REAL MADRID p1-1 ATLÉTICO: #UCL 2016 FINAL FLASHBACK
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Last 5 Matches Real Madrid W L W W W. Replaced at the half. All told, the Belgian was awful for the 45 minutes he played on Saturday night — 3.
One of the few players to come out with any merit but much of his work was without end product — 6. He was replaced after an hour and was visibly upset — 6.
Not for want of trying, maybe, but he looked slow and sluggish when the ball was kicked forward. Barely touched the ball in the second half despite the change of system.
He'll drift centrally and allow space for Trippier to come forward. Must start. Saul Niguez CM : A true box-to-box midfielder, who also came through the academy, Saul has a knack for big goals in big games.
This forces opponents to play through the wide areas to access the penalty area. Additionally, one of their strikers, Diego Costa, is questionable for Saturday.
Atletico have had an easy start to their domestic season, though they did beat Barcelona in their lone difficult match.
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Catch all the upcoming competitions. Simeone has brought on Saul, which is no surprise, but he has taken off Joao Felix. The Portuguese didn't seem happy about it.
Thomas Lemar has certainly been busy since coming on. Not only has he been booked, but he has now wasted a very good chance after a low cross came all the way across the Real Madrid penalty area.
He fired it off target into the side netting. For a moment, it looked like Mateu Lahoz was pointing to the spot.
But, he instead awarded a freekick for Real Madrid on the very edge of the area. Sergio Ramos fancied it and it was straight into the wall. Simeone has made several changes at half time.
He has brought on Angel Correa, Thomas Lemar and Renan Lodi, who replace Felipe, Yannick Carrasco and Hector Herrera.
Let's see if it works. That's all from the first half of this Madrid Derby. Casemiro's goal from a corner after 14 minutes is the only one of the game, with Los Blancos up.
We even had a little bit of tension between Vinicius and Koke just as the half time whistle was blown, but the officiating crew did a good job of calming things down quickly.
Atleti have work to do during the break, while Zidane will hope his players can keep this up in the second half. A lofted shot from Lucas Vazquez was gathered fairly comfortably by Oblak, with Real Madrid having launched yet another attack.
Who had Casemiro for the first booking of the game?