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Angel Correa nets an 8/10 in wild Atletico Madrid draw with Valencia

Atletico Madrid's season got off to an entertaining start as they battled out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Valencia on Monday.

Los Rojiblancos started strongly and deservedly took the lead through Angel Correa in the first half, however after the break their 120 minutes of exertions in Tallinn in midweek in the Super Cup took a toll as they dropped deeper and deeper, with Rodrigo eventually equalising for Los Che.

The match swung back and forth in the final 10, with both teams having ample chances...

Atletico's Antoine Griezmann and Karl-Anthony Towns do a Fortnite dance

Antoine Griezmann loves Fortnite. So much so, he does a "Fortnite dance" when he scores.

And now he has a friend to join him: Karl-Anthony Towns, centre for NBA side the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Towns visited Atletico's training ground on Saturday and Griezmann, also a massive NBA fan, made sure he got together with the big man.

Let's just hope Towns doesn't try to bust out a move every time he sinks a bucket in the NBA -- that could get old very quickly.

La Liga in North America: How NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and Rugby fared overseas

Relevent Sports chairman Charlie Stillitano explains his vision to build and promote the La Liga brand through games played in the U.S.
With La Liga agreeing a 15-year joint venture to bring games to the U.S., FC's Craig Burley explains the benefits he sees for all parties involved.

La Liga is coming to the U.S.! Thursday's announcement of a 15-year partnership with Relevent, a multinational media, sports and entertainment company, means Lionel Messi and his Barcelona teammates could line up for a league game in America. 

While such an occurrence would be a first for a European football league, other sports have been playing games overseas for years, as our ESPN colleagues explain.

American Football

What is the history of playing overseas?

The NFL began staging...

La Liga in North America: The global game gone too far? Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid reaction

With La Liga agreeing a 15-year joint venture to bring games to the U.S., FC's Craig Burley explains the benefits he sees for all parties involved.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu believes the club are working hard to build their brand in the United States and help improve the popularity of the sport.

La Liga is coming to the U.S.! Thursday's announcement of a 15-year partnership with Relevent, a multinational media, sports and entertainment company, means Lionel Messi and his Barcelona teammates could line up for a league game in America. 

But how do fans in Spain feel about the news? ESPN FC's La Liga correspondents and bloggers have their say, and you can too by voting in the poll. 

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Sam Marsden: In theory, the idea has some good elements (and we've...

Antoine Griezmann trolls Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos with 'coronation' image

Atletico Madrid drew first blood in their annual season-long tussle with city rivals Real on Wednesday evening, claiming the UEFA Super Cup with a 4-2 win out in Tallinn, Estonia.

Despite taking the lead in the very first minute, Atletico were still forced to come from behind, battle back to parity and ultimately wrap things up a couple of spectacular goals in extra time.

It didn't take long after the match for Antoine Griezmann to start rubbing it in, as the World Cup-winning France international...

Diego Costa, Saul star as Atletico Madrid down rivals Real Madrid in UEFA Super Cup

Craig Burley explains how the absences of Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo seemed to embolden Atletico Madrid in their UEFA Super Cup triumph.

Atletico Madrid finally got the monkey off their back as they defeated local rivals Real Madrid 4-2 in the European Super Cup in Tallinn on Wednesday night to start the season with a trophy and perhaps give a glimpse of a changing of the guard in the Spanish capital.

Diego Costa's double, coupled with Saul Niguez's stunner and Koke's composed fourth gave Los Rojiblancos a deserved victory.

While it might not make up for the heartache suffered in Lisbon and Milan in years gone by, it could...