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Atlético Madrid 3 - Valencia CF 0

Atlético Madrid defeated Valencia CF at Vicente Calderón Stadium 3 goals to 0.
Antoine Griezmann netted twice and Kevin Gameiro scored one goal to help atleti
clinch victory over Los Che.
Recovered Fernando Torres watched the game from stands after returning from the
scary injury he suffered against Deportivo la Coruna last week.
Griezmann's double gets his goals tally to 20 this season.
The Atletico fans paid tribute to the el nino by unveiling banners of support and chanting
his name in the ninth minute of the game. 
One banner read: 'El Calderon Te Quiere - Fuerza Torres'.
Atleti are now placed 4th in the liga table.

Antoine Griezmann scores his second goal past keeper Diego Alves.
Atleti fans supporting Fernando Torres.


Fernando Torres thanking the fans for their support.




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