Atletico Madrid 0-0 Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane's Men Go Top of La Liga After Impasse
In the wake of swapping London for Madrid in the late spring, both Atletico's Trippier and Real's Hazard begun from the off at the Wanda Metropolitano as the crown jewels were eventually partaken in a strained experience.
Joao Felix flashed two first-half endeavors wide, yet the best shots tumbled to Real after the break, with Gareth Bale discharging his endeavor over before Karim Benzema's header drew a fine spare from Jan Oblak.
The attract sees Real come back to the highest point of La Liga, while Atletico are third - behind Granada yet above Barcelona who won 2-0 at Getafe prior on Saturday.
Atletico Madrid: Oblak (7), Trippier (7), Savic (6), Gimenez (7), Lodi (6), Koke (7), Saul (6), Thomas (8), Vitolo (6), Costa (6), Joao Felix (6)
Subs: Correa (6), Lemar (6), Llorente (6)
Genuine Madrid: Courtois (6), Carvajal (6), Ramos (6), Varane (7), Nacho (5), Casemiro (6), Valverde (5), Kroos (6), Hazard (5), Benzema (6), Bale (6)
Subs: Modric (6), James (6), Jovic (N/A)
Man of the match: Thomas Partey
Atleti crush out ordinary draw
The primary half was loaded up with the whittling down expected of a Madrid derby as 10 shots were dwarfed by 14 fouls.
Joao Felix twice observed endeavors stream wide, while Toni Kroos constrained Atletico goalkeeper Oblak into making a shrewd low spare.
Trippier was intensely included too in the wake of shaking off early damage issue when Hazard crashed into him. The previous Spurs safeguard had the better of Real left-back Nacho - who was reserved at an opportune time - however none of his crosses discovered their planned objective as the match headed into the break goalless.
Kieran Trippier and Eden Hazard got their first taste of derby activity from the off. Diego Costa and Joao Felix joined Trippier in Atleti's XI with Alvaro Morata suspended.
Risk was one of six Real changes with Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Thibaut Courtois among those coming back to the firing line-up.
In the subsequent half, Real were seemingly the better side, however couldn't change over any of their odds.
Nacho's traverse enticingly for Bale, who could just twist a wild endeavor over the bar.
With 15 minutes to go, Benzema's header seemed bound for the base corner, however Oblak got over to make a crucial spare and guarantee the hosts left away with a point.
Man of the match - Thomas Partey
Effectively the best midfielder on a pitch that likewise included Saul, Toni Kroos and Casemiro. The Ghana worldwide was a thistle in Real's assaults, and consistently searched for the ball forward that would set Atletico on their way.