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6-8-2, 6th in Spanish Primera División
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Toothless Atletico Madrid held at Villarreal

Atletico Madrid's problems deepened as they were held to a 0-0 draw at Villarreal in La Liga on Friday, stretching their winless run to four games.

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13hMoises Llorens and Julien Laurens

Sources: Atletico want Cavani but PSG won't sell

Atletico Madrid are keen on signing Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani in January to bolster their attacking options, sources have told ESPN

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2dAdriana Garcia

Atleti could be punished for 'Griezmann die' chants

Atletico Madrid could still face punishment after their supporters abused former player Antoine Griezmann with 'die chants' against Barcelona.

Gab & Juls clash over Atletico fans' Griezmann treatment (1:40)
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5dAdriana Garcia

Atletico fans chant 'die' at Griezmann on return

Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann was targeted by Atletico Madrid fans with chants of "die, die" on his first return to the club.

Burley: Messi is keeping Valverde in a job at Barcelona (1:24)
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Late Messi magic beats Atleti, moves Barca top

Lionel Messi hit a sensational late goal to give Barcelona a 1-0 win at title rivals Atletico Madrid which saw the champions reclaim top spot.

Can Barcelona find their footing on the road vs. Atleti? (1:41)
Would Joao Felix score more if he wasn't at Atletico? (1:41)
Cristiano Ronaldo was 'nonexistent' vs. Atletico Madrid (1:10)
Moreno: Ronaldo will be back to his best vs. Atleti (1:00)
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22dAdriana Garcia

Judge vetoes Villarreal-Atletico clash in Miami

A judge in Madrid turned down on Friday La Liga's request to stage Villarreal's home league game against Atletico Madrid on Dec. 6 in Miami.

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24dAlex Kirkland

Morata: Chelsea teammates drove me 'crazy'

Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has said his time at Chelsea was driving him "crazy", with his own teammates doubting his ability.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference66th
Goals Scored1614th
Goals Conceded102nd