Atlético Madrid vs Barcelona :- Barcelona are as of now not unbeaten in La Liga this season and will complete the end of the week in 10th spot because of a 2-0 misfortune to Atlético Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Barça were second-best in each division for an hour and a half, and Ronald Koeman was by and by annihilated by his contradicting director as Barça’s emergency deteriorates.
Atlético Madrid vs Barcelona : Barça made a strong beginning to the game, with a limited 4-2-3-1 development with five midfielders that gave them the benefit in midfield and took advantage of certain holes in the Atlético safeguard. Be that as it may, Diego Simeone immediately recognized the issue and made an arrangement change only 12 minutes in, with Thomas Lemar leaving the assault and joining the midfield.
Atlético immediately changed the game in support of themselves, denying spaces halfway and driving Barça to assault down the wings with no wingers. Normally the Blaugrana battled, and Atlético began to overwhelm and got two objectives to show for it.
The initially arrived in a total breakdown of Barça’s singular stamping, and Luis Suárez was isolated in the center to get an ideal pass to discover Thomas Lemar for the opener. Also, not long before halftime, Memphis Depay lost a ball that dispatched an Atlético counter and Lemar gave back, giving Suárez the ball in sections of land of room and the Uruguayan tracked down the rear of the net against his previous club.
At halftime, Barça were in effect completely outcoached and outflanked by Simeone’s Atlético and things vowed to settle the score more awful in the subsequent half.
The subsequent half was an agonizing watch. Sergi Roberto came on at halftime and did literally nothing, and Barça passed the ball to death without making any perilous possibilities. Barça just looked OK, but not exactly great in assault for a concise period after the presentation of Ansu Fati, yet Atlético immediately halted the Prince’s energy and basically traveled to end of the game without going through any difficulty.
The last whistle reached end one more discouraging misfortune for a Barça group that looks lost and disarranged. However, the man liable for that will stay close by, as per the president. So get ready, Barça fans. A greater amount of this is coming.
Atlético: Oblak; Savic, Giménez, Hermoso (Felipe 81′); Llorente, De Paul (Trippier 46′), Koke, Lemar, Carrasco (Lodi 81′); Suárez (Griezmann 72′), Félix (Correa 72′)
Goals : Lemar (23′), Suárez (44′)
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Mingueza (L. De Jong 75′), Araujo, Piqué, Dest (Lenglet 86′); Nico (Roberto 46′), Busquets; De Jong, Coutinho (Fati 64′), Gavi (75′); Memphis
Goals : None