I must apologize for forgetting Mario BOLATTI’s name. Yes, he is also another integral member of this championship winning Dragons.
But anyway, congratulation on your team success and now lets see what was happening on Sunday.
Atletico Madrid main objective for their current situation would have to be securing the fourth spot position in La Liga and to book their ticket to play in next season’s Champions League.
With the score line at 4-3 until the 54th minute, two goals from wonder boy Kun AGUERO would ensure them a comfortable lead and an all-important win was secured.
Meanwhile, Fabricio COLOCCINI was on target for Deportivo La Coruna’s 3-1 win over Racing Santander.
Mariano PAVONE also had a goal for Real Betis as they defeated Real Zaragoza 3-0.
The rest of the goals from for the weekend came somewhat lesser known leagues in Europe.
We will start in Russia in which on Friday, both Hector BRACAMONTE and Maxi LOPEZ scored for FC Moscow in their 2-2 draw with FC Khimki.
Then in Sunday, another scorer was Leandro FERNANDEZ whose goal in the 87th minute help Dinamo Moscow to a 2-0 win against Spartak Nalchik.
While Belgium, a goal from Nicolas FRUTOS help 10 man Anderlecht to win against KSV Westerlo.
Lastly in Greece, in Asteras Tripoli came away with 2-0 win over Atrmitos. Alejandro DAMONTE’s goal in the 84th minute help to secure this win but the match ended with Harocio CARDOZO being sent-off in the last minute.