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Loan watch: Torreira scores first Atletico goal

Lucas Torreira

Lucas Torreira scored his first goal for Atletico Madrid on Saturday, netting off the bench in his club’s 3-1 victory against Osasuna.

Joao Felix opened the scoring from the spot just before half-time and grabbed a second 26 minutes later to double the lead. Osasuna then hit back with 10 minutes to play through Ante Budimir but that wasn't to be the end of the scoring.
 
Torreira had the final say, controlling smartly inside the area before rifling the ball into the top-right corner.
 
Matteo Guendouzi returned from injury to play 33 minutes for Hertha Berlin on Monday evening. Our French midfielder replaced Lucas Tousart after 57 minutes as his new side drew 1-1 with Wolfsburg. The result leaves Hertha 14th in the Bundesliga after six matches.
 
James Olayinka played the full game as Southend lost 2-0 to Port Vale. Tom Pope hit a brace to leave The Seasiders rooted to the bottom of League Two after 10 games.
 
Elsewhere, Tolaji Bola was in action as Rochdale drew 1-1 with Bristol City in League One. Our 21-year-old defender started his fifth game in a row for Rochdale, but couldn't prevent Sam Nicholson giving Bristol City the lead after nine minutes. Alex Newby then equalised to share the points.
 
Harrison Clarke played the full match as Oldham lost 2-0 to Salford this weekend. Goals from James Wilson and Ashley Hunter were enough to give the hosts took all three points at Moor Lane.
 
Mark McGuinness kept his second consecutive clean sheet as Ipswich beat Crewe 1-0 at Portman Road. Our 19-year-old centre back played the full match as his side moved up to second in League One.
 
Ben Sheaf played the full match as Coventry picked up a much needed three points at home to Reading. The 3-2 victory at St Andrew's lifts them out of the relegation zone and up to 20th in the Championship.
 
Matt Smith was in action as Swindon beat Hull City 2-1 on Sunday. Goals from Paul Caddis and Joel Grant were enough to secure the points after Keane Lewis-Potter's early strike.
 
Trae Coyle played just four minutes for Gillingham as they were beaten 2-0 by Sunderland at Priestfield Stadium. Our young midfielder replaced Jordan Graham late on but couldn't get on the scoresheet in the closing stages.
 
Zech Medley also featured for Gillingham, playing the full match as his side fell to 17th in the table. The Gills have now lost each of their five games in League One.

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