Atletico Madrid on the wings of Griezmann won the European league

 

Footballers Atletico Madrid are in the final match of the European League on the wings of the phenomenal Antoine Griezmanna score 3: 0 to beat Olympique Marseille.

The match in Lyon started with an incredible flick of Germain in 4 minutes. Payet in his own style “dribbled” the ball for his attacker, and Germain was in one-on-one situation with the Cloud to hit the ball high through the throat.

As usual, he only waited for the penalty, and it was 21 minutes later. The ball was at the Marseille goalkeeper Mandanda who found Zambo Anguissu, but Cameroon disastrously received the ball and pushed Griezmann’s chance, which, unlike Germain, defeated the opposing goalkeeper and led Atletico to the lead.

It seems that Griezmann’s goal was not a breakthrough moment, at least as far as French team players are concerned. Ten minutes after goal, captain Marseille Dmitri Payet hurt the last lodge and had to leave the field in tears, and replaced by Lopez. After that moment the game of Marseille was completely broken up and there was only a question as to how much difference the Atletico would celebrate.

In the fourth minute of the second half Atletico doubled the advantage. Koke made a brilliant move for the Frenchman who returns to Mandanda and routinely slams the ball over him for 2: 0.

Atletico’s 42th minute could have scored a third goal as Griezmann pushed him from the corner to the first leg, and the year shooks right next to his throat.

Twenty minutes before the end of the match, Koke tried in the distance but Mandanda refused to hit the corner.

Marseille tried to reach a goal in the end. At first 81 minutes Mitroglou shook his head but hit the bench. Only two minutes later, Amavi tried to hit the penalty area but Cloud was safe and had trouble catching the ball.

The final 3: 0 after the counterattack set Gabi to Koke’s assist in the 89th minute of the match.

Atletico has thus come to the third position of the European League winner. Earlier, Atletico celebrated in the 2009/10 and 2011/12 seasons.

 

 

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