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First Division - Day 14

Atlético Madrid 7 - Getafe 0

Atlético: Courtois; Juanfran, Miranda, Alderweireld, Filipe Luis; Gabi (Oliver Torres 70'), Tiago; Koke (Adrián 64'), Raúl García (Diego Costa 61'), Arda Turan; David Villa. 4-2-3-1.
Getafe: Moyà; Valera, Lopo, Alexis, Roberto Lago; Borja (Arroyo 46'), Michel (Mosquera 59'); Pedro León, Lafita, Diego Castro; Colunga (Ciprian Marica 68'). 4-2-3-1.

1-0. 25. Raúl García. Steered near post header wide of Moyà from Koke corner.
2-0. 36. Lopo (own goal). Deflected ball in to net after Koke headed on Arda cross.
3-0. 49. Villa. Controlled Juanfran cross on far post and beat Moyà from close up.
4-0. 52. Raúl García. Looping header back over keeper from Tiago's centre.
5-0. 69. Diego Costa. Spectacular over-head kick past keeper from Gabi's cross.
6-0. 78. Villa. Got on the end of Adrián cross to steer low shot in on far post.
7-0. 92. Adrian. Turned shot past keeper after Villa played back Juanfran centre.

Yellow cards: Raúl García 14', Borja 18', Michel 20', Valera 33', 42', Arda Turan 35' / red cards: Valera 42'.

Second placed Atlético Madrid maintain the three point gap over city rivals Real Madrid after they thrashed neighbours Getafe 7-0 in the last match of Saturday evening. The visitors held their own until midway through the first half, when Raúl García headed in Koke's corner for the opener. A few minutes later Lopo deflected the ball past his own keeper after Koke headed down Turan's cross, and with the first half coming to a close Getafe were left with ten men when Valera picked up a second yellow card. Four minutes after the break David Villa coolly turned in a third from Juanfran's cross, and Raúl García headed in his second of the night from Tiago's centre two minutes later. García came close to a hat-trick when he volleyed a shot against the crossbar, and when he went off that only brought on Diego Costa, who was back from an injury which prevented him from making his debut for Spain. The Brazilian born striker proved why everyone is talking about him with a spectacular overhead kick for his team's fifth, and Adrián set up Villa for a sixth and then scored the seventh himself with the game coming to an end.