Atletico Madrid advance past Red Bull Salzburg

Atletico Madrid advance past Red Bull Salzburg

Atletico Madrid created another defensive dog scene to qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League, beating Red Bull Salzburg 2-0.

The Austrians, who needed a win to qualify, attacked this post as Merkim Perisha initially demolished several positions.

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Diego Simeone, who welcomed Luis Suarez back into the line-up, saw his side soaking up pressure and scores typically from a set piece, with Mario Hermoso seeing his first goal for the club with a free-kick.

In the second period the side of the house continued to dominate and was in vain towards the goal. Reported Arsenal goalkeeper Dominique Sophosloy and Rosmus Christensen both failed to find the target from close range.

Enoch Mawbeu attacked the post with a long-distance effort for the hosts in the final stages, but the Liga leaders sealed the victory with a late volley from Yannik Karasko.

Speaking point

Was the result harsh for the Austrians? Had their shooting boots been in the Salzburg game, it would have been a match within half an hour. They attacked the woodworkers once in a half and missed several chances from close range, failing to adequately test John Oblock.

It was similar to the game against Bayer last month, when Robert Lewandowski overcame several chances before leading the dominating champions to victory. Atletico did what they did best, had plenty of men behind the ball, Salzburg did beautiful things and did enough to clear the win, it was a Simeon master class.

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Man of the Match

Stephen Chavic (Atletico Madrid): In the absence of experienced Jose Cimenez, the former Manchester City man landed on a busy evening for Atletico defense. The handling and tidying up of the four then was entirely enjoyable. He was unfairly recorded for vintage smashing for the Simeon type challenge.

Player ratings

Salzburg: Stankovic 6, Christensen 7, Ramalho 6, Weber 6, Ulmer 5, Junusovic 5, Mwebu 7, Sophosloy 6, Perisha 7, Koita 7, Dhaka 5. Sub: Okafor 5, Adeomi N / A, Onguin N / A, Suzik N / a, Okugawa n / a.

Atletico Madrid: Oblock 8, Felipe 8, Savic 9, Hermoso 8, Tripier 7, Saul 5, Coke 5, Carrasco 8, Lorent 5, Felix 6, Suarez 5. Subs: Herrera 5, Korea 7, Torera N / A, Lemmer N / A , Lodi n / a.

Important moments

2 ‘- Post! The ball is thrown for Perisha, and its low curling effort hits the post and hits the post.

39 ‘- Goal for Atletico! Felix is ​​stuck on the left side, given no yellow. Hermoso heads Karasco’s distribution.

49 ‘- What a miss! Szoboszlai passes the trade and the keeper to beat the sides is only inches wider than the target!

77 ‘- Opportunity! From a distance Mwepu’s strike struck the outside of the post, fantastic strike.

86 ‘- Goal for Atletico! At the counter, Carrasco pulls it from the Korean cross into the lower corner of the wall.

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  • Hermoso became the first Spanish defender to score for the Red-and-Whites in the Champions League.

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