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Angel Correa, Koke impress as Atletico Madrid stroll in Derbi Madrileno tune-up

Antoine Griezmann and Co. started fast against newly-promoted Huesca and cruised to a 3-0 victory.
Koke impressed again, chipping in a goal from a central position against Huesca.

Atletico Madrid continued their recent upturn in form as they swatted aside La Liga new boys Huesca 3-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano on Tuesday night.

It was as comfortable a night as they come for Los Rojiblancos, who dominated from start to finish and had the game wrapped up after 35 minutes thanks to goals from Antoine Griezmann, Thomas Partey and a fluke from Koke.

The second half was a non-event but Atleti's form looks to be on the up just in time for this weekend's mouth-watering Derbi Madrileno...

Record-breaking Lemar can be Atletico Madrid bargain; Parejo's awful week

Craig Burley feels Antoine Griezmann's comments are a bit arrogant when he said he's at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains how Ernesto Valverde's player selection played a major role in Barcelona's 2-2 draw against Girona.

Let me tell you a couple of things about Thomas Lemar. Costing more than €70 million, he didn't so much break Atletico's record transfer market outlay, he smashed it. Secondly, his move to Los Rojiblancos could have been utterly disastrous.

With due respect to Monaco, living and training in Monte Carlo bears no relationship to working for Diego Simeone and his fierce assistant Mono Burgos. Monaco and Atleti share the same sport, but in the same way that Teslas and monster trucks are both...

Atletico Madrid's Thomas Lemar a 9/10 as new arrival makes his mark

Atletico Madrid continued their resurgence with a comfortable 2-0 victory away to Getafe on Saturday evening.

Thomas Lemar was the star of the show, with the Frenchman smashing a shot against the bar that rebounded off the keeper for the first, before coolly slotting the second in what Los Rojiblancos fans will be hoping is a taste of things to come.

Getafe were then reduced to 10 men for a nasty stamp on Saul Niguez by Ivan Alejo with 20 minutes to go and they had little trouble in seeing out the...

Diego Costa, Jose Gimenez inspire Atletico Madrid fightback at Monaco

Jose Gimenez's header put Atletico Madrid up 2-1 in their Champions League opener against Monaco.
Jose Gimenez was Atletico's best on the night, showing his power in defence and also chipping in the game-winning goal.

Atletico Madrid got their Champions League campaign off to the perfect start as they beat Monaco 2-1 away in their first group stage game.

It had looked as if the club's rotten form was going to continue when Samuel Grandsir put Monaco ahead against the run of play after a comedy of errors from Saul Niguez and Angel Correa.

However Diego Costa equalised shortly after, before Jose Gimenez thumped home a header on the stroke of half-time.

The second half was largely a non-event, with a professional...

Are Atletico Madrid favourites to win the Champions League?

With negotiations reportedly ongoing to play the UEFA Champions League final in New York, the FC crew weigh the pros and cons of playing in the U.S.

It was when discussing Manchester City's emergence as a Champions League contender ahead of the 10th anniversary of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nayan's ownership of the club that Txiki Begiristain, the director of football at the Etihad, let slip the name of the team that they all fear in Europe this season.

"Atletico Madrid," Begiristain said, before blowing out his cheeks and shaking his head. "They are really strong this year."

There has only been one first-time winner of the Champions League...

Antoine Griezmann fluffs his lines as Atletico Madrid lurch into crisis with Eibar draw

Atletico Madrid lurched towards a full-blown crisis as they scraped a 1-1 draw at home to Eibar on Saturday.

Profligacy was the name of the game as Los Rojiblancos came up against an inspired Marko Dmitrovic and allowed no fewer than eight presentable opportunities to go to waste, hitting the woodwork a couple of times, too.

It appeared they would be made to pay when Sergi Enrich gave the visitors a shock lead three minutes from the end, but substitute Borja Garces saved their blushes.

Big, big questions...