Atletico Madrid 2-1 Espanyol: Yannick Carrasco scores penalty in 100th MINUTE as 10-man hosts earn dramatic La Liga win to boost Champions League hopes
- Atletico Madrid were hoping to bounce back from Champions League exit
- Yannick Carrasco put the hosts in front before Geoffrey Kondogbia was sent off
- Raul de Tomas equalised for Espanyol but there was late drama
- VAR awarded Atletico a penalty 10 minutes into stoppage time, which Carrasco scored
Atletico Madrid bounced back from their Champions League exit as Yannick Carrasco scored a penalty 10 minutes into stoppage time to earn a dramatic 2-1 win over Espanyol.
Carrasco converted from the spot after Diego Simeone’s side were awarded a penalty by VAR.
The Belgian had earlier put Atletico ahead before they had Geoffrey Kondogbia sent off for a second bookable offence and Raul de Tomas then equalised for the visitors.
Victory boosts Atletico’s chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League as it moved them level on points with third-placed Sevilla, who take on Real Madrid later tonight.
Yannick Carrasco scored twice to earn Atletico Madrid a vital victory over Espanyol
Atletico Madrid had Geoffrey Kondogbia sent off when they were leading Espanyol 1-0
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