13 Apr

Atletico de Madrid vs Real Madrid, Champions league quarter final 2015 April 14

 Atletico de Madrid vs Real Madrid at Vicente Calderón, Champions league quarter final 2015 April 14 first leg 

Atletico-Madrid-vs-Real-Madrid-14-April-2015-UEFA-Champions-League-Quarter-Final-4K-WallpaperThe teams will be faced again in the Champions League tournament since the final last year, but now in a quarter final with two games to play.


The Spanish clubs from the capital have already been set against each other on six different occasions during the current season and Atlético are unbeaten in all meetings with the rival.

Atlético have won all four of their home matches in this season’s competition and Madrid are chasing a fifth straight home victory in this season’s competition having won their three group games in Madrid with a 10-0 aggregate score.
Atletico have won 21 of their last 23 European matches at the Vicente Calderón.

Real Madrid are in the quarter-finals for the fifth year in a row and have won all previous four and eight of the last nine they played also Madrid are trying to become the first team to retain the trophy in the UEFA Champions League whole history and Ancelotti can become the first coach to win the trophy four times.

Christiano Ronaldo is in ‘’Galactic’’ shape and scored his 78th goals in UEFA club competition to surpass the record of former Madrid legend Raúl González and has scored 16 goals in 20 appearances against Atlético de Madrid.

The Merengues recorded their biggest Liga victory since 1967 when they thrashed Granada CF 9-1 at home at 5 of April 2015 and Against Granada, Ronaldo scored five goals in a match for the first time in his professional career also the Merengues have failed to score in only one of the past 28 UEFA Champions League away fixtures .

Real Madrid have recieved Ramos and James Rodríguez back from injury.
With a horrible 0-2-4 record this season against the Atletico , and with the recent of the tremendous 4-0 defeat last visit to the Vicente Calderón, Los Blancos have to impress in this game not to loose their respect against the ‘’little brother’’.

Ansaldi, Gabi, Jesús Gámez, Mario Suárez and Fernando Torres, from Atlético de Madrid, and Coentrao, Marcelo and Kroos, from Real Madrid holding a yellow for the Champions league quarter final game.

Both Clubs are of high class containing strong profiles all the way from the bench to the coach and it will be a game loaded with a high quality entertainment.

The Viking strongly believes that Real Madrid will be the team to advance 

further in the tournament and finally reach the semifinal.

Los Merengues are in an unstoppable flow and the player which will decide the outcome is no more less than Christiano Ronaldo, the super skilled, complete footballer which has delivered goals for a decade in the UEFA Champions league.

The Viking’s Pick for the clash at the Vicente Calderón in the first leg is a Draw no Bet Real Madrid win.

Draw no Bet Real Madrid win at odds 1.78 at Betsson.com..



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