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Real Madrid Sergio Ramos Goal vs Atletico Madrid Champion’s League Final

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What a game! What seats! What an atmosphere! Here is Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos tying the game with 2 minutes left in regular time. 1-1 Real Madrid and …

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Atletico Madrid – Dynamo Kiev 1986

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Cup of Winners Cup 1986. Final. Atletico – Dynamo Kiev 0:3.

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Christian Vieri (Atletico Madrid) – La Liga 1997/98 – 24 goals



Liga 1997-1998 Christian Vieri 24 pres., 24 goals (2 rig.)

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PSG 3 – 2 Atlético Madrid | Tous les Buts du Match !

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FIFA 15 Career Mode – NEW FACES IN, OLD FACES OUT! – Atletico Madrid Career Mode S1E1

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Fc Barcelona – Atletico Madrid 2-1 1973-1974 : Cruyff best goal in Fc Barcelona

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Il più bel gol segnato da Johan Cruyff nel Barcellona The most beautiful goal scored by Johan Cruyff in Fc Barcelona.

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Atletico Madrid: training in Baku



Supersport.Az Çempionlar Liqasının üçüncü turunda “Qarabağ”la qarşılaşacaq “Atletiko”nun Bakı Olimpiya Stadionundakı hazırlığını videogörüntüyə alıb.

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FIFA 18 – ALL ATLETICO MADRID PLAYERS (REAL FACES)

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Hello guys ! This video I am showing you ALL ATLETICO MADRID players in FIFA 18 with real faces. Previous Video: LIKE the video if you …

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Cristiano Ronaldo is the Highest Paid Footballer in the World

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Cristiano Ronaldo who joined Real Madrid this season in in a world record transfer fee from Manchester United, is currently the highest paid football player in the world, after a “Top 50” list was released today.

According to the “Football Finance” site, Cristiano Ronaldo, currently with Real Madrid, is the highest paid footballer in the world. The captain of the Portugal team receives €1.083 million per month, or 13 million euros per year. In 2nd position is the Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic, of Barcelona, banking one million euros per month (12 million per year) and in 3rd place comes Argentina’s Lionel Messi, captain of the Catalan team, with 875 thousand euros a month or 10.5 million per year.

Spain, England, Italy and Germany are the countries that have the clubs (about a dozen of them) with the best paid players in football today, earning astronomical salaries in an industry that is showing signs of growth once again, with the galactic Real Madrid in the front.

“In a year of recovery after the severe economic crisis that affected most of the clubs, the football industry is showing signs of recovery “begins by saying” the Portuguese marketing agency “Futebol Finance.” For 3 consecutive years, that site has renovated and updated the list with the highest salaries of football players. With major changes in relation to the 2008/09 season – the biggest being the creation of a new “Galactic” team by Real Madrid and the newest millionaires, Manchester City, which has followed the same line of Chelsea, of previous years, considerably inflating salaries paid to the players of the “Premier League.”

With the most expensive transfer ever in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo of Madeira Island, voted best player in the world in 2009, heads the list, ahead of his “rivals” Ibrahimovic and Messi, both of FC Barcelona. According to the table, in 4th place comes the first player who’s not playing in Spain, namely Samuel Eto’o, of Inter Milan, coached by Portuguese José Mourinho. The Brazilian Kaka, teammate of Ronaldo at Bernabeu, takes home 833 thousand euros a month in salary and $10 million per year, composing the “top five.”

Spain and England have the top players

In the “Top 50” appear four more players from Real Madrid Galacticos. They are; Benzema (7), Raul (17), Casillas (22) and Diarra (45), the latter with a monthly salary of 416 thousand euros and five million per year. From Barcelona besides Ibrahimovic and Messi, the list contains six “millionaire” names. These are Henry (11), Xavi (12), Daniel Alves (15), Valdez (23), Puyol (37) and Iniesta (38). Still in Spain there are another three players; Kanoute (Sevilla), at 24. David Villa (Valencia) at 30 and Aguero (Atletico Madrid) at 39.

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