Objective: to seal our ticket to the Round of 16

Our team visits the Netherlands to face Feyenoord in the UEFA Champions League matchday 5.

Atlético de Madrid and Feyenoord will meet again this Tuesday, from 9pm, in Rotterdam. The home of the Dutch side, better known as De Kuip, is set to host a great night of European football in a match that will be refereed by the English referee Anthony Taylor, who will be assisted from the VOR by his compatriot Stuart Attwell.

After the 6-0 at the Cívitas Metropolitano against Celtic, our team will be looking for another three points on our visit to the Netherlands. The objective of sealing a place in the last 16 is just a win away and even securing top spot in the group, provided Lazio do not win their game against the Scots, scheduled for Tuesday at 6:45pm in the Italian capital.

This match will be decisive for both teams, who are also on a great run of results. Simeone's players go into the game on the back of three wins in the last three matches they have played between domestic and continental competition.

However, the results have been good for more than two months now: 10 wins, two draws (both in the UEFA Champions League) and just one defeat (against Las Palmas in LaLiga). Likewise, we have yet to lose in Europe this season: two wins and two draws, leaving us top of the group with eight points.

For their part, the Dutch side coached by Arne Slot come into this match having lost only twice since visiting our home ground. Since then, their last eight matches have ended in six wins and just two defeats against Twente and Lazio in the Eredivise and Champions League respectively.

Feyenoord go into this match third in the standings with 6 points (2W 2L) and looking to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the next round of European competition. To do so, they will count on the presence of Santi Giménez. The Mexican striker has 18 goals in the 16 games he has played so far, after scoring a hat-trick in his team's win against Excelsior.