Atletico footballer upset after being ignored by Simeone even though the team needed a goal 

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The Atletico Madrid star has expressed his frustration with manager Diego Simeone. After he refused to be called up during last night’s Champions League game.

     Atletico Madrid were unable to break the defensive line of Club Brugge in their home Champions League final on Wednesday forcing Atletico to fall. A difficult situation for qualification with Mateus Cunha. Antoine Griezmann and Alvaro Morata all having similar chances to pass the net. But can’t get past Simon Mignolet’s hand

Atletico footballer upset after being ignored by Simeone even though the team needed a goal

         Football uefa champions league last night It is a match in the group stage of Group B. The 4th match between the host. Atletico Madrid has played 3 matches has 3 points is at the bottom of the open group Wanda Metropolitano meets Club Brugge from Belgium the leader of the crowd. Of the group that have won three games in a row. They have a full 9 points with this pair having just met Mawik last time. Where Club Brugge beat “Bear Brand” 2-0. It appears that in this game the two teams could not do anything Draw 0-0. Club Brugge has one point and is guaranteed to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League. Of course, leading the group B with 10 points, while “Bear seal” has increased to 4 points, needing to win 2 more remaining matches

         One notable fact of the match was that when goals were needed so much, Diego Simeone did not recall the most expensive signing in Atletico Madrid’s history, Chou . Put Felix on the bench for the fourth game in a row. And when Simeone used his last sub, Axel Witsel Felix returned from the warm-up before collapsing into the seat. Desperately take off the tracksuit.

  After the match, Felix liked a tweet begging him to return to Benfica. club ‘recognized and respected’ and this is considered His worst record in appearances since joining Atletico. before the race Simeone says he is guilty of Felix’s poor form. And that seems like a little consolation for the 22-year-old.

          For Club Brugge, they have certainly qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League after guaranteed second place in Group B last week. They are the first Belgian team to win their first three group stage games and this was a pass. They reached the round of 16 at Europe’s top club competition for the first time since 1990-91, when it was called the UFABET European Cup.

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet won the Player of the Year award after making several brilliant saves in the second half, including two short-term saves to deny Morata’s goal. Including the flick of Mateus Cunha’s shot at 6 yards,  “This is a dream! we fight till the end And in the end we did it,” Mignolet told UEFA’s website. “Last year it didn’t work for us. We feel this year will be different. And now we’re through.” “But our story doesn’t end here: let’s see how far we can go.”