Atletico Madrid's Jorge "Koke" Resurreccion Merodio (L) and David Villa celebrate their team's first goal against Barcelona during their Champions League quarter-final second leg soccer match in Madrid, April 9, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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Surprise La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid have little time to bask in the glory of Wednesday's Champions League win against Barcelona with a tricky trip across town to play relegation-threatened Getafe looming Sunday. Atletico's stunning 1-0 success at the Calderon sealed a 2-1 aggregate success for Diego Simeone's outperforming side and sent the club through to the last four of Europe's elite club competition for the first time in 40 years. They lead second-placed Barca by a point in La Liga with six games left and are within touching distance of a first domestic league triumph since a team featuring Simeone won a La Liga and King's Cup double in 1996 .
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