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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Granada 6 2 5 20
9 Valencia 5 5 3 20
10 Osasuna 4 7 2 19
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Valencia roar back in second half to thrash Lille

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Valencia's Daniel Parejo, left, celebrates after scoring a goal against Lille in the Champions League.
Dani Parejo celebrates after equalising for Valencia against Lille.

Valencia breathed life into their hopes of qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League with a stunning second-half turnaround to beat Lille 4-1 at home on Tuesday.

Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen gave the French side a deserved lead in the 25th minute, but Valencia drew level in the 65th minute with an ice-cool 'Panenka' penalty from captain Dani Parejo.

The home side went ahead in the 82nd with an own goal from Lille defender Adama Soumaoro, who diverted Jose Gaya's low cross into the net.

French...

Sevilla thwarted at Valencia by late leveller

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Sevilla missed out on the chance to go level on points with La Liga leaders Barcelona as they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Valencia on Wednesday after conceding a late equaliser.

Sevilla's in-form Argentine winger Lucas Ocampos put the visiting side ahead against the run of play on the stroke of halftime.

Valencia continued to dominate proceedings after the break and striker Ruben Sobrino finally equalised with a header in the 81st minute, after substitute Manu Vallejo had a strike ruled out for...

Ikone's late goal gives Lille 1-1 draw with Valencia

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Substitute Jonathan Ikone blasted home an equaliser deep into stoppage time to give Lille a 1-1 draw against 10-man Valencia to secure the French side's first point in their Champions League Group H campaign on Wednesday.

- Who will qualify from the UCL group stage?

The home side dominated throughout and created more than enough opportunities to win the game, but their defence was superbly sliced open midway through the second half as Denis Cheryshev put the visitors ahead.

Valencia had Mouctar...

Dani Parejo's stunner earns Valencia draw at Atletico Madrid

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Atletico Madrid's frustrating La Liga run continued as Dani Parejo's stunning late free kick earned Valencia a deserved 1-1 draw in the Metropolitano on Saturday.

Diego Simeone's side had managed only one win in their previous five La Liga games, scoring two goals in that sequence, and their attack misfired again as more points were leaked.

Diego Costa's 36th-minute penalty sent the hosts into the break ahead but they should have established a wider margin before Valencia came surging back in the...

Valencia are a mess, but the Mestalla could offer salvation

ESPN's Alexis Nunes and Julien Laurens discuss the ongoing issues at Valencia following owner Peter Lim's shocking decision to sack Marcelino.

The genesis of the horrible situation which currently engulfs Valencia centres almost wholly around its epic, traditional, much-loved, volcanic but significantly out-dated Mestalla stadium.

It was in 2006 that Valencia's reprehensible club president, Juan Soler, announced that the club was going to sell the stadium land and move to a new, commercially-powerful arena across the city.

The planning for that announcement date back to Soler's takeover of the club in 2004, one of the darkest days in the...