FC Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino proud of his teamai??i??s performance against Atletico Madrid as the tie hangs in balance after a draw in the first leg.
Barcelona face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter finals and this would be the fourth time the two sides are locking horns this season.
FC Barcelona host Atletico Madrid at Camp Nou on Tuesday in the first leg of the highly anticipated Champions League quarter-final clash.
Real Madrid recovered well from their back to back defeats by claiming an easy win over Rayo while Atletico and Barcelona maintained their excellent form as both registered victory in their tricky away fixtures.
Who will emerge triumphant in this clash of Spanish titans?
In this three-horse race, who will break free?
Chelsea FC have reportedly begun talks to sign Atletico Madridai??i??s Diego Costa.
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has said that he would love the chance to work under Diego Simeone, someone who he played alongside once which has increases the possibility of the Blues swapping the under-par striker with Atletico hot-shot Diego Costa, the La Liga Man who is widely tipped to be Mourinho's top summer target.
Manchester United target Koke has revealed that he intends to stay in Spain and be a part of Atletico Madridai??i??s history, dealing David Moyes a huge blow for his summer plans. Koke has long been linked with a move to Old Trafford and is being targeted by David Moyes as a potential transfer in a bid to improve his midfield. However in an interview, the Spanish youngster claimed that he intends to stay at Atletico Madrid and continue to work under Diego Simeone. Asked if he could see himself stay with Atletico Madrid for the rest of his playing career, Koke did not shy away from saying that it could be possible for him to finish his career at Vicente Calderon. ai???Maybe, why not? I have a long contract and I want to see it through because Atleti is my home.ai??? ai???Weai??i??re doing big things as a team in a very nice project and hopefully I can be here for […]
Atletico Madrid thrash AC Milan to book their place in the Quarter Final of Champions League for the first time in 17 years.