Manchester United and Atletico Madrid are one of the most prominent football clubs in the world, with a long and illustrious history and a track record of constant success.
Red Devils have had a difficult week following some harsh criticism following their defeat in the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium.
During the 4-1 loss to City, Ralf Rangnick’s team was accused of giving up, but Pogba insists the spirit in the camp is still high, and that the win against Tottenham, in which they were twice pegged back, was the right answer.
1st leg Atletico Madrid vs Manchester United
First leg between United and Athletic took place on 24 Feb 2022. Thanks to Elanga’s second-half goal, Manchester United were able to square the game at 1-1.
Moreover, Lingard took a 20-yard shot in the bottom right corner. Oblak counters with a parry. Simeone drags himself through the tunnel, while Elanga is applauded by his teammates.
That very well sums up the performance on an evening when they were outplayed for the bulk of the game, but they stayed in there, fought hard, and stole a late equaliser.
Ronaldo vs Atletico Madrid
The performance of Cristiano Ronaldo versus Atletico Madrid will wow you. Ronaldo has a propensity of scoring against a wide range of opponents, but no club has suffered the brunt of his anger more than Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.
Ronaldo’s teams have eliminated Atlético Madrid in 5 of their last 7 Champions League knockout round outings, whether it was with Real Madrid or Juventus. His numbers against Atlético are incredible: 25 goals in 35 games, 4 hat tricks, and 2 victories in the Champions League final while playing for Real Madrid’s crosstown rival. He has a total of 16 wins and 16 draws against Atletico.
Now he’ll be trying to add to his total when he faces them on Tuesday night with Man Utd.
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2nd Leg Preview: Statistic, Injuries, Prediction
On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, Manchester United vs Atletico Madrid will be head to head for the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie at Old Trafford.
Atletico have won 3 consecutive La Liga games since the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie to reclaim a firm grip on a top 4 spot after a frustrating title defense, while United have stumbled against Watford and Manchester City before finally finding form in defeating Tottenham on Saturday.
Ronaldo vs Tottenham – Hat Trick
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 1st hat-trick for Manchester United in 14 years as the Red Devils overcame Tottenham Hotspur in a thrilling match at Old Trafford. Manchester United defeated Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 in a nail-biting end-to-end match. United moves into the top 4 at Arsenal’s cost, although the Gunners now have four games in hand and no European distractions to contend.
Tottenham scored 2 goals in response to Ronaldo’s efforts, one from a Harry Kane penalty and the other from a Harry Maguire own goal. But it was Ronaldo who got the final say in a 6-0 triumph over Newcastle, completing his first United treble since January 2008. The result gave United a huge injection of confidence ahead of their Champions League.
Things to Look Forward in Atletico Madrid vs Manchester United Match:
- After receiving red cards against Porto and Liverpool, Yannick Carrasco and Felipe both sat out the match against Manchester United.
- Both Daniel Wass and Matheus Cunha are sidelined due to knee injuries.
- Following a supposed positive COVID-19 test, Thomas Lemar may be kicked out of the group.
- Antoine Griezmann has recovered from his injury and is expected to start against the Red Devils.
- Due to a club suspension, bricklayer Greenwood is unable to play.
- Edinson Cavani’s future is also uncertain following a groyne injury.
- Eric Bailly could return to the lineup on Wednesday night after recovering from a lower leg injury.
- Raphael Varane is expected to start ahead of Victor Lindelöf, however Diogo Dalot is expected to start in front of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.