Atletico Madrid midfielder, Thomas Partey has expresses his delight after his side came from behind to beat Athletic Bilbao 3:2 at the Estadio Metropolitano on Saturday evening.
The away side broke the deadlock through Inaki Williams in the 36th minutes in the first half.
However, Ghanaian midfielder, Thomas Partey scored from a long range to level it at 1:1 at the 61st minute.
But Williams increased the tally for the away side with an exquisite finish in the 64th minute.
In the 80th minute, Partey assisted Rodri to bring the home side to level it at 2:2.
Atletico captain, Diego Godin who was carrying an injury ran away limping in celebration of his 91st-minute header.
The injured Godin only stayed on the pitch because his side had already made the maximum three substitutions and he could not be replaced.
He hobbled into the box to contest a late free-kick and converted the winner from close range, with the goal initially ruled out for offside but then awarded via the video assistant referee.
The result moves Atletico one point behind leaders and defending champions Barcelona in the Spanish table while leaving Bilbao 17th, outside the relegation zone only on goal difference.