Goals and Highlights: Atletico Madrid 3-2 Valencia in LaLiga
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End game

Atletico 3-2 Valencia.
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Serrano enters and Carrasco leaves, Atlético changes.
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Atletico's Jose Gimenez was cautioned.
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Atlético de Madrid goal

A cross to the far post is finished off by Hermoso to turn the game around.

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Atlético Goal

Suárez cannot send the ball into the net because of the goalkeeper's save, but on the rebound Correa sends it into the net for 2-2.

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Racic in and Musah out, Valencia substitution.
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A service to the area that Koke shoots exactly into the goalkeeper's hands.
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Atletico's Suarez and Herrera, as well as Valencia's Domenech were cautioned.
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Lodi's service that reaches the goalkeeper's hands.
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Valencia changes

Vázquez and Cristhian come in

Latorre and Correia come out.

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Lodi's delayed diagonal that Suarez can't get a good shot off and it goes high.
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Antonio Latorre has been cautioned.
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Atlético de Madrid goal

A corner kick is deflected to the near post and Cunha pushes inside the six-yard box to cut the deficit.

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Atletico's players claim a foul in the opponent's area, but the referee does not sanction anything.
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Felipe and Cunha join

Lemar and Félix leave

Atlético changes.

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Koindredi comes in and Alderete comes out, Valencia substitution.
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Carrasco with a mid-range shot that goes over the top of the goal.
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Correa enters and Lodi comes out, Atlético changes.
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The second half begins between Atlético and Valencia.
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Half time

Atletico Madrid 0-2 Valencia
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Two more minutes are added.
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Valencia Goal

Hugo Duro takes the ball inside the box and, faced with the goalkeeper's exit, touches it to one side to make it 2-0.

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Service to the far post that Suárez heads in an awkward way.
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Now the scorer of the goal, Yunus Musah, is shown the yellow card.
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Hermoso and Foulquier have been cautioned.
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A player is left lying on the field and medical assistance enters the field to check the Valencia player.
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A double shot from Valencia from half distance, the last of them by Soler that reaches the goalkeeper's hands.
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Koke's strong tackle and only the yellow card is shown to the Colchonero player.
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Valencia Goal

Yunus Musah with the shot inside the box that manages to beat Oblak's nets to open the score 1-0.

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Dangerous direct free kick service denied by the Atletico defense.
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Thierry Correia has been cautioned, for Valencia.
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Joao Félix failed to get a good shot on target and the ball went wide.
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Luis Suárez's first-time shot that hits the goalkeeper's hands.
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In the first minutes of the game, Valencia had possession of the ball, but without doing any damage so far.
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The game between Atlético and Valencia kicks off.
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They jump into the field

Atlético and Valencia have jumped into the Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
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Minutes away

In a few minutes the game between Atlético de Madrid and Valencia will kick off at the Wanda Metropolitano for LaLiga.
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The scorers

Atlético de Madrid's top scorer in LaLiga is the Argentine Ángel Correa with 7 goals in 20 games; while for the Naranjeros it is the Portuguese Goncalo Guede with 8 goals in 21 games.
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Atletico Madrid substitutes

10 Ángel Correa

36 Carlos Martín

19 Matheus Cunha

15 Stefan Savic

18 Felipe

16 Héctor Herrera

1 Benjamin Lecomte

26 Javier Serrano

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Valencia substitutes

25 Cristian Rivero

9 Maxi Gómez

11 Hélder Costa

35 Carlos Manuel Perez

27 Koba Koindredi

37 Cristhian Mosquera

32 Jesús Vázquez

17 Denis Cheryshev

22 Marcos de Sousa

21 Manu Vallejo

8 Uros Racic

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XI Valencia

1 Jaume Doménech, 15 Omar Alderete, 12 Mouctar Diakhaby, 3 Toni Lato, 2 Thierry Correia, 6 Hugo Guillamón, 10 Carlos Soler, 4 Yunus Musah, 20 Dimitri Foulquier, 19 Hugo Duro, 7 Goncalo Guedes.
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XI Atletico Madrid

13 Jan Oblak, 22 Mario Hermoso, 2 José Giménez, 12 Renan Lodi, 24 Sime Vrsaljko, 5 Rodrigo De Paul, 6 Koke, 11 Thomas Lemar, 21 Yannick Carrasco, 7 João Félix, 9 Luis Suárez.
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Valencia arrived

With the conviction of being able to add one more victory, Valencia arrived at the Wanda in compliance with the health measures:
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Atletico arrived

Atlético de Madrid has arrived at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, where Mexican Héctor Herrera also arrived in the hope of getting minutes this day.

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How is Valencia arriving?

Valencia has only lost one of its last four matches in any championship, against Real Madrid, while in its only LaLiga game it managed to salvage a 1-1 draw against Sevilla.
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How is Atlético arriving?

Atletico lost 1-2 to Athletic in the semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup and lost 2-0 to Real Sociedad in the Copa del Rey, so they lost two titles and the critics have hit Diego Simeone's team hard.
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Atlético de Madrid needs a victory to try to improve the atmosphere in the dressing room after two painful defeats against a Valencia team that wants to make a splash in LaLiga. We begin with the coverage of the game through VAVEL.
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What time is Atletico Madrid vs Valencia match for LaLiga?

This is the start time of the game Atletico Madrid vs Valencia of 22nd January in several countries:

Argentina: 5:00 PM in ESPN

Bolivia: 4:00 PM in ESPN

Brazil: 5:00 PM in ESPN

Chile: 4:00 PM in ESPN

Colombia: 3:00 PM in ESPN

Ecuador: 3:00 PM in ESPN

USA (ET): 3:00 PM in ESPN

Spain: 9:00 PM

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Paraguay: 5:00 PM in ESPN

Peru: 3:00 PM in ESPN

Uruguay: 5:00 PM in ESPN

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Last games

The series has been very even in the last five matches, although Valencia has not been able to beat Los Colchoneros on any field, recording only two draws and three defeats, including their most recent visit to the Wanda Metropolitano.

Valencia 3-3 Atlético Madrid, 2021

Atlético Madrid 3-1 Valencia, 2021

Valencia 0-1 Atlético Madrid, 2020

Valencia 2-2 Atletico Madrid, 2020

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Valencia, 2021

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Key player Valencia

Expectations are on Portuguese Goncalo Guedes to continue having a good season, highlighting that he is the team's top scorer by registering 8 goals in 21 games.

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Key player Atletico Madrid

Who has been able to maintain a remarkable level of play is the Lusitanian João Félix, who has scored in the last few games and, given the bad results, he will have to shoulder the team to lead them to victory.
Photo: Atletico
Photo: Atletico
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Last lineup Valencia

13 Jasper Cillessen, 37 Cristhian Mosquera, 15 Omar Alderete, 12 Mouctar Diakhaby, 14 José Gayà, 2 Thierry Correia, 6 Hugo Guillamón, 4 Yunus Musah, 20 Dimitri Foulquier, 7 Goncalo Guedes, 19 Hugo Duro.
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Last lineup Atletico Madrid

13 Jan Oblak, 22 Mario Hermoso, 18 Felipe, 12 Renan Lodi, 24 Sime Vrsaljko, 6 Koke, 5 Rodrigo De Paul, 16 Hector Herrera, 21 Yannick Carrasco, 10 Angel Correa, 7 Joao Felix.
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A different outlook

After last Wednesday's elimination against Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone confessed that the outlook and the season have not been easy at all, so they will be looking to turn the page.

"It's a problem of soccer, of life. All the years, the months, the hours ahead of us... are not the same and if six months ago the season was magnificent until today it is being very difficult."

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Valencia: climbing positions

Valencia has not been able to have one of the best seasons, but on Wednesday they managed to rescue a 1-1 draw at home against Sevilla, so they started this season in ninth place with 29 points, but they are in the fight to get into an international tournament for the next semester. It should be noted that defender José Gayà will not be available after being sent off in the last game.
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Atlético de Madrid: getting back on track

The pressure for Atlético de Madrid and, especially, for Diego Simeone is at its maximum after being eliminated from both the Spanish Super Cup and the Copa del Rey (just this Wednesday after losing 2-0 against Real Sociedad), so a victory is more than necessary this Saturday in front of his people.
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The Kick-off

The Atletico Madrid vs Valencia match will be played at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, in Madrid, Spain. The kick-off is scheduled at 3:00 pm ET.
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