Fernando Torres at long last scored his 100th objective for Atletico Madrid, helping his group fight against eminent loss to vanquish Eibar 3-1 in La Liga on Saturday.

Torres found the net from short proximity after a low cross by Luciano Vietto in second-half harm time, scoring his first objective since September. Fans at the Vicente Calderon Stadium gave the striker an overwhelming applause and noisily droned his name after the last shriek.

"At long last," Torres said. 'After numerous diversions and numerous years, this is something that will stay with me until the end of time. I know I'll be among the club's most noteworthy goalscorers. It's a prize for me.'

Safeguard Jose Gimenez and midfielder Saul Niguez additionally scored second-half objectives for Atletico after Niguez's screw up soon after halftime prompted Sergio Keko's objective for Eibar.

The triumph ended Atletico's four-diversion winless streak and drew the club nearer to pioneers Barcelona on the standings.

Atletico are tied with Barcelona, with 51 focuses each, however the Catalan club have two amusements close by.

Barcelona visit Levante on Sunday with an opportunity to coordinate their unequaled record of 28 diversions without a misfortune. Third-put Real Madrid, who play at Granada on Sunday, are four focuses behind the pioneers.

Atletico controlled ownership from the begin however couldn't make numerous huge scoring possibilities.

Eibar opened the scoring after Niguez's misstep in the 46th moment. He stumbled on the ball while attempting to control it and offered ownership to Sergi Enrich, who set up Keko's simple objective from simply outside the region.

Atletico encouraged with headers by Gimenez in the 56th and Niguez himself in the 63rd. Torres fell off the seat to seal the win with his objective just before the end of the match.

Torres' last objective was in September a year ago, again at Eibar. It was his third class objective this season in the wake of missing a few matches as of late on account of harm.
FERNANDO TORRES +  Manuel Brinas

Atletico were falling off misfortunes against Barcelona in La Liga and Celta Vigo in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey, an outcome that wiped out the group from the opposition. They hadn't won a match subsequent to a 3-0 accomplishment at Las Palmas in January.

Atletico bounced back on Saturday despite the fact that mentor Diego Simeone couldn't depend on three key protective players; Diego Godin and Filipe Luis were suspended in view of red cards got against Barcelona, while Juanfran was out due to an aggregation of yellow cards.

Also, midfielder Augusto Fernandez was harmed and Colombian striker Jackson Martinez simply left the club to play in China.

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