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LATEST MATCHES FORM H2H GOALS HALF TIMING FIRST

FC Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid



 
 Sunday 6 February
FC Barcelona4 2Atletico Madrid
0 - 1 Y. Carrasco (8)
Jordi Alba (10) 1 - 1
Gavi (21) 2 - 1
R. Araujo (43) 3 - 1
HT: 3-1
Dani Alves (49) 4 - 1
Jordi Alba (52)
4 - 2 L. Suarez (58)
Dani Alves (69)
F. de Jong (72)
Gavi (83)
D. Wass (89)
H. Herrera (90)
FT: 4-2

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Streaks and sequences

(this season in the league)

2nd consecutive win for FC Barcelona.
2nd consecutive home win for FC Barcelona.
7th consecutive game where FC Barcelona scored.
2nd consecutive home game where FC Barcelona scored.
3rd consecutive game where Atletico Madrid conceded.
12th consecutive away game where Atletico Madrid conceded.
6th consecutive game where Atletico Madrid scored.
4th consecutive away game where Atletico Madrid scored.
3rd consecutive home game where FC Barcelona conceded.
 

 

Lead durations

Lead durations in 90 minutes of regular time
090
FC Barcelona lead duration 69 min
Teams level in goals 19 min
Atletico Madrid lead duration 2 min
Lead durations tables
To calculate the above duration values based on a total of 90 minutes, goals scored on the 45th minute and during added time of the first half are considered scored on the 45th minute, and goals scored on the 90th minute and during added time of the second half are considered scored on the 90th minute.



 

Outcome Surprise-Level

Points Per Game (before the match)
FC Barcelona at homeAtletico Madrid awayTotal
2.001.363.36


OutcomeOutcome surprise-level
(any scoreline)(Losing team PPG / Total) * 100
Home win
40.5
Scale: from 0 (less surprising) to 100 (more surprising)

Outcome Surprise-levels

More information on the calculation of the Outcome surprise-level is outlined in the following blog article:
Evaluating surprising results







FC Barcelona
1 Marc-André ter Stegen
8 Dani Alves
3 Gerard Piqué
18 Jordi Alba
4 Ronald Araujo
5 Sergio Busquets
21 Frenkie de Jong
16 Pedri
30 P. Paez Gaviria
11 Adama Traoré
19 Ferrán Torres
Bench
13 Neto
25 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
7 Ousmane Dembélé
2 Sergiño Dest
29 Ferran Jutglà
36 Arnau Tenas
17 Luuk de Jong
22 Óscar Mingueza
12 Martin Braithwaite
6 Riqui Puig
14 Nicolás González
33 Abdessamad Ezzalzouli
Featured highlights
Set-up Attempt Outcome
T Min IN CO TB RB ISP ST MT HD DSP WD BL DE WW GO

FCB5'COMTWD
Collective play -> Multiple-touches -> Wide
Ferrán Torres (*)
Ferran Torres receives the ball by the edge of the area, turns and his low shot goes just wide of the right post.

ATM8'COSTGO
Collective play -> Single-touch -> GOAL
Yannick Carrasco (*), Luis Suárez (*)
Suarez runs down the right and drills a low cross inside the box that finds Carrasco running towards the first post. Carrasco's first time shot goes past the goalkeeper low into the opposite corner of the net (0-1).

FCB10'COSTGO
Collective play -> Single-touch -> GOAL
Jordi Alba (***), Dani Alves (*)
Dani Alves plays a lofted cross from the right corner of the penalty area all the way to the left corner, where Jordi Alba drills a wonderful volley that goes straight into the upper right corner of the goal (1-1).

FCB21'COHDGO
Collective play -> Header -> GOAL
P. Paez Gaviria (*), Adama Traoré (*)
Traore runs down the right wing all the way through to the byline and his lofted cross is headed into the top left corner by Gavi from the penalty spot (2-1).

ATM24'COSTBL
Collective play -> Single-touch -> Blocked
João Félix (*), Rodrigo De Paul (*)
In midfield position, De Paul plays an long ball forward on to Joao Felix, whose volley from the left hand edge of the area bounces before being blocked by ter Stegen.

ATM35'COHDWD
Collective play -> Header -> Wide
Stefan Savic (*), Thomas Lemar (*)
Lemar's cross from the left is headed by Savic and the ball goes just wide of the near post.

FCB43'RBSTGO
Rebound -> Single-touch -> GOAL
Ronald Araujo (*)
Following a header in the penalty area, the ball bounces over the bar and touches the ground by the edge of the six-yard box. Araujo strikes the ball from a tight angle after the bounce, hard into the lower right corner of the goal (3-1).

HT

Set-up Attempt Outcome
T Min IN CO TB RB ISP ST MT HD DSP WD BL DE WW GO


FCB49'COMTGO
Collective play -> Multiple-touches -> GOAL
Dani Alves (*)
Dani Alves' shot from the right hand edge of the area goes low into the opposite corner of the goal (4-1).

ATM58'COHDGO
Collective play -> Header -> GOAL
Luis Suárez (*), José Giménez (*)
Suarez heads in from close range, following a header from Jimenez by the edge of the area (4-2).

FT


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Set-up:
IN (Individual play) , CO (Collective play) , TB (Through Ball) , RB (Rebound) , ISP (Indirect Set Piece)
Attempt:
ST (Single-touch) , MT (Multiple-touches) , HD (Header) , DSP (Direct Set Piece)
Outcome:
WD (Wide) , BL (Blocked) , DE (Deflected) , WW (Woodwork) , GO (GOAL)


For more information on the structure and format used in the highlights reviews, you can take a look at the following blog article:
Featured Matches: highlights review


Highlights action summary
FC Barcelona Atlético Madrid
Set-up
 
Individual play
 
Collective play
 4
 
Through Ball
 
Rebound
 
 
Indirect Set Piece
 
Attempt
Single-touch
 2
Multiple-touches
 
Header
 2
 
Direct Set Piece
 
Outcome
Wide
 1
 
Blocked
 1
 
Deflected
 
 
Woodwork
 
GOAL
 2


Highlights stars
Jordi Alba (FCB) 
3 stars
Dani Alves (FCB) 
2 stars
Luis Suárez (ATM) 
2 stars

This Highlights stars table shows how heavily each listed player has been involved in the highlights featured on the page. This should not be considered as an evaluation of the quality of each player's production as:

- The choice itself of which highlights to feature is, by nature, subjective

- A player that did not score but missed 4 chances may well total more highlight stars than a player that only took part in one action and scored a goal, as the ranking is mostly about how often each player has been involved in highlights.

- Highlights relate to a selection of events that typically took place in or around the penalty area only. Obviously a fair share of a match action, including either building up or mitigating the build-up of offensive plays, draws less visibility and yet accounts for a major influence in a game, as it determines the volume of goal chances that each team will be dealing with, either offensively or defensively. Players' involvement in such phases may be under-represented in this type of ranking.

Atlético Madrid
13 Jan Oblak
24 Sime Vrsaljko
15 Stefan Savic
2 José Giménez
22 Hermoso
6 Koke
11 Thomas Lemar
5 Rodrigo De Paul
21 Yannick Carrasco
9 Luis Suárez
7 João Félix
Bench
18 Felipe
16 Héctor Herrera
19 Matheus Cunha
23 Reinildo Isnard Mandava
10 Ángel Correa
1 Benjamin Lecomte
12 Renan Lodi
17 Daniel Wass






Tables overview

League table
GP pts
Real Madrid 38 86
FC Barcelona 37 73
Atletico Mad. 37 68
Sevilla FC 37 67
Real Betis 38 65
Real Sociedad 37 62
Villarreal 37 56
Athletic Bil. 37 55
Valencia 38 48
Osasuna 37 47
Celta Vigo 38 46
Rayo Vallecano 38 42
Espanyol 37 41
Getafe 37 39
Elche 37 39
Granada 37 37
Cadiz 37 36
Mallorca 37 36
Levante 38 35
Alaves 37 31
Form table (last 8)
GP pts
Real Madrid 8 17
FC Barcelona 8 16
Atletico Mad. 8 14
Real Sociedad 8 14
Athletic Bil. 8 14
Levante 8 13
Real Betis 8 12
Villarreal 8 11
Sevilla FC 8 10
Celta Vigo 8 10
Getafe 8 10
Mallorca 8 10
Cadiz 8 9
Granada 8 9
Osasuna 8 9
Alaves 8 9
Rayo Vallecano 8 8
Elche 8 7
Valencia 8 7
Espanyol 8 5
Home
GP pts
Real Madrid 19 44
Atletico Mad. 19 41
Sevilla FC 18 39
FC Barcelona 18 38
Villarreal 19 36
Real Sociedad 18 35
Athletic Bil. 19 34
Espanyol 19 33
Real Betis 19 32
Rayo Vallecano 19 29
Getafe 19 28
Mallorca 19 27
Valencia 19 26
Celta Vigo 19 25
Alaves 18 25
Elche 18 24
Levante 19 22
Osasuna 18 22
Granada 18 21
Cadiz 19 18
Away
GP pts
Real Madrid 19 42
FC Barcelona 19 35
Real Betis 19 33
Sevilla FC 19 28
Atletico Mad. 18 27
Real Sociedad 19 27
Osasuna 19 25
Valencia 19 22
Celta Vigo 19 21
Athletic Bil. 18 21
Villarreal 18 20
Cadiz 18 18
Granada 19 16
Elche 19 15
Rayo Vallecano 19 13
Levante 19 13
Getafe 18 11
Mallorca 18 9
Espanyol 18 8
Alaves 19 6
Offence
GP GF
Real Madrid 38 80
FC Barcelona 37 68
Atletico Mad. 37 63
Real Betis 38 62
Villarreal 37 61
Sevilla FC 37 52
Levante 38 51
Valencia 38 48
Granada 37 44
Athletic Bil. 37 43
Celta Vigo 38 43
Espanyol 37 40
Rayo Vallecano 38 39
Real Sociedad 37 39
Elche 37 37
Osasuna 37 37
Cadiz 37 34
Mallorca 37 34
Getafe 37 32
Alaves 37 31
Defence
GP GA
Sevilla FC 37 30
Real Madrid 38 31
Real Sociedad 37 35
Athletic Bil. 37 35
FC Barcelona 37 36
Villarreal 37 37
Getafe 37 38
Real Betis 38 40
Atletico Mad. 37 42
Celta Vigo 38 43
Osasuna 37 49
Rayo Vallecano 38 50
Elche 37 51
Cadiz 37 51
Valencia 38 53
Espanyol 37 53
Granada 37 61
Mallorca 37 63
Alaves 37 64
Levante 38 76


Segments Table

0 pt 86 pts
5th Segment 4th Segment 3rd Segment 2nd Segment 1st Segment
up to 16.8 pts from 16.9 to 34.1 pts from 34.2 to 51.4 pts from 51.5 to 68.7 pts from 68.8 to 86 pts
(37)  31  Alaves (38)  48  Valencia
(37)  47  Osasuna
(38)  46  Celta Vigo
(38)  42  Rayo Vallecano
(37)  41  Espanyol
(37)  39  Getafe
(37)  39  Elche
(37)  37  Granada
(37)  36  Cadiz
(37)  36  Mallorca
(38)  35  Levante
(37)  68  Atletico Madrid
(37)  67  Sevilla FC
(38)  65  Real Betis
(37)  62  Real Sociedad
(37)  56  Villarreal
(37)  55  Athletic Bilbao
(38)  86  Real Madrid
(37)  73  FC Barcelona

The Segments Table is a visual representation splitting the teams into 5 segments. Each team is assigned to a specific segment, depending on the team's number of points. Each of the 5 segments spans one-fifth (20%) of the total points held by the team ranked 1st in the league. For each team, the number of matches played appears in green between brackets, and the number of points is displayed in black.






Sun 22 May
ELC - GET
Sun 22 May
ALV - CAD
Sun 22 May
GRA - ESY
Sun 22 May
OSA - MAL
Sun 22 May
FCB - VIL
Sun 22 May
SOC - ATM
Sun 22 May
SFC - ATH




La Liga stats

373 matches played / 380
Aug
May
98.2% completed
Home wins:  44%
Over 1.5 goals:  69%
Draws:  29%
Over 2.5 goals:  45%
Away wins:  27%
Over 3.5 goals:  26%
Goals:  938 Home goals per match:  1.43
Goals per match:  2.51 Away goals per match:  1.08
    Both teams scored:  49%

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More statistics tables can be accessed from the 'Statistics' dropdown list on the league navigation menu.
After 373 matches played in the Spanish La Liga, a total of 938 goals have been scored (2.51 goals per match on average). The menus above provide access to league-level statistics and results analysis, including La Liga results and goal scoring stats such as clean sheets, average goals scored and goals conceded.

Among the player statistics, the number of goals scored at home and away by the players at the top of the goal scorers list can be displayed on Spain - La Liga top scorers for the season. The data and stats related to FC Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid provide an overview of both teams' statistics in Spain - La Liga.




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