"It is a dream for me to win a title".
Afterwards, Griezmann was asked about the continued speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona but opted against providing any details on what club he will be playing for next season. "I hope I can continue to win more trophies". It's the OM I love to see and want to see at every game. "Simeone has taught me a lot". I hope I will be in it.
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Marseille had wasted a chance to take a fourth-minute lead when Valere Germain skewed his shot wide with only Jan Oblak to beat. "This is a reward for all the work I have put in, the suffering".
"I am proud of the season Marseille have had, of their fans who on their own nearly filled the whole stadium, and of (coach) Rudi Garcia and what he has done with that team". "Whatever he decides I'll be happy because he has given us his life".
"The scoreline is harsh but the better team won".
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The Europe performance was also improving with restructuring, plant upgrades and support from better pricing in the European Union.
Griezmann pounced in the 21st minute, slotting coolly into the bottom left corner after being set up by midfielder Gabi's first-time pass. Marseille's woeful defending contributed, as midfielder Zambo Anguissa failed to control a needlessly casual pass out from goalkeeper Steve Mandanda and the loose ball bounced straight to Gabi.
Four minutes into the second half, Griezmann started and finished the move for his second.
Skipper Gabi added a rare goal late on to secure a comfortable night at the office for Atletico, who brought on Fernando Torres in stoppage time for his final appearance for the club.
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Things got worse for Marseille when Payet, their captain and most influential player who had been struggling with a hamstring problem ahead of the game, came off crying just after the half-hour. "The best way to win is to keep insisting, we had already lost two Champions League finals, one in the last minute, and then penalties, but these kids are the living history of Atletico, they are marvellous".
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