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Atlético Madrid ratings: Granada beat Atleti for first time since 1974

GRA XI Luís Maximiano; Arias (Díaz 46’), Sánchez, Torrente, Neva; Milla, Ruiz (Monchu 79’), Puertas, Machís (Escudero 66’); Molina (Eteki 79’), Luis Javier Suárez (Bacca 90’).

Objectives Machís 18’ Molina 61’

ATM XI Oblak; Trippier, Felipe, Kondogbia (Herrera 68’), Hermoso, Carrasco (Lodi 78’); Koke, De Paul (Correa 68;), Lemar; Félix, Luis Suárez Díaz (Cunha 68’).

Objectives Félix 2’


Oblak

Nothing he might do about Darwin Machís’s golazo — points in transition protection left Oblak out to dry. The second objective was extraordinarily unlucky as João Félix hit the publish, Granada launched a break, then Jorge Molina tucked the ball in. 4

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Trippier

Good first half, regarded to ascertain a reference to Félix and set him up for a half-chance. Disappeared within the second half. 5

Felipe

Took dangers along with his positioning and passing, a few of which have been pointless, however he performed nicely total. 6

Kondogbia

Performed Molina onside instantly earlier than the 39-year-old put Granada forward. 4.5

Hermoso

Might have restored Atlético Madrid’s lead with a header early within the second half, however Luís Maximiano made the save. His passing wasn’t almost impactful sufficient, and the much less mentioned about his defensive consciousness and positioning, the higher. 5

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Carrasco

Carrasco’s ball losses and decision-making are actually hurting the crew in the intervening time. He was dispossessed on the counterattack that led to Machís’s game-tying objective and by no means meaningfully rejoined the play. He had taking pictures lanes with the rating degree within the first half however selected to cross or dribble as a substitute. 3

Koke

Aggressive within the deal with and handed precisely all through, however the captain continues to look below-par bodily and almost unrecognizable from final season’s Koke. 4

De Paul

Missed the ball on Machís’s outside-the-box equalizer, a deal with you’d anticipate him to make. Booked within the recreation’s opening exchanges however didn’t appear fazed. His set-piece deliveries have to enhance. 5

Lemar

Credited with an help on Félix’s opening objective, although it should be mentioned the Portuguese did a lot of the work himself. Atlético turned to him continuously to attempt to decide the Granada lock within the second half, and the Frenchman did what he might — one in every of his crosses was too scorching to deal with for Maximiano, however Matheus Cunha fired the rebound large. 7

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Félix

Wanted a little bit over a minute to attain his first objective since October, turning and driving by the Granada protection earlier than passing the ball into the online along with his proper foot. Had a number of different probabilities within the first 45, however his goal-bound header was referred to as again for a “foul,” he lashed a Yannick Carrasco low cross into orbit, then drew a terrific save from Maximiano on the finish of the half. On the hour, he struck a shot off the bottom of the publish that changed into Granada’s winner. 8

Suárez

Decided to contain himself early on, fluffed his strains with what would have been his first good alternative. Steadily labored out of the sport as his poor type rolls on. 2.5

Herrera

The Mexico worldwide provides little to this crew, and his partnership with Koke goes past any description of “dangerous.”

Correa

Caught a volley over the crossbar inside the ultimate 10 minutes — would have been a positive objective if it had been on the right track. 4.5

Cunha

Had two high quality probabilities towards the tip and may have at the very least put the rebound from Lemar’s shot-cross on the right track. 3.5

Lodi

Didn’t stand out. N/A

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