Atletico Madrid vs Chelsea resulted in a score that very few saw coming, Chelsea pulled off a shocking win at Atletico's new stadium, Wanda Metropolitano, with a dramatic 93-minute goal from Batshuayi. After Atletico took the lead with Griezmann's penalty, Chelsea fought back with two goals from Morata and Batshuayi to ultimately win the game. Morata has scored his seventh goal for Chelsea, according to whoscored, and his fourth headed goal.

Full Time: 1-2 Chelsea

Goals: Griezmann (P)(40'), Morata (60'), Batshuayi (94')

Assists: Eden Hazard (60'), Alonso (94')

MOTM: Eden Hazard

After scoring a hattrick vs Stoke City, Morata continued to impress, scoring on average a goal per game.


Chelsea had just come off another strong win vs Stoke City but were still not seen as favorites to beat Atletico, after drawing against Arsenal at home. Some players to recognize from the game;

David Luiz was looking to win back the fans after being sent off vs Arsenal but only made things worse, after taking down Lucas Hernandez inside the box to give away a penalty to Atletico Madrid. Besides David Luiz, Chelsea was good defensively, With Courtois providing great saves throughout the game, Cahill and Azpilicueta blocking dangerous shots, and Alonso and Moses being menacing down the wings (Although leaving Chelsea vulnerable for counter attacks).

Hazard was MOTM, wreaking havoc on Atletico's defense, and assisting Morata's goal with a sublime cross.

Kante also had a stellar game, providing good defense, and dribbling that Atletico couldn't handle for most of the game.

Chelsea's next games will not be easy, as they face Manchester City (H), Crystal Palace (A), and Roma (H).

Atletico Madrid

A look at Atletico's next games, as well as a quick run through of the other CL games.

After putting strong performances in La Liga, Atletico Madrid were hoping to continue their winning streak, but were unfortunately disappointed. After Griezmann had the honors of scoring the first ever goal in Wanda Metropolitano, he scored Atletico's first Champions league goal at the new stadium, but they are yet to record a Champions League win.

Their next three games are Leganes (A), Barcelona (H), and Qarabag (A). To revive any hopes of continuing in the CL, they need a win vs Qarabag, a game that will take place October 18.

Other Matchups

Sporting vs Barcelona: 0-1 Barcelona

Goals: Coates (OG)(49')

After a convincing victory vs Juventus [VIDEO], Barcelona struggled to beat Sporting, but still managed to keep their perfect record. Out of their last 4 scored, 3 have been own goals for Barcelona, according to Eurosport.

CSKA Moscow vs Manchester United: 1-4 Manchester United

Goals: Lukaku (4',27'), Martial (Pen.)(27'), Mkhitaryan (57'), Kuchaev (90')

Another convincing win for Manchester United, as they dismissed CSKA Moscow away from home with ease, while Lukaku and Mkhitaryan once again performed very well to win the game.