Morata breaks the record for Atleti's earliest goal… in this League

Add and follow Morata. The Madrid player scored his third goal in the last two games 51 seconds into the game against him. Celta Vigo. The most early riser of the Atlético de Madrid so far in the championship. A target that came after a good combination on the right wing in which Arias combined with Correa inside the area, the Argentine released a center that ended up reaching ‘9’ only in the area to open the electronic.

And it is not usual that the group led by Diego Pablo Simeone he was soon ahead on the scoreboard, in fact he has reached 15 championship games with 0-0 at half time. And there are 35 matches in the tournament. Almost half. So it is normal that the striker has achieved the earliest goal of the mattresses in this League.

In fact so far this season it is the second earliest. He is only surpassed by the one who managed Mata for the Getafe in Mestalla. A bit that came 45 seconds into the game. Without a doubt it has been a campaign in which it has not shone for so many in the first seconds of the match.

Far is the record that he set in 2007-08 Joseba Llorente when he scored a goal for Valladolid against Espanyol after 7 seconds of play. In the first breath. Morata has also remained far from breaking the record in the history of Atlético de Madrid that has it Oliver Torres against Betis who did it at 13 seconds in 2013-14. The tenth earliest in the history of the competition. Now curiously the rojiblanco youth squad plays in the eternal enemy …

Despite the fact that this season, the team of Cholo SimeonAnd it has been difficult for him to score goals in the first parts, the truth is that since he arrived on the bench the team has broken all records in all competitions in this regard. Under his baton he achieved the record Óliver Torres; Koke He achieved the earliest goal in the club's European competition by scoring against Sporting Lisbon at 22 seconds in the Europa League; the vallecano also made the bulls-eye early in the Champions League one and a half minutes into the game against Monaco; and Diego Costa from the European Super Cup against Real Madrid at 49 seconds.