Athletic – Atlético live | The preview of the match, marked by riots around the stadium | Soccer | Sports


Before the start of the match, there were riots around the stadium, caused by a group of radical fans who had to be contained by the police. Athletic Bilbao and Atlético de Madrid meet in the second round of the Copa del Rey semi-finals. In the first leg, the Bilbao team beat the colchoneros (0-1) at the Metropolitan Stadium with a goal from Álex Berenguer. Now, those led by Diego Pablo Simeone will seek to return the blow in San Mamés to reach the final in La Cartuja, while Ernesto Valverde’s team will want to assert their home field, seeking the same objective. Mallorca is already waiting in the final, after having beaten Real Sociedad on Tuesday.


Julen Agirrezabala, Daniel Vivian, Aitor Paredes, De Marcos, Lekue, Williams, O. Sancet, Benat Prados, Ruiz de Galarreta, Nico Williams and Guruzeta



Oblak, Witsel, Savic, Mario Hermoso, Nahuel Molina, Samuel Lino, Koke, De Paul, Marcos Llorente, Morata and Correa


Referee Juan Martínez Munuera

A spectacular atmosphere in Bilbao

Incidents with fans in the previous

The run-up to the clash has been marked by incidents involving some Athletic fans in the vicinity of the San Mamés stadium. There has also been some aggression against Atlético fans in an establishment.

Llorente, in the midfield of Atlético

Atlético will play with the following starting eleven: Oblak, Molina, Savic, Witsel, Hermoso, Lino, Koke, De Paul, Llorente, Correa and Morata.

The Williams brothers, leaders in Athletic

Athletic will play with the following eleven: Agirrezabala, De Marcos, Vivian, Paredes, Lekue, Prados, Galarreta, Sancet, Nico Williams, Iñaki Williams and Guruzeta.

Athletic-Atlético, a classic of Spanish football in the semifinals of the Cup

Welcome to this live broadcast of a Spanish football classic between Athletic and Atlético. Return of the Cup semi-finals with a 0-1 advantage for the Basque team. Mallorca is already waiting for the final on Saturday April 6 in Seville, at the La Cartuja stadium.

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