A good striker is a rare commodity in modern football. While most European giants have their fair share of intelligent playmakers, a good striker is rare to come across. And that is why it is all the more surprising that a club like Atletico Madrid has had in its ranks, some of the finest strikers to have graced the pitch in the last decade. But perhaps we should not be surprised. While the Spanish club is no European powerhouse, it has a history made rich by the presence of some of the worldai??i??s greatest strikers. Christian Vieri, Hasselbaink, Luis Aragones, Adrian Escudero-the club has had at its service several great strikers over the last few decades. While these names have gathered dust over the years, Atletico Madrid has kept their reputation of roping in men of supreme talent to lead the teamai??i??s attack. From Fernando Torres to Diego Costa and David Villa, Atletico Madrid have faced quite a few problems over the last decade but the lack of a good forward was never one. Letai??i??s take a look.

Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres-Taking the World by a Storm

Fernando Torres was the poster boy at Atletico Madrid. Coming up the youth ranks, El Nino as he was popularly called, had a keen eye for goal during his years at Atletico Madrid. He truly came of age in the 2002-2003 season, scoring 13 goals in 29 league games, making his presence felt on the big stage. As a striker, the young man could do no wrong. Fiercely loyal to his club, Torres grew a habit of being present at the right place in the right time. He took on defenders with a predatorai??i??s prowess and his confidence only grew with repeated success. He almost always found himself at the receiving end of long balls played out from the flanks which he dutifully guided inside the net. He often rounded up defenders and goal-keepers, scoring with ease and at regular intervals. One of his most memorable moments in the season came when he lobbed the ball over a Deportivo de La CoruAi??a defender and then calmly slotted the ball into the top corner of the post from an extremely tight angle.

He made such an impression that several clubs lined up to take the boy away from Madrid. He was Roman Abramovichai??i??s early targets as Chelsea bid for the Spaniard in 2003 but Atleticoai??i??s darling had only just started in the Spanish La Liga. The boy who could do no wrong started peaking with experience and was made Captain in August 2003 at the tender age of 19. He went on to score 21 goals that season and firmly established his place as one of Spainai??i??s best strikers. Spainai??i??s Golden Boy was being fiercely pursued by several clubs as Manchester United and Arsenal too joined the race and allegedly offered the club Ai??24 million pounds plus Diego Forlan, an offer that was rejected by Atletico.

We would love it if he came because he is a complete player with a great physique and I am a big fan of his. Torres is a good player, a great goalscorer and we would be delighted if he was to sign for us.- Cesc Fabregas, Arsenal midfielder, May 10th 2006

Ai??Aware of the clubai??i??s financial constraints, Torres knew he would eventually have to make a high-profile move to stabilize the clubai??i??s dire economic conditions.

If it would help out the club, Iai??i??ll leave. If it helped out the club financially then I will swap jerseys. But I will not leave for a Spanish club. I would never face the team that I was born in while in the same league.

The Spaniard stayed on Atletico Madrid for the next three seasons and continued to lead the team with his dazzling performances in front of the goal. With his best years still to come, Atleticoai??i??s young prodigy had developed into a lethal striker, feared and respected in equal measures. Having scored a total of 91 goals for Atletico Madrid, Fernando Torres left his indelible mark at his childhood club as he made his way to Anfield in the summer of 2007.

Sergio Aguero

Atletico Madrid v FC Porto - UEFA Champions League

Sergio Aguero-Taking Charge

Making his senior team debut for Independiente at the tender age of 15, Sergio Aguero carved out a name for himself in his three years at the Argentine club. Scoring 23 goals for the club in 54 appearances, Aguero drew a lot of attention from European clubs and finally made his move to Atletico Madrid in 2006 as the clubai??i??s record breaking signing. Well aware of Fernando Torresai??i?? imminent departure, the club was wise to invest in another striker who was gradually eased into Spanish football by club manager Javier Aguirre who mostly brought him on as a substitute towards the fag end of the game. It was in his second season at Atletico that Aguero blossomed into a lethal striker. He ensured that Fernando Torres was not missed at the Vicente CalderA?n as he took control of the clubai??i??s attacking duties.

Scoring 27 goals in 50 appearances, Aguero was an absolute treat to watch on the pitch. A very hard-worker, Aguero was a man on a mission as chased after balls, linked up with other players, took on defenders and beat goalkeepers with his clinical finishing. Only 19 years old, Aguero had already established himself as one of the most important player in the squad. He won the hearts at Atletico after his dazzling performance against Spanish giants Barcelona, where he scored two goals, assisted one and won a penalty. Playing a pivotal role in the season, Aguero ensured that Atletico qualified for Champions League next year after leading the club to a fourth-place finish in the La Liga.

His next season at Atletico was equally influential as he scored 21 goals in 47 appearances and developed a lethal partnership with Diego Forlan in front of the goal. A natural striker, Aguero was brilliant as an out-and-out striker and linked wonderfully with other players, often assisting goals. His most memorable performance again came against Barcelona as he scored a brace, the second one being in the last minutes of the game as he helped clinch the game 4-3 in Atleticoai??i??s favour. He scored 19 goals in 54 appearances in the next season, unarguably Atleticoai??i??s most successful season in almost a decade. Following an early exit from Champions League, Atletico found their momentum in Europa League which they won 2 goals to one against Fulham in the finals, Aguero having assisted both the goals. He then went on to lead Atletcio to their maiden UEFA Super Cup victory after putting forth a brilliant display as he assisted Reyesai??i?? opening goal and then scored the next in the 83rd minute as they beat Inter Milan two goals to none.

Aguero finished his time at Atletico Madrid with his best season in terms of performance. He scored 27 goals in just 41 appearances and took his tally to a total of 101 goals for Atletico Madrid in 234 games, having become the tenth highest scorer in the history of the club. Though he renewed his contract with Atletico in January 2011, he later announced his desire to be released by the club. Amidst furious protests from the home fans, Aguero finished his chapter at Atletico and moved to nouveau-riche Manchester City in a deal that earned Atletico 38 Million pounds.

Diego Forlan

Diego Forlan and Sergio Aguero-A Lethal Duo

Diego Forlan and Sergio Aguero-A Lethal Duo

Having reclaimed himself at Villarreal after a disappointing spell in England, Diego Forlan made his way to the Spanish capital in 2007 to replace former captain Fernando Torres at Atletico Madrid.Ai?? Coming after a successful season at Villarreal which saw him score 21 goals in 44 appearances, the Uruguayan international was asked to pair Sergio Aguero as the duo led the stack. Forming one of the deadliest partnership with the argentine in La Liga, Forlan realized his true potential at Atletcio Madrid. Helping the club qualify for the Champions League, Forlan scored 23 goals in 53 appearances for the club.

Precise in front of the goal, Diego Forlan combined effortlessly with Aguero as the two scored 50 goals between them in the 2007-2008 season.Ai?? But it was in his second season at the club that Forlan established himself as one of the best strikers in the world. Almost scoring at will, Forlan found his name on the score-sheet an incredible 35 times in just 45 appearances, a feat that won him the Pichichi Trophy as well as the European Golden Boot for the second time in his life. His most memorable performance came against Espanyol where he single handedly led Atleticoai??i??s comeback which helped the team qualify for Europe tfor the second consecutive season. Trailing by two goals and a man down, it was Diego Forlanai??i??s outrageous long distance effort that revived the dying team. Aguero scored the equaliser but that night had Forlanai??i??s name etched all over it as the Uruguayan striker scored in the last minute to help Atletico earn three very crucial points.

When AtlAi??tico came back from 2ai??i??0 down to defeat Villarreal 3ai??i??2, it was ForlA?n who made it 2ai??i??2 on 82 minutes. When they came back from 2ai??i??0 down toAi??defeat Barcelona 4ai??i??3, he it was that gave them belief with a ludicrous 627-yarder just as everyone was giving up, and then made it 3ai??i??3 with 10 minutes to go. And when AtlAi??tico found themselves in much the same position against Espanyol last night, it was ForlA?n yet again who rescued them.Ai??11 may2009, The Guardian

The biggest presence at Atletico, Forlan continued to flourish at Madrid. Ai??He was decisive in Europe scoring the only goal in the first leg encounter with Liverpool at home. He again scored in the return leg after the game was pushed to extra time as Atletico beat Liverpool due to the crucial away goal scored by Forlan. He then scored two goals against Fulham in the finals as Atletico won the Europa League for the first time in the history of the club.

His final season at Atletico was not the farewell that the Uruguayan international had planned. Scoring only ten goals in 40 odd appearances, he did star in Atleticoai??i??s win over Inter Milan in the UEFA Super Cup but went for long spells without scoring any goals. At the end of the season, he made a move to Inter Milan having scored 96 times for Atletico in 197 appearances. A true champion and a born leader, Atletico will forever be indebted to the Uruguayan international for his note-worthy contribution to the club.

Radamel Falcao

Annihilating Chelsea

Annihilating Chelsea

El Tigre, as he is popularly called by fans all over the globe, took the world by a storm in his two years at Atletico Madrid. Often lurking around dangerously near the back four, Radamel Falcao was a predator in the truest sense of the word. Ready to pounce on every given opportunity, he has the ability to make something out of nothing every time the ball finds itself at his feet. His ingenuity in front of the post made an above-average Atletico side a force to reckon with in Spain and Europe. Coming after a brilliant spell at Porto, where he scored 72 goals in 87 appearances, he forced Atletico Madrid to break the bank to avail his services after the club lost both Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan in the summer of 2011.

Scoring 36 goals in just 50 appearances, Radamel Falcao had established himself as one of the deadliest strikers in the world. Good with both his feet, Falcao was the complete striker. A strong physical presence on the field, he led Atletico to their second Europa League victory in two years after having scored the highest number of goals in the tournament. Atletico beat Athletic Bilbao three goals to none with Falcao scoring a brace. His first half hattrick against UEFA Super Cup was one of his best performances, one that caught the attention of the whole world as the Columbian international tore into the London side.

Despite having several well-paying suitors at his doorstep, Falcao chose to stay in Spain and led Atletico Madrid to one of their finest seasons in Spain. Keeping pace with Messi and Ronaldo in the score-sheets , Falcao continued his brilliant run in Spain as he scored 34 goals in just 40 appearances. An inspiring figure on the pitch, Falcao continued to lead his team, often grabbing victory from the cusp of defeat. His contribution towards Atletico was probably defined in his performance against Real Sociedad as the game headed towards a goal-less draw. Used to leading from the front and contributing with timely goals, Radamel Falcao stepped up to take a free-kick in the 90th minute of the match. Though not a free-kick specialist, Falcao managed to find the ball at the back of the net, an indication of his undying commitment towards the club. At the height of his abilities, Falcao continued to score goals as he put five past Deportivo de La Coruna, a fine display of aggression, precision and determination.

His final match as an Atletico Madrid player came against arch-rivals Real Madrid in the Cope del Rey final, a side that had not lost the derby in 14 years. Playing at Santiago Bernabeu, Falcao played an integral role as Atletico beat Real Madrid after a gap of fourteen long years. Though he stayed at Atletico for only two short years, he continued the line of successful strikers to have graced at Vicente Calderon.

The Current Batch-Diego Costa and David Villa

Though not the most liked player in the current Atletico side, Diego Costa can be forgiven for his antics on the pitch due to his brilliance in front of the goal. The current leading scorer in La Liga, Costa has scored 10 goals in nine matches to ensure that Radamel Falcao is not missed at Vicente Calderon. And the fact that he has David Villa to partner him up front stands testimony to Atleticoai??i??s dedication towards building a great side by bringing great strikers to the squad. Having scored 21 goals in just 9 matches, Atletico Madrid has once again found itself two world class strikers to lead the team as they chase European glory.

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