The Citizens are now fourth in the Premier League and with eight games left to play, Pep Guardiola's men are expected to finish above their rivals the Red Devils and qualify for the Champions League next year.
Simeone, who had conquered Rafael Benitez's Real Madrid early in the campaign, was unleashing his fury on a team who had beaten his Atletico side to the Champions League trophy in cruel circumstances in May 2014.
Asked if he would consider joining Real Madrid, Griezmann was quoted as saying by Marca: "I am not ruling anything out". "It was a great game, very complete, and just because of a loss of concentration".
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Unlike his counterpart in the Real Madrid dugout, Diego Simeone has quite a few injury concerns to deal with, with as many as six players sidelined due to fitness issues for the cross city trip to the Santiago Bernabeu.
With Gerard Pique and Ivan Rakitic suspended for the game, La Masia graduates and Barça B players Carles Aleña and Alex Carbonell have been given the call to travel with the first-team. All I'm focused on is what's left of the season.
Alongside their three Bernabeu wins, Atletico are also unbeaten in seven games ahead of the European tie against Leicester on Wednesday and Antoine Griezmann believes his team should be in a positive mindset as they aim for another away win over their bitter city rivals. "I think we played really well". They came at us more at the end. Now it is a different story. We won in the first game this season, but we don't know what's going to happen tomorrow.
"With his talent and all his experience, he gives us many useful tips on every situation and problem we face, and how to handle complicated situations on the pitch".
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Forward Alvaro Morata scored a hat trick and playmaker James Rodriguez also found the net to secure Madrid's fifth win in a row. Sevilla , who had Vitolo sent off for a second booking in the 91st minute, are fourth on 58 points. "We have to believe again".
Madrid retaining their two-point advantage over Barcelona at the top of LaLiga as they head into the season's pivotal closing stretch owed much to Alvaro Morata's hat-trick at Leganes.
That record will be put to the test over the next fortnight as Barcelona visit on April 23.
Real also have a Champions League quarter-final with Bayern Munich on the horizon, but Zidane is looking no further than what he is expecting to be a hard derby on Saturday.
"You can't constantly live with what you have won in the past". You have to have ambition and belief to win titles.
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The 44-year-old manager was appointed Real Madrid boss in January 2016 and only needed months to lead Los Blancos to the Champions League crown.