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YOUTH LEAGUE / INTENSE GAME THAT WAS DECIDED IN THE PENALTIES SHOOTOUTS

Atlético de Madrid lost in Denmark

Atlético de Madrid made a stand in the knockout match of the round of 16 of the Youth League, but ended up losing against Midtjylland in the penalty shootouts by 5-4, with a shot saved by Santomé which the referee ordered be repeated.

PHOTO: Álex Marín

MIDTJYLLAND 4 – 4  ATLÉTICO DE MADRID
 
Midtjylland:
Raahauge; Jürgensen, Madsen, Murbeck, Poulsen (Hagelskjaer, 93’); Nissen; Thychosen, Olsen, Kirk (Vang, 67’), Anderson; and J. Thomsen (Onyeka Frank, 92’).
 
Atlético de Madrid: Santomé; Oscar del Amo, Alberto Rodríguez, Montoro, Theo (Salomón, 85’); Juan Moreno, Pape (Toni Moya, 65’), Andrés (Zakaría, 70’), Rubén Fernández; Keidi and Rober.
 
Referee: Jonathan Lardot (Belgium). Booked the home player Thychosen (45’); and the visiting Rubén Fernández (75’), Toni Moya (78’) and Montoro (82’). And, in the penalty shootouts, booked the home player Anderson and the visiting Juan Moreno.
 
GOALS:
1-0.  32’. Thychosen.
1-1.  37’. Juan Moreno.
1-2.  41’. Theo.
2-2. 43’. Anderson.
2-3. 51’. Andrés.
3-3. 56’. Thomsen.
4-3. 67. Madsen.
4-4. 91’. Rubén Fernández.

 
PENALTY SHOOTOUTS:
Rubén Fernández, goal (0-1); Jürgensen, goal (1-1); Toni Moya, saved (1-1); Thychosen, goal (2-1); Juan Moreno, goal (2-2); Olsen, goal (3-2); Zakaría, goal (3-3); Anderson, goal (4-3); Montoro, goal (4-4); y Hagelskjaer, goal (5-4).

One-game knockout round between Midtjylland and Atlético de Madrid to qualify for the round of 16 of the Youth League. Thychosen scored for the locals first. Five minutes later came the equaliser by Juan Moreno. And Theo masterfully scored a goal with a rocket into the corner of the net. But Anderson scored the 2-2 on 43 minutes of an electric and vibrant first half.

The second half was just like the first, with alternatives and great goals. Andrés put our team ahead but the scoreboard was quickly turned around. When the match was ending, a header from Rubén Fernández tied the game towards the penalty shootouts. Toni Moya missed the second of our boys and the referee ordered the third of Danes to be repeated, with controversy, which Santomé had saved but Olsen scored in the repetition. The team was out of the competition.  

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