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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Eibar 2 0 0 6
3 Atletico 2 0 0 6
4 Barcelona 2 0 0 6
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Sevilla FCSevilla FC
Atletico MadridAtletico Madrid
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 By Sid Lowe

Atletico Madrid revel in transfer success and Real Madrid's De Gea woe

Former Atletico Madrid man Santiago Solari contends that Diego Simeone's energy will be a determining factor in how Atletico play this season as they look to fend off Sevilla and Valencia.

On the face of it, transfer deadline day was set to be a difficult one for some Atletico Madrid supporters. However, by the time the window shut, things had turned out rather well. They'd actually quite enjoyed it. There had been tears, but they were smiling now. Laughing their heads off, in fact. They do so love it when a plan comes together and their team's plans had come together. Other teams' plans, by contrast, had fallen apart.

The night before, Atletico won 3-0 at Sevilla. When Koke scored...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Angel Correa can't wait to pass ball with Lionel Messi for Argentina

Angel Correa has been Argentina's key playmaker at the South American Under-20 Championships.
Atletico Madrid striker Angel Correa is enjoying his first senior team call-up for Argentina.

Atletico Madrid's young striker Angel Correa says he can't wait to evade defenders along with his Argentina teammate Lionel Messi because "he is the best in the world."

Correa is enjoying his first senior team call-up for Argentina for a pair of friendlies in Texas and admitted he was in awe of the Barcelona star.

"We were playing together during training," Correa told TyC Sports. "I hope I can trick a lot of defenders by passing the ball to Messi because he is the best in the world."

Correa, 20,...

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in Antoine Griezmann's sights

Although the La Liga's top scorers from last season didn't manage to find the net in their respective first two league games, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says that it's just a matter of time before Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are threats once more.
The ESPN FC crew discuss UEFA Champions League draw ceremony where Craig Burley believes it was terribly managed.
Lionel Messi edged out Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo to be named the UEFA Best Player in Europe for the 2014-15 season.

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann wants to solidify his status as one of La Liga's top scorers and dismissed rumours he is unhappy at the club.

Griezmann, 24, finished with 22 league goals in 37 appearances in 2014-15 to help the Rojiblancos clinch third place and a spot in the Champions League group stage.

He ended as the third leading scorer in La Liga behind Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, with 48 goals, and Barcelona's Lionel Messi, with 43.

"I don't know the number [of goals], but I...

Jackson Martinez heads Atletico Madrid's strong summer window

The ESPN FC crew debate whether Jackson Martinez is an upgrade on Mario Mandzukic at Atletico Madrid.

With the transfer window now closed, it's time to look at Atletico Madrid's deals and whether Diego Simeone can be pleased with his summer business.

Ins

Jackson Martinez (Porto, €35m) Luciano Vietto (Villarreal, €20m); Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco (AS Monaco, €15m); Stefan Savic (Fiorentina, €12m plus Mario Suarez); Filipe Luis (Chelsea, €16m); Matias Kranevitter (River Plate, €8m will join in January); Rafael Santos Borre (€5.5m will join next summer)

Outs

Mario...

Diego Costa happy at Chelsea despite Atletico Madrid talk

ESPN FC's Ian Darke has a lot of criticism for the Chelsea side we've seen this season, but says they're too good of a team to continue like this.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa has played down speculation he asked for a return to Atletico Madrid this summer.

Marca reported at the end of the season that Brazil-born Spain international Costa had failed to settle in London and had contacted the Atletico board to ask about the possibility of a return to the Vicente Calderon just one year after his exit.

Costa, though, subsequently said he was happy at Stamford Bridge and, speaking at the Spanish national team headquarters in Madrid on Wednesday,...