Bruges took a big step towards a place vs Atletico!

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Club Bruges took a big step towards a place in the Champions League knockout stages as they beat Atletico Madrid to claim nine points from three games.

Ferran Jutgla beat several Atletico defenders before finding Kamal Sowah for a simple finish.

Spaniard Jutgla doubled their lead with a side-footed finish from Tajon Buchanan’s ball.

Watch the two goals of win by Brugge against Atletico Madrid!!

Antoine Griezmann,

making just his second start of the season for Atletico,

hit the bar with a penalty.

Club Bruges,

who are managed by ex-Stoke and West Brom defender Carl Hoefkens,

are six points clear at the top of Group B.

Porto beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 in the other game to leave both sides on three points,

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along with Atletico.

Eventually Zaidu Sanusi and Galeno scored for the hosts in the second half.

Goals from Club Brugge forwards Kamal Sowah and Ferran Jutgla

saw the Belgians beat Atletico Madrid 2-0 at home on Tuesday to extend their unbeaten run in Champions League Group B this season.

hosts took the lead in the 36th minute when Jutgla’s low pass across the goal found Sowah,

who tapped tyjer ball into an empty net for his second European goal in three games. Jutgla doubled the lead in the 62nd after winger Tajon Buchanan

calmly waited for the right moment to set up the Spaniard inside the box.

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Also Surprise package Club Brugge beat Atletico Madrid 2-0 to continue their perfect start to the Champions League on Tuesday.

The Belgian side have won their three opening games without conceding a goal and dominated Diego Simeone’s side for much of the game,

triumphing thanks to Kamal Sowah and Ferran Jutgla’s strikes.

Although Antoine Griezmann, given a rare start,

missed a second-half penalty for Atletico,

who are level with Porto and Bayer Leverkusen on three points each,

after the German side lost 2-0 in Portugal.

Alvaro Morata should have sent Atletico ahead after breaking into the box but former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet

saved his low strike after a tight opening spell.

Another, Atletico coach Diego Simeone withdrew Marcos Llorente injured and more bad news quickly followed. Sowah fired the hosts ahead in the 36th minute from former Barcelona forward Jutgla’s cut-back across the face of goal.

Additionally Brugge should have doubled their lead at the start of the second half

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but Jan Oblak made a fine save to deny Jutgla, after fine work by Canadian Tajon Buchanan,

with Atletico’s defence sleeping on the job.

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Despite Yannick Carrasco lashed an effort well wide and Griezmann sent a shot into the side-netting as the visitors reacted to the wake-up call.

However the effervescent Buchanan teed up Jutgla to finish with aplomb in the 62nd minute. The 23-year-old striker is in a rich vein of form — this was his eighth goal in 11 games across all competitions.

Griezmann crashed a penalty off the crossbar after Matheus Cunha was felled in the box,

then had a goal ruled out for offside as Atletico’s frustration grew.

Basically Mignolet beat away Joao Felix and Angel Correa efforts in the final stages to secure a noteworthy victory for his team,

and leave the 2014 and 2016 runners-up with a lot of work to do.

Surprise package Club Brugge beat Atletico Madrid 2-0 to continue their perfect start to the Champions League on Tuesday.

So The Belgian side have won their three opening games without conceding a goal and dominated Diego Simeone’s side for much of the game,

triumphing thanks to Kamal Sowah and Ferran Jutgla’s strikes.

Antoine Griezmann, given a rare start,

missed a second-half penalty for Atletico,

who are level with Porto and Bayer Leverkusen on three points each,

after the German side lost 2-0 in Portugal.

Alvaro Morata should have sent Atletico ahead after breaking into the box

but former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet saved his low strike after a tight opening spell.

Up-and-coming Spanish striker Ferran Jutgla delivered another impressive display to lead Club Brugge to a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid on Tuesday,

as the Belgian champions extended their perfect start to the Champions League group stage. 

Jutgla worked relentlessly throughout the match to help link the defense and attack and capped his display with an assist and a goal. 

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