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Malaga's Venezuelan defender Roberto Jose Rosales (L) vies with Atletico Madrid's forward Diego Costa during the Spanish league football match between Malaga CF and Club Atletico de Madrid at La Rosaleda stadium in Malaga on February 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERRERO (Photo credit should read JORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Malaga's Venezuelan defender Roberto Jose Rosales (L) vies with Atletico Madrid's forward Diego Costa during the Spanish league football match between Malaga CF and Club Atletico de Madrid at La Rosaleda stadium in Malaga on February 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERRERO (Photo credit should read JORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Atletico Madrid have trimmed the gap at the top of the Spanish league to seven points and the Barca coach know there are battles ahead for his side
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, Atletico's Diego Godin, left, and Qarabag's Elvin Ismayilov jump for the ball during a Group C Champions League soccer match between Atletico Madrid and Qarabag at the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. Atletico Madrid says defender Diego Godin has undergone reconstructive procedure on his mouth after losing some of his teeth in a brutal collision in a Spanish league match Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)
Godin undergoes reconstructive procedure after losing teeth
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, Atletico's Diego Godin, left, and Qarabag's Elvin Ismayilov jump for the ball during a Group C Champions League soccer match between Atletico Madrid and Qarabag at the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. Atletico Madrid says defender Diego Godin has undergone reconstructive procedure on his mouth after losing some of his teeth in a brutal collision in a Spanish league match Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, Atletico's Diego Godin, left, and Qarabag's Elvin Ismayilov jump for the ball during a Group C Champions League soccer match between Atletico Madrid and Qarabag at the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. Atletico Madrid says defender Diego Godin has undergone reconstructive procedure on his mouth after losing some of his teeth in a brutal collision in a Spanish league match Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, Atletico's Diego Godin, left, and Qarabag's Elvin Ismayilov jump for the ball during a Group C Champions League soccer match between Atletico Madrid and Qarabag at the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. Atletico Madrid says defender Diego Godin has undergone reconstructive procedure on his mouth after losing some of his teeth in a brutal collision in a Spanish league match Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, Atletico's Diego Godin, left, and Qarabag's Elvin Ismayilov jump for the ball during a Group C Champions League soccer match between Atletico Madrid and Qarabag at the Metropolitano stadium in Madrid, Spain. Atletico Madrid says defender Diego Godin has undergone reconstructive procedure on his mouth after losing some of his teeth in a brutal collision in a Spanish league match Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona (AFP Photo/PAU BARRENA)
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Spanish defender Gerard Pique (C) vies with Espanyol's Spanish forward Gerard Moreno (L) during the Spanish league football match between RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona (AFP Photo/PAU BARRENA)
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018 (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018 (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on January 28, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas (AFP Photo/OSCAR DEL POZO)
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas (AFP Photo/OSCAR DEL POZO)
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Atletico Madrid's forward Fernando Torres (L) is tackled by Las Palmas's defender Ximo Navarro during the Spanish league football match between Club Atletico de Madrid and UD Las Palmas
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018 (AFP Photo/JOSE JORDAN )
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018
Real Madrid's midfielder Toni Kroos (L) celebrates a goal with Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish league football match against Valencia CF January 27, 2018 (AFP Photo/JOSE JORDAN )
<p>Swap deals are very rare in football these days, particularly straight swaps without any kind of fee being involved. Football may have, over the years, lost its sense of value, but its sense of cost has never been more acute. For two players with different wage and bonus structures, of different ages, and with different lengths of time remaining on their contract to balance out exactly is extremely unusual. But the agreement that takes Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United and Henrikh Mkhitrayan in the other direction is one of those unusual instances, and a case where, at least initially, everybody seems to benefit.</p><p>Sanchez gets to leave Arsenal. Although he’s won two Chilean titles, an Argentinian and a Spanish league title, plus two FA Cups and a Copa del Rey, there’s a sense that he’s slightly unfulfilled as far as club titles go. As late-period Arsene Wenger becomes late-late-period Wenger and Arsenal continues to stagnate, it’s easy to understand why, at 29, Sanchez felt the club’s ambition no longer matched his own. That recognition has, fairly evidently, had an impact on his attitude and form this season.</p><p>It’s probably too simplistic to say that Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday was born of the relief of being shot of a turbulent presence, but equally it’s not entirely unrelated. Arsenal, whose oddly lackadaisical approach to renewing contracts meant it faced losing Sanchez for free in the summer, might have expected to get £20 million for him this January. It’s entirely reasonable to ask why it did not try to sell him for £50 million or so last summer. Perhaps Wenger still thought he could persuade Sanchez to stay, or perhaps he didn’t realize how unsettled the Chilean was and reasoned the financial loss was worth it for a player who might help secure Champions League qualification.</p><p>That £20 million, though, would not come anywhere close to landing an equivalent player in the modern market. A Sanchez with three years left on his contract could reasonably be expected to cost around £80 million today. Transfer fee inflation has hit Arsenal hard; its policy of keeping money in the bank, seemingly waiting for a crash, looks to have been a failure. Mkhitaryan, no matter his disappointing form for Manchester United, may not quite be an £80 million player, but he is certainly worth more to Arsenal than £20 million, even if he seems a more natural replacement for Mesut Ozil, who is also out of contract at the end of the season, than Sanchez.</p><p>Mkhitaryan never seemed to fit into Jose Mourinho’s plans. He had excelled at Shakhtar Donetsk and Borussia Dortmund, both hard-pressing teams, but struggled when asked to operate as a link man between a deep-lying defense and a distant forward line. He would seem to have a natural place in an Arsenal lineup in the creative line of either a 4-2-3-1 or a 3-4-2-1. It may even be that he could play alongside Ozil. Arsenal’s pressing is oddly inconsistent, often slipshod but occasionally brilliant. Mkhitaryan has shown before that he has both the energy and discipline to play in a side that presses hard and well.</p><p>United, meanwhile, quite apart from the coup of pinching Sanchez from City–and for all City will point out that it was its decision to back out of the deal when Sanchez’s agent sought to renegotiate a deal that had already been agreed, the fact remains that United’s intervention derailed a transfer City wanted to push through–gets a hungry, energetic player who should add pace and spark to an attack that too often over the past couple of seasons has seemed sluggish and predictable.</p><p>Sanchez brings the advantage of being able to play as the out-and-out striker. Perming three from Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Sanchez, with Paul Pogba pushing on from midfield offers the possibility of a very quick and mobile forward line. But he could equally play to the left with Romelu Lukaku a more fixed central point. He increases United&#39;s attacking options radically.</p><p>And yet City’s stance also makes sense–even if there is a concern that it has missed out on both Sanchez and Dani Alves in the past year when deals seemed done. It’s not so much the moral point of walking away from negotiations because it felt an agent had acted dishonorably–although that may serve the club well in the future–as a sense that bringing in Sanchez simply may not have been worth it.</p><p>Sanchez loves to play, demands to play. He would sulk if substituted at Arsenal, and yet it’s far from clear he’d have been a first choice at City, where the forward line has been so good that Bernardo Silva has been a bit-part player. His wages are reported to be in excess of £400,000 a week. City, understandably, was troubled by that, recognizing that a player coming in on that sort of money would have an inflationary effect through the squad. Already, it’s been reported, that Pogba is looking to renegotiate his contract at Old Trafford.</p><p>But they will probably see that as a price worth paying. This is a rare instance where, at least at this stage, all parties in the deal will probably feel they come out of it pretty well.</p>
Manchester United, Arsenal Both Win in Alexis Sanchez, Henrikh Mkhitaryan Swap

Swap deals are very rare in football these days, particularly straight swaps without any kind of fee being involved. Football may have, over the years, lost its sense of value, but its sense of cost has never been more acute. For two players with different wage and bonus structures, of different ages, and with different lengths of time remaining on their contract to balance out exactly is extremely unusual. But the agreement that takes Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United and Henrikh Mkhitrayan in the other direction is one of those unusual instances, and a case where, at least initially, everybody seems to benefit.

Sanchez gets to leave Arsenal. Although he’s won two Chilean titles, an Argentinian and a Spanish league title, plus two FA Cups and a Copa del Rey, there’s a sense that he’s slightly unfulfilled as far as club titles go. As late-period Arsene Wenger becomes late-late-period Wenger and Arsenal continues to stagnate, it’s easy to understand why, at 29, Sanchez felt the club’s ambition no longer matched his own. That recognition has, fairly evidently, had an impact on his attitude and form this season.

It’s probably too simplistic to say that Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday was born of the relief of being shot of a turbulent presence, but equally it’s not entirely unrelated. Arsenal, whose oddly lackadaisical approach to renewing contracts meant it faced losing Sanchez for free in the summer, might have expected to get £20 million for him this January. It’s entirely reasonable to ask why it did not try to sell him for £50 million or so last summer. Perhaps Wenger still thought he could persuade Sanchez to stay, or perhaps he didn’t realize how unsettled the Chilean was and reasoned the financial loss was worth it for a player who might help secure Champions League qualification.

That £20 million, though, would not come anywhere close to landing an equivalent player in the modern market. A Sanchez with three years left on his contract could reasonably be expected to cost around £80 million today. Transfer fee inflation has hit Arsenal hard; its policy of keeping money in the bank, seemingly waiting for a crash, looks to have been a failure. Mkhitaryan, no matter his disappointing form for Manchester United, may not quite be an £80 million player, but he is certainly worth more to Arsenal than £20 million, even if he seems a more natural replacement for Mesut Ozil, who is also out of contract at the end of the season, than Sanchez.

Mkhitaryan never seemed to fit into Jose Mourinho’s plans. He had excelled at Shakhtar Donetsk and Borussia Dortmund, both hard-pressing teams, but struggled when asked to operate as a link man between a deep-lying defense and a distant forward line. He would seem to have a natural place in an Arsenal lineup in the creative line of either a 4-2-3-1 or a 3-4-2-1. It may even be that he could play alongside Ozil. Arsenal’s pressing is oddly inconsistent, often slipshod but occasionally brilliant. Mkhitaryan has shown before that he has both the energy and discipline to play in a side that presses hard and well.

United, meanwhile, quite apart from the coup of pinching Sanchez from City–and for all City will point out that it was its decision to back out of the deal when Sanchez’s agent sought to renegotiate a deal that had already been agreed, the fact remains that United’s intervention derailed a transfer City wanted to push through–gets a hungry, energetic player who should add pace and spark to an attack that too often over the past couple of seasons has seemed sluggish and predictable.

Sanchez brings the advantage of being able to play as the out-and-out striker. Perming three from Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Sanchez, with Paul Pogba pushing on from midfield offers the possibility of a very quick and mobile forward line. But he could equally play to the left with Romelu Lukaku a more fixed central point. He increases United's attacking options radically.

And yet City’s stance also makes sense–even if there is a concern that it has missed out on both Sanchez and Dani Alves in the past year when deals seemed done. It’s not so much the moral point of walking away from negotiations because it felt an agent had acted dishonorably–although that may serve the club well in the future–as a sense that bringing in Sanchez simply may not have been worth it.

Sanchez loves to play, demands to play. He would sulk if substituted at Arsenal, and yet it’s far from clear he’d have been a first choice at City, where the forward line has been so good that Bernardo Silva has been a bit-part player. His wages are reported to be in excess of £400,000 a week. City, understandably, was troubled by that, recognizing that a player coming in on that sort of money would have an inflationary effect through the squad. Already, it’s been reported, that Pogba is looking to renegotiate his contract at Old Trafford.

But they will probably see that as a price worth paying. This is a rare instance where, at least at this stage, all parties in the deal will probably feel they come out of it pretty well.

FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014 file photo, Osasuna&#39;s coach Javi Gracia, smiles at the end of the match during their Spanish League soccer match, at El Sadar stadium in Pamplona, Spain. Watford has hired Gracia as manager, replacing Marco Silva who was fired for a drop in form after being denied a move to a Premier League rival, it was reported on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos, File)
FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014 file photo, Osasuna's coach Javi Gracia, smiles at the end of the match during their Spanish League soccer match, at El Sadar stadium in Pamplona, Spain. Watford has hired Gracia as manager, replacing Marco Silva who was fired for a drop in form after being denied a move to a Premier League rival, it was reported on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos, File)
FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014 file photo, Osasuna's coach Javi Gracia, smiles at the end of the match during their Spanish League soccer match, at El Sadar stadium in Pamplona, Spain. Watford has hired Gracia as manager, replacing Marco Silva who was fired for a drop in form after being denied a move to a Premier League rival, it was reported on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos, File)
Real Madrid&#39;s forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
-FOTODELDIA- Real Madrid&#39;s Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo (R) suffers a wound in his face during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Deportivo at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Rodrigo Jimenez
-FOTODELDIA- Real Madrid's Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo (R) suffers a wound in his face during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Deportivo at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Rodrigo Jimenez
-FOTODELDIA- Real Madrid's Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo (R) suffers a wound in his face during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Deportivo at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Rodrigo Jimenez
-FOTODELDIA- Betis&#39; Spanish defender Javi Garcia (back) and FC Barcelona&#39;s Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez (front) vie for the ball during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Betis and FC Barcelona at Benito Villamarin stadium in Sevilla, southern Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Raul Caro
-FOTODELDIA- Betis' Spanish defender Javi Garcia (back) and FC Barcelona's Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez (front) vie for the ball during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Betis and FC Barcelona at Benito Villamarin stadium in Sevilla, southern Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Raul Caro
-FOTODELDIA- Betis' Spanish defender Javi Garcia (back) and FC Barcelona's Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez (front) vie for the ball during a Spanish league La Liga soccer match between Real Betis and FC Barcelona at Benito Villamarin stadium in Sevilla, southern Spain, 21 January 2018. EFE/Raul Caro
Real Madrid&#39;s forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid&#39;s forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018 (AFP Photo/OSCAR DEL POZO)
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018
Real Madrid's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (R) celebrates with Gareth Bale during the Spanish league football match against Deportivo on January 21, 2018 (AFP Photo/OSCAR DEL POZO)
Atletico Madrid&#39;s forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016 (AFP Photo/JOSE JORDAN)
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016 (AFP Photo/JOSE JORDAN)
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016
Then-Betis coach Gustavo Poyet looks on prior to the Spanish league football match against Villarreal November 6, 2016
Atletico Madrid&#39;s forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017
Atletico Madrid&#39;s forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017 (AFP Photo/JAVIER SORIANO)
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann controls the ball during the Spanish league football match against Real Sociedad December 2, 2017 (AFP Photo/JAVIER SORIANO)
Atletico Madrid&#39;s forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018 (AFP Photo/PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU)
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018 (AFP Photo/PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU)
Atletico Madrid&#39;s forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
Atletico Madrid's forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match against Girona January 20, 2018
FILE - In this Nov. 26, 2017 file photo, of the then AC Milan coach Vincenzo Montella gives instructions to his players during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Torino at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy. Vincenzo Montella now the Sevilla coach is positive Sevilla got the win it needed to turn its fate around in the Spanish league. The newly arrived Italian coach said the 2-1 come-from-behind victory at Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals will allow Sevilla to get back on track and end its slump in the league. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, file)
FILE - In this Nov. 26, 2017 file photo, of the then AC Milan coach Vincenzo Montella gives instructions to his players during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Torino at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy. Vincenzo Montella now the Sevilla coach is positive Sevilla got the win it needed to turn its fate around in the Spanish league. The newly arrived Italian coach said the 2-1 come-from-behind victory at Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals will allow Sevilla to get back on track and end its slump in the league. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, file)
FILE - In this Nov. 26, 2017 file photo, of the then AC Milan coach Vincenzo Montella gives instructions to his players during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and Torino at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy. Vincenzo Montella now the Sevilla coach is positive Sevilla got the win it needed to turn its fate around in the Spanish league. The newly arrived Italian coach said the 2-1 come-from-behind victory at Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals will allow Sevilla to get back on track and end its slump in the league. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, file)
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League &quot;El Clasico&quot; at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League &quot;El Clasico&quot; at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League &quot;El Clasico&quot; at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017 (AFP Photo/Javier SORIANO)
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique (R) escapes a tackle by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane during the Spanish League "El Clasico" at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 23, 2017 (AFP Photo/Javier SORIANO)
Real Madrid&#39;s Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid&#39;s Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid&#39;s Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018 (AFP Photo/Gabriel Bouys )
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the Spanish league match against Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on January 13, 2018 (AFP Photo/Gabriel Bouys )
Olunga also became the first Kenyan to score in the top Spanish league
Michael Olunga makes La Liga Team of the Week
Olunga also became the first Kenyan to score in the top Spanish league
Barcelona&#39;s Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona&#39;s Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018 (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018 (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
Barcelona&#39;s Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018

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