ATLÉTICO 3-0 OSASUNA
Atlético de Madrid: Oblak; Juanfran, Godín, Lucas, Filipe Luis (Savic, 67’); Nico Gaitán (Cerci, 75’), Thomas, Giménez, Carrasco; Correa and Fernando Torres (Tiago, 71’).
Osasuna: Sirigu; Olavide (De las Cuevas, 57’), Oier, David García, Fuentes, Clerc (Aitor Buñuel, 57’); Fausto Tienza (Roberto Torres, 76’), Causic, Berenguer; Sergio León and Kenan.
Referee: Melero López. Booked the home player Giménez (25’); and the visiting Kenan (43’), Oier (54’), Sirigu (88’) and De las Cuevas (89’).
1-0. 30'. Carrasco scores in personal play after dribbling two players and finishing close to Sirigu's right post.
2-0. 47'. Carrasco heads into the net a measured cross from Nico Gaitán.
3-0. 61'. Filipe Luis scores with the right after and assist from Correa.
An Atlético de Madrid with differences to the last match resolved efficiently the match against Osasuna. And did so with three brilliant goals. The first one was scored by Carrasco at the half hour mark, similar to the one he scored against Valencia last season, making two dribbles and sending the ball into the net next to the post. Later, Carrasco scored again just as the second half began, with a header to a cross by Gaitán. And Filipe Luis, who is on a roll scoring goals (three in the last four League games), closed the match with a right footer.
The truth is that we scored three but it could have been more because Torres also had his opportunities, saved by Sirigu, as well as Correa and Thomas. We had time to see Cerci’s League debut and Tiago's return after his injury. Children’s Day was a party for the youngest and for an Atlético de Madrid that has another exciting match on Tuesday in the second leg of the Champions quarter-finals against Leicester. There were even two penalties in the final minutes, both saved by Sirigu, one shot by Carrasco and other by Thomas.