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MADRID---Atletico Madrid easily
defeated Real Sociedad 3-0 yester-
day to put some pressure on Span-
ish league leader Barcelona.
Atletico opened the scoring with
an own goal by defender Diego
Reyes in the eighth minute and mid-
fielder Saul Niguez added to the
lead in the 46th. French striker
Antoine Griezmann sealed the vic-
tory by converting a 61st-minute
penalty at Vicente Calderon Stadi-
The win moves Atletico within
five points of Barcelona, which plays
at struggling Rayo Vallecano on
Thursday to close out the 27th
round. Atletico opened a seven-
point advantage over third-place
Real Madrid, which plays at last-
place Levante on Wednesday.
Atletico beat Madrid at the San-
tiago Bernabeu Stadium on Satur-
day, a result that prompted home
supporters to call for the resignation
of their club's president, Florentino
Perez. Atletico fans at the Vicente
Calderon quickly picked up on it
on Tuesday, loudly chanting for
Perez to stay in his position.
It was the fourth win for Atletico
in its last five league games, and
the ninth at home this season. The
team coached by Diego Simeone
hasn't conceded a goal in its last
Atletico cruised from the start
and quickly got on the board, with
Reyes finding his own net while try-
ing to intercept a low cross by mid-
fielder Jorge "Koke" Resurreccion.
Niguez made it 2-0 just seconds
into the second half, scoring from
close range after a cross by Luciano
Vietto, and Griezmann added the
third from the penalty spot after
being brought down inside the area
by defender Alberto de la Bella.
Atletico substitute Angel Correa
scored in the 90th minute but the
goal was ruled out for offside.
Replays suggested the midfielder
Sociedad's best chance was a
header by Reyes that struck the post
in the 63rd.
With the game under control,
Simeone substituted some regular
starters to give them a rest, including
Diego Godin and Griezmann. The
team has played four games in 10
Sociedad was coming off a home
draw against Malaga but had won
its previous four league matches.
Simeone made only one change
to the lineup from the impressive
1-0 victory over Real Madrid at the
Bernabeu, replacing Fernando Torres
with Vietto. (AP)
Atletico blasts Real Sociedad to close on Barcelona
MILAN---AC Milan cruised into the Italian Cup
final following a 5-0 rout of third-division Alessan-
Jeremy Menez and Alessio Romagnoli each scored
twice and Mario Balotelli also found the target as
the Rossoneri advanced 6-0 on aggregate following
a penalty from Balotelli in the opening leg.
Menez set the tone when he beat the offside trap
to put Milan ahead seven minutes in at the San Siro.
Romagnoli doubled the lead from close range following
a corner and Menez was left virtually uncontested
to make it 3-0 before the break.
Romagnoli added another late in the second half
that had to be validated with goal-line technology
before Balotelli scored in the final seconds.
Menez was making his first start after a long injury
layoff while Romagnoli collected his first goals in a
"This was one of the goals for this season, so we're
pleased that we've reached the final," said Milan's
38-year-old goalkeeper Christian Abbiati, who played
on the Milan team that last won the cup in 2003.
Juventus takes a 3-0 lead into the other semifinal
at Inter Milan today.
The single-leg final is scheduled for May. (AP)
AC Milan routs
Alessandria to reach
Italian Cup final
FRANKFURT---Germany forward Andre Schuerrle
scored a hat trick as Wolfsburg won 4-0 at bot-
tom-place Hannover in the Bundesliga yesterday.
In the second match, Anthony Modeste notched
the equaliser as Cologne came from behind to draw
1-1 at Ingolstadt.
The remaining seven matches will be played today.
Schuerrle has been seeking his form for months
but he found his scoring touch against the hapless
Hannover. He broke the deadlock in the 36th minute
and then struck twice after the break. His third was
the most spectacular---Schuerrle chested down a half
clearance by Hannover and fired a volley into the
roof of the net. Julian Draxler completed the victo-
"I am feeling well, this is very good for me," Schuer-
rle said after his first hat trick for Wolfsburg.
Hannover has lost 10 out of 12 matches at home
and nine of its last 10 matches.
Just before the kickoff, a flare fired by Wolfsburg
fans across the pitch hit Hannover's bench but caused
no harm. The kick off was briefly delayed.
In Ingolstadt, striker Lukas Hinterseer scored his
third goal in three matches for the home side to take
the lead. But Modeste connected with a cross from
Marcel Risse to level with his 11th goal of the season.
trick as Wolfsburg
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