Life poured onto the streets of the Spanish capital late Wednesday to celebrate Atletico’s third Europa League trophy.
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After enduring a poor start to the season, Atletico ended it on a very high note.It was the sixth title for Simeone since he arrived in 2012 to revamp Atletico and make them into perennial title contenders.It was a good way to end a season that began with very high expectations for Atletico but mostly disappointed until the last few weeks.Atletico easily made it to the knockout stages in the last four seasons, losing the final to Real Madrid in 2014 and 2016, and being a semifinalist last season and a quarterfinalist in 2015 .Atletico finished third behind either Barcelona or Madrid in all the other years since 2012-2013, which was the team's first full season under Simeone.
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