In the Spanish League, Barcelona player Lionel Messi got wounded and he lost a chance to beat Atletico on Wednesday. The match got draw with a score of 1-1.
The shielding champions said Messi will be sidelined for three weeks with a crotch strain.
"With Leo Messi out, football loses, we as a whole lose," Barcelona mentor Luis Enrique said. "We now need to search for various arrangements. Obviously we are more grounded with Messi, yet we are still sufficiently solid."
The night couldn't have begun better for Barcelona, in the wake of seeing Real Madrid's trusts of breaking its Spanish association record for sequential wins dashed by a 1-1 draw with Villarreal.
Barcelona was in control after Ivan Rakitic got through Atletico's staunch protection in the 41st with a header from Andres Iniesta's cross.
Be that as it may, the match immediately changed course when Messi came up faltering after a sprint to battle for a ball with Diego Godin.
The Argentina star scowled as he touched his right thigh. In the wake of strolling warily for a couple of minutes, he sat on the turf, hauled out his shin protectors and loosened his boots.
Arda Turan quickly warmed up and surged on to supplant him.
Detecting a chance to change the diversion, Atletico mentor Diego Simeone sent on Torres and Correa.
The move instantly paid off when they found Barcelona resting after a foul. Torres' looking touch of a pass left Correa clear to rifle a low shot off the post and into the net in the 61st.
Simeone said that the objective going ahead the heels of Messi's way out was "fortuitous event, unadulterated incident."
"The way to the match was the change we made toward the begin of the second half," Simeone said. "We safeguarded exceptionally well all through, yet in the second half we could be heroes too."
Neymar attempted to lead Barcelona in Messi's nonattendance, while Godin drew a recovery from goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the last minutes.
Class pioneer Real Madrid drives Sevilla by two focuses. Barcelona is three behind, trailed by Atletico four focuses back.
Genuine Madrid 1, Villareal 1
Genuine Madrid was expecting to break Barcelona's association record of 16 straight wins set in 2010-11. Adding to its solid completion to last season, Madrid had won the initial four rounds and tied Barcelona's breakthrough by beating Espanyol on Sunday.
Sergio Ramos highlighted in both objectives at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
The Madrid shield helped Villarreal go in front in the main half stoppage time when he blocked Manuel Trigueros' shot with his arm, setting up Bruno Soriano to score the punishment.
Ramos presented appropriate reparations three minutes after the restart when he jumped higher than two protectors to head Madrid level.
Neither Cristiano Ronaldo nor Gareth Bale took a gander at their most keen after both Madrid advances were leaned against Espanyol.
Bundle was substituted with 20 minutes left, and Ronaldo squandered an opportunity to secure a late win when he shot into the arms of goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo.
Madrid lost left back Marcelo to an undisclosed damage in the principal half when he strolled off the pitch.
"I am content with my players," mentor Zinedine Zidane said. "I'm not going to discuss records. We are going to rest and consider the following match."
Iago Aspas' punishment three minutes from time secured Celta Vigo its first win of the season as it edged Sporting Gijon.
Hugo Mallo put Celta ahead in the 66th before Duje Cop evened out with his very own spot kick.
Genuine Sociedad striker William Jose scored twice against his previous group to lead a 4-1 win over Las Palmas.
Athletic Bilbao additionally kept Granada winless with a 2-1 triumph from objectives by Raul Garcia and Aymeric Laporte.