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Betting Site: Simeone praises Villa’s performance
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 18 March 2014 12:49
Pay per head sportsbooks and betting sites saw that Atletico were without the services of suspended Diego Costa for their trip to Vigo after his yellow card for simulation against Real Madrid wasn’t overturned, but ultimately it wasn’t important, as Villa starred.
After a very disappointing first half, the La Liga title-chasers eventually started early in the second period and Villa latched on to Jonny Castro’s very bad backpass at the 62nd-minute before he beat Yoel.
Price per head services saw that the forward’s second goal came two minutes later as he converted from Jose Sosa’s right-wing cross, and betting sites everywhere saw plenty of action on the pitch.
Simeone said: “He (Villa) lives on goals. He is a specialist in that, and the more options you have about the goal, the better for all.
“His accuracy and the strength has marked his career. He has put in such good effort for the team and he is an important player for us.
And many people with a betting shop were also delighted with the effort that the player put in the game.
“We need him. We need his goals, his experience and he is one of the few players who is used to fighting every Sunday for first place (in the table). His forcefulness in the area is worth having.”
Villa and many people with a betting shop were very pleased, and the player wants his team-mates to treat their remaining matches as finals as they look for a first league title since the 1995-96 season, and pay per head sportsbooks know how important this is for the team.
He added: “We are very happy with the victory in a complicated ground against a team which plays high-quality football.
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“From now on until the end (of the season) all matches are finals and we must win them all.”
Betting sites and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world saw a very exciting match, and will continue to closely follow developments on Atletico.