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Antoine Griezmann Hat-Trick Fires Atletico Madrid Into Champions League

Antoine Griezmann secured Champions League qualification for Atletico Madrid with a hat-trick in a 3-0 triumph at Getafe on Wednesday in La Liga. Diego Simeone's side ensured they will finish in the top four and therefore reach Europe's top competition for the 12th consecutive season. Inspired by France international Griezmann, the Rojiblancos romped to victory in the Madrid suburbs at Getafe's Coliseum Alfonso Perez. Atletico, fourth, trail Girona by two points and now lead fifth-place Athletic Bilbao by 11 as the Basque side fell to a 2-1 defeat at struggling Celta Vigo.

Despite a strong start and becoming the only side in Spain to beat new champions Real Madrid this season, Atletico's season began to crumble.

Athletic ousted them in the Copa del Rey semi-finals and Borussia Dortmund knocked them out in the Champions League quarters.

Atletico knew a victory would guarantee them a return to the competition next season and the superb Griezmann did not give Getafe, 10th, a chance.

"It's been a lot of years getting into the Champions League, which is something to value, but with the team we have and the talent we have, and the coach we have, it's something we have to do," Griezmann told Movistar.

The 33-year-old forward had netted only twice in his previous 13 La Liga appearances, with concerns emerging over his form, but he put them to bed with his second treble of the campaign.

"Without my team-mates I am nothing," continued Griezmann.

"My ankle was annoying me a lot (in recent weeks)... working with the physios and pushing hard, the pain has gone and I can enjoy myself."

Atletico's all-time leading goalscorer opened the scoring in the 27th minute when he ran on to Rodrigo De Paul's scooped pass and beat Getafe stopper