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Saturday 22 March 2008, 22:00 CET
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Primera División


Referee:
Carlos Delgado Ferreiro (Vizcaya)

Home record in 2007-2008 - Sevilla CF:
9-2-4 (31-14)

Away record in 2007-2008 - Club Atlético de Madrid:
5-3-5 (14-12)

Overall record at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán:
26-26-10

Last meetings in Sevilla:

2006-2007: 3-1
2005-2006: 0-0
2004-2005: 2-1
2003-2004: 1-0
2002-2003: 1-1
1999-2000: 2-1
1996-1997: 0-0
1995-1996: 0-0
1994-1995: 2-2

Sevilla CF:
01: Andrés Palop
03: Ivica Dragutinović
04: Daniel Alves
05: Duda
06: Adriano
07: Jesús Navas
08: Christian Poulsen
10: Luis Fabiano
11: Renato
12: Frédéric Kanouté
13: Morgan de Sanctis
14: Julien Escudé
15: Aquivaldo Mosquera
17: Diego Capel
20: Tom de Mul
21: Seydou Keita
22: Arouna Koné
25: Enzo Maresca
26: José Ángel Crespo
28: Federico Fazio

Players out/not available:
02: Javi Navarro (C)
19: Javier Chevantón
23: Khalid Boulahrouz
27: Alejandro Alfaro

Club Atlético de Madrid:
02: Giourkas Seitaridis
03: Antonio López
04: Mariano Pernía
06: Cléber Santana
07: Diego Forlán
08: Raúl García
09: Luis García
10: Sergio Agüero
11: Maxi Rodríguez (C)
12: Fabiano Eller
13: Christian Abbiati
15: José Manuel Jurado
19: Miguel de las Cuevas
21: Luis Perea
22: Pablo Ibañez
24: Simão Sabrosa
25: Leo Franco
29: Ignacio Camacho

Players out/not available:
01: Ismael Falcón
05: Thiago Motta
14: Zé Castro
17: José Antonio Reyes
20: Mista
23: Juan Valera
 

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This will be a very tough game in my opinion, These kind of games decide if we really are capable of competing in the CL next season
 

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the pivotal game of our season.IMO if we lose today if we say goodbye to UCL.i think atleti can win it but i am thinking with my brain off as sevilla are the better/inform team
 

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1-0 Atletico. Maxi.
 

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Great first half defensively, good counter attacks and having Forlán is a true dream. The guy runs his ass off and works really hard. He holds up the ball and plays those one-touch passes which increases the tempo/pace.

Simão is superb :proud:
 

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:proud:
 

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Everything is possible with this club, especially now that Raúl García seems to be injured because of that dirty tackle by Poulsen.
 

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Crucial three points!

Simao, Forlan and Kun were great tonight!

****ing Maresca what the hell he thinks he was doing!
 

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I agree Maresca's act was disgusting, but let's not ignore the facts. Kun's been sent off and red-carded himself, and in 1 and 1/2 years, he's had countless players beat the shit out of him on the field. He's great, but cheap and insitages alot of stuff with the opposition. Of course Maresca's actions are awful and he'll get a long suspension, but Kun shouldn't complain about these things when he brings them on himself.
 

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His game is already affected by his actions earlier so I do think he's got the right to speak out when he thinks something is wrong. He was robbed on a penalty kick yesterday for an example, that was probably the 5th or something like that this season.

Kun may be a player that provokes but who doesn't in Primera División these days?
 

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what a brillliant performance by the team at this crucial moment.i thought we controlled the game pretty much and deservedly won.everyone was solid and i thought simao was our best player.Pablo was good too:)eek:)

finally the team was playing as a unit and sevilla did not create many clear cut chances

and its about time to hype camacho,he is a fvcking star and only 18.IMO he should be the DM next season.

and the maresca red card was disgraceful.headbutting a 19 year old was shameful.i found it actually funny that he was on for poulsen who was on a yellow card.
 

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Camacho still has to get a bit more composed though but I'd agree for the most part.
 

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Simao and Perea were awesome. I still cannot believe that Pernia came out unscathed against Alves.
 

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I agree Maresca's act was disgusting, but let's not ignore the facts. Kun's been sent off and red-carded himself, and in 1 and 1/2 years, he's had countless players beat the shit out of him on the field. He's great, but cheap and insitages alot of stuff with the opposition. Of course Maresca's actions are awful and he'll get a long suspension, but Kun shouldn't complain about these things when he brings them on himself.
The issue was Sevilla refused to stop play when Pablo was down injured due to clash with Fabiano. Kun is a young guy and I think he is improving in that aspect. There can be no justification for Maresca' act :thmbdown:.
 

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Simao and Perea were awesome. I still cannot believe that Pernia came out unscathed against Alves.
He deserves cred, this is the way he should be playing defensively :thumbsup:
 

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That is truly shocking and Luis Perea is the one who's got the most yellow cards this season :howler:
 
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