranks, he draws tackles (five on Sunday), and he can run for hours (five attempted strokes). No wonder Diego Simeone wants to bring him to Atletico. 9
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Carrasco assisted the opener in the 27th minute, starting a league match for the first time since September 21. He fumbled just one of his 27 passes and finished with four key passes. 8
Claudio Bravo made two saves in the first 20 minutes before he got a second chance by playing well against Correa. His corner kick sent German Pezella into his own net after the hour mark. 7
Another game where he became a goal threat despite his physical limitations and lack of touch. Griezmann set himself up for a chance on the hour and headed in a corner that doubled the lead. 4.5
He scored his first goal in eight months with a left-footed strike with 10 minutes left on the clock. 7
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He touched it only once and it failed to produce any effect and the result was sealed in his entrance. N/ABI In the rain on Sunday afternoon, Atletico Madrid beat Real Betis 3-0 to prepare for their midweek trip to Liverpool in the best possible way. Yannick Carrasco fired Atleti early in the first half, a goal from German Pezzella and a cool finish from Joao Felix adding to the home lead after the break.
Joao Felix did not start the match, with the front three starting Antoine Griezmann, Luis Suarez and Angel Correa. Griezmann impressed early on, making two excellent saves from Claudio Bravo.
Then, in the 26th minute, Atleti took the lead when Correa played in Carrasco, who parried Martin Montoya before firing past Bravo.
In the second half, the Rojiblancos decided to add to their lead in order not to drop any points. They looked to have doubled that advantage when Mario Hermoso headed in from a free kick, but VAR ruled him offside.
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The second goal eventually came and it was an own goal by Pezzella, who deflected the ball into his bottom corner while trying to save a corner.
Joao Felix was sent off as the hosts looked to score another goal and the Portuguese did just that in the 80th minute. It wasn’t ruled offside at first, but VAR intervened and allowed Colconeros’ goal, sending a wild and jubilant Diego Simeone to the VIP boxes where he managed to block traffic.
It was a fantastic win for Atletico Madrid and they can travel to England with confidence. They will be without Griezmann, who did a good job even if he didn’t score or assist. However, Joao Felix will be well rested and full of confidence when he takes to the pitch at Anfield on Wednesday. Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann scores the second goal /Marcelo del Pozo gets the license
Oct 23 () – Two second-half goals from Antoine Griezmann, one from a corner kick, gave Atletico Madrid a 2-1 win at Real Betis on Sunday, extending their unbeaten run in LaLiga.