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The referee has awarded Barcelona a freekick in a dangerous position for a hand ball, but the Atletico Madrid centre back doesn't agree with the decision.
If things stay the way they are, Valverde must surely consider making a change at the break. They need someone to give them some energy and creativity.
Once again, the passing from Barcelona is loose, and loose in their own half as well! What are they playing at?
They really haven't been at the races so far this evening. Atletico Madrid are just so quick on the counter attack. They aren't seeing much of the ball, but when they have it Barcelona look flustered at the pace the home side are attacking with.
Gomes has been a scapegoat for Barcelona over the past year, but it's easy to see why. What exactly is he offering his side?
Why did Valverde throw him into the starting lineup? The away side need Iniesta to take a grip of things around the edge of the box.
The playmaker might be the key to breaking down this stubborn Atletico Madrid defensive line. For all that Barcelona have seen more of the ball in this first half so far, they haven't done enough with it in the final third.
Atletico Madrid have looked comfortable at the back. Barcelona just allowed Saul far too much space on the edge of the box to get his shot away.
Ter Stegen had denied Griezmann twice, but there was nothing he could do about this one. You wouldn't say that goal came against the run of play because that's what Atletico Madrid do and what they have done for years, but Barcelona will feel aggrieved to be behind.
Atletico Madrid 1 21 mins - Saul Niguez Barcelona 0. The hosts have the lead and the Metropolitano has just erupted! Saul has a reputation of big goals in big games and he has another, finding the corner of the net from the edge of the box.
Gomes is struggling to make an impression for Barcelona early on in this first half. It's surprising that he was chosen to start ahead of the likes of Roberto, Vidal and Deulofeu.
Barcelona are doing their best to slow down the tempo of the game when they have the ball. On the other hand, Atletico Madrid want to hit out on the lightning counter when they win it.
This is fascinating to watch. Both these sides are exceptionally well drilled at what they do and have the individual quality to make things happen in the final third of the pitch.
Now it's Barcelona's turn to take control of the ball and press for an opener. This match is going in waves at the moment. Atletico Madrid are having to sit deep to keep the visitors at bay.
This has been an incredible start to this match. Barcelona came flying out of the traps only for Atletico Madrid to respond in style themselves.
We have a match on our hands here. What a goal that would have been. Griezmann knocks the ball through the legs of Pique and surges into the box, but Ter Stegen makes the save with his legs.
After an impressive start in the opening few minutes, Barcelona now look a little less sure of themselves. They are being exceptionally loose with some of their passing in their own half.
The Frenchman is played into the right channel, sorting out his feet quickly to get his shot away, but Ter Stegen covered his near post to make the save.
There is one big surprise in the Barcelona lineup for this game. Valverde has selected Gomes to start up front alongside Messi and Suarez. This is his first Liga start of the season.
It's noticeable that there are a lot of Spanish flags around the Wanda Metropolitano. Of course, Spain and Catalonia is still wound tight over the events of two weeks ago.
Simeone isn't happy with his players. The Argentine coach is gesturing down on the touchline. Indeed, Atletico Madrid have allowed Barcelona to take a grip of the play early on.
Barcelona have started this match on the front foot, taking the game to the home side, but this time Iniesta sends his effort straight at Oblak.
Decent effort from the playmaker. Well, there were some questions over Messi's sharpness after playing for Argentina in World Cup qualifying during the week, but on the basis of the first few minutes, he's raring to go.
Messi comes so close to opening the scoring within 30 seconds of kick off! He dribbled through about Atletico defenders before squeezing a shot away, but it strikes the side netting.
I'm Graham Ruthven and you can catch me on Twitter ahead of the game to let me know your thoughts. Which way do you see this going? How much of a bearing will this have on the title race?
Meanwhile it's in Munich, over all. See Rob Smyth's live blog here. The away side have had a couple of chances this half, but no clear-cut ones.
Will his pace win the game? He should have at least hit the target, but it glaces wide left, from a left-hand cross. That is the only meaningful foray into the visitors' half in this second period.
The away side knock harder. Xavi threaded a delicious ball through to Neymar and the Brazilian can't roll the ball under the onrushing Thibaut Courtois.
The red-and-white wall is in place though. In truth they should have been up, or even more, after the first quarter of the match. Will they rue those chances?
What a start for them, though, as Koke netted against an amazingly shell-shocked visiting defence after only five minutes.
They then proceeded to open up the Champions League winners almost when they wanted. But they are still very much in this match.
Still hard to call this one. I sniff extra time Neymar concedes a free-kick by pulling back Juanfran. He jumped to the floor so dramatically when dragging the ball back.
Looking at the replay that is fair enough. He went down a little too easily. His cross is poor, though. They should be at least one more up in truth.
And I'm pretty sure every one of those fans are shouting. Messi and Iniesta try through balls but they come to nought. The English official puffs out his cheeks and shakes his head.
His side are gaining more of the possession now, and the man who scored the winning goal in the World Cup final for Spain is at the heart of things.
The diminutive midfielder threads it though to Neymar cleverly now, but the Brazilian moves it on quickly to no one in particular.
He has a long pony tail, and a goatee bread. Talk about dodgy 'keeper. And Neymar has hurt himself, I think.
Rumours are circling that he might be off if his side lose here. Villa, on the left of the six-yard box, is played through and against Marc Bartra he is able to get his shot off, and it's off the crossbar!
How is it only ?! The game has calmed down a little now, though the crowd are so loud. There are whistles and boos whenever the visitors have the ball.
Will they rue those missed chances? They had four gilt-edges opportunities then, by my reckoning. The game should be over now for the home side.
Barcelona are totally shell-shocked here, and the forward was played through by Koke but could only find the frame of the goal.
They had caught the visitors in possession, and not for the first time tonight. Paulinho comes on for Rakitic; the former Spurs man has impressed at Barcelona , but that change suggests a lack of attacking options on the bench.
What a terrific defender he is. Juanfran puts his arm across Jordi Alba and catches him with his elbow. Carrasco, who has had an excellent game, is replaced by young holding midfielder Thomas Partey, moments after Gomes lashes a shot over the bar from 20 yards.
Rakitic moves forward and links up with Messi, who gets the ball back via a deflection. That was an inch wide, maybe two.
He bustles all the way to the byline, but is eventually crowded out. That did occur to me, but that could always be addressed later on — after all, there are different punishments for different types of red cards.
Two changes for Barcelona. After a stop-start first half, this one is approaching top gear now.So läuft Dembeles Integration bei Barca Dass das möglich ist, hat das Team von Diego Simeone in den letzten Wochen gezeigt, die Colchoneros befinden sich in blendender Verfassung und haben die Lethargie der Hinrunde abgeschüttelt. Kennen sich aus der spanischen Primera Division bestens: Sie finden uns in allen Stores in unterschiedlichen Sprachen als "SofaScore". Zwei davon erzielte der Ex-Dortmunder in den letzten 11 Minuten. Klopp verliert in Belgrad - Barca nur Remis ran. Ernesto Valverde hat wettbewerbsübergreifend nur fünf seiner 21 Spiele als Trainer gegen Atletico Madrid, alle fünf in der Liga. Fernando Torres ist für Kapitän Gabi im Spiel. Die Aufstellungen sind da ran. Pirscht sich Real an Atletico ran? Atletico fordert Barca ran. Minute für die Gäste entscheidet. Dieses Phänomen begleitet den Portugiesen schon durch die ganze Karriere. Ventura übernimmt wohl bei Chievo Verona ran.
If only his control has been a little bit better, he would have surely scored. Instead, Suarez could only toe poke a shot towards goal and Oblak makes the save.
What do Barcelona have left? They need more midfielders to break ranks and disrupt the Atletico Madrid defence, but the danger there is that the hosts could expose them on the break.
Koke has been excellent for Atletico Madrid this evening. He is the one controlling things in the middle and picking the passes when the home side come flying out on the counter attack.
Looks like Paulinho is going to come on for Barcelona. They need someone to barge through the lines of Atletico Madrid defence and that's something he can certainly do.
Alba and Juanfran go down, with Alba implying that the Atletico Madrid right back caught him with an elbow. The referee has given the freekick, but no more action is taken.
This really is a season-defining match for both these teams. A win lifts Atletico Madrid into the thick of a title challenge, while a win for Barcelona puts them even further ahead.
There is a sense that Barcelona are cranking things up. They are getting more players forward from midfield and that is creating more space for the likes of Messi and Suarez.
For the first time in the game, Rakitic pushes forward, creating space for Messi just inside the box. So often he finishes from there, but he shoots wide this time.
There is a real edge to this match. Barcelona realise what's at stake in the final 20 minutes of this match.
Their excellent start to the league season could come to an end here. That's much more like it from Barcelona. They are playing with a much higher tempo in and around the edge of the penalty area.
They need to start shifting Atletico out of position. Good exchange play between Messi and Suarez inside the box results in the shot being taken by the Argentine, but his effort is straight at Oblak in the Atleti goal.
Should that have been a spot kick to Barcelona? The ball appeared to strike the arm of Savic inside the area, but the refere waves away the claims of the visitors.
That change from Simeone will surely see Atletico Madrid switch tactics slightly. Gaitan is more of a wide midfielder, which means Griezman will play as more of a central forward.
It's actually Atletico who are going to make the first change, with Correa coming off for Gaitan. Oblak was nowhere near that.
Messi strikes a freekick towards the Atletico Madrid goal, beating the Slovenian but not beating the woodwork. Man, that was close. Surely it's time for Barcelona to make a change here?
Both Deulofeu and Roberto have been warming up down on the touchline for quite some time. Will we see one of them soon?
The Barcelona striker takes aim from just inside the box, but his shot is too close to Oblak and the Atletico Madrid goalkeeper can beat the effort away.
Carrasco takes the ball, swivels and attempts to drive towards the Barcelona goal. But he shows too much of the ball to Pique, who ultimately wins it from the Belgian attacker.
A wonderful cros-field ball is played to Griezmann, who did so well to peel away from his marker, but he fires wide of the post on the first time half volley.
Atletico Madrid have emerged for the start of the second half with a bit more attacking intent. Griezmann and Juanfran are leading the counter attacks for the home side since the restart.
It looked like Umtiti had given away the corner kick. The Barcelona defender slipped just as he tried to make the clearance and the ball looked as though it crossed the line, I must say.
Alba was played in wonderfully, with the left back given time and space to pick out a teammate, but he floats it over the head of both Messi and Suarez in the middle.
No changes by either side at the break, which is surprising in the case of Barcelona. I thought Valverde might take off Gomes such was the last of impression made by him in the first half.
Atletico Madrid work a short corner, with Carrasco getting the shot away on goal, but Ter Stegen was alert to the plot and makes the save at his near post.
What did you make of the first half at the Wanda Metropolitano? What changes does Valverde need to make?
Should Gomes be hooked? Have Atleti got this in the bag? Atletico Madrid Barcelona. The away side have dominated the possession, but it's the hosts who head into the half time break with the lead.
They have been organised at the back. It's just not happening for Barcelona in and around the penalty area. Koke is booked now by Webb for taking too long with the corner.
Surely this is just prolonging the agony? There won't be much injury time, I wouldn't have thought. Courtois is able to gather the ball and take the sting out of another Barcelona attack.
Cue a huge cheer. The home side are starting to believe they can do this now. The visitors look starved of ideas.
The home side are able to break and Koke can't quite pick out captain Gabi at the far side of the penalty. Time ticks against his side.
The big forward was too muscular for Jordi Alba. He hit a post and the crossbar in the first half.
He's a canny player, and get his team out of trouble once more now. It's hoofed up front, but no one is there.
It's going to be a very tense last dozen minutes, for both teams. Oliver, that's a nailed-on penalty. Howard Webb once again bottles the big call and shows he's not fit for refereeing at this level.
Only 15 minutes to go in normal time. Javier Mascherano goes in to the back of Villa in te area, but Webb waves play on. That did look like a spot kick!
It's a brilliant counter attack, and he could and should passed to Villa, but his tame effort is saved. That was a let off in the extreme.
The skipper fluffs his lines. It is Messi, rather than Xavi, who takes it, and it hits the wall. It's changed again in Munich, and Thomas Muller has put Bayern ahead for the first time in their quarter-final tie.
The rebound comes back out to the Brazilian, and he shoots again. Should he have centred to Koke? Meanwhile it's in Munich, over all. See Rob Smyth's live blog here.
The away side have had a couple of chances this half, but no clear-cut ones. Will his pace win the game? He should have at least hit the target, but it glaces wide left, from a left-hand cross.
That is the only meaningful foray into the visitors' half in this second period. The away side knock harder. Xavi threaded a delicious ball through to Neymar and the Brazilian can't roll the ball under the onrushing Thibaut Courtois.
The red-and-white wall is in place though. In truth they should have been up, or even more, after the first quarter of the match.
Will they rue those chances? What a start for them, though, as Koke netted against an amazingly shell-shocked visiting defence after only five minutes.
They then proceeded to open up the Champions League winners almost when they wanted. But they are still very much in this match. When he does, the ball is switched via Griezmann to Juanfran, who ought to do better with his low cross.
Barcelona playing with more purpose here, and Alba is set free at the byline. With options in the middle, he wildly overhits his cross from the left.
It was telegraphed from Messi, but should have been a free kick all the same. An early free kick is whipped in by Carrasco, but Umtiti is on hand to head behind.
Gabi, booked early on, lived a little dangerously in that first half with a couple of errant tackles but avoided a second yellow card. It got me thinking — what exactly is the point of a second yellow card?
Why not just show them the red card? Niall McVeigh Sat 14 Oct Key events Show