n the match between Mallorca-Valencia, Joaquin scored the main objective in injury time to give Valencia 3 focuses. Played in Estadio San Moix, Mallorca appears to be overwhelmed by Valencia. Ayala, Miguel Angulo, and Joaquin himself made a few opportunities for Valencia all along.
Presently El Che contemplations they can in any case come out on top for the La Liga championship. Back to the match, Ariel Ibagaza from Mallorca ever in one on one circumstance with Valencia goalkeeper, Santiago Canizarez, yet he neglected to score the objective for the homeside.
David Villa, who supposed by papers will leave Valencia the following summer, made a few possibilities, including for himself. In any case, goalkeeper Moya had the option to denies Valencia possibilities.
Valencia appears to just get 1 focuses from this match until Joaquin scored a sensational late winning objective in the 91st moment.
In the mean time in Estadio La Romareda, Zaragoza crushed Bilbao 4-3. Ruled the game, Zaragoza scored 2 objectives in the initial 20 minutes. Diego Milito scored the main valle de estós objective in the sixteenth moment. Furthermore, Carlos Diogo, previous Madrid player, multiplied the score 3 minutes after the fact. Betis attempted to retaliate with Aduriz’ objective. However, Sergio Garcia scored the third objective for Zaragoza just a short time after Betis’ most memorable objective.
The match finished 4-3 after Ander Murillo from Bilbao scored an own objective and Aduriz scored his second(penalty) and third objectives. Sadly, Aritz Aduriz’ hattrick didn’t give Bilbao point(s) from this game. The other match is among Betis and Gimnastic. The score finished 1-1 with 2 red cards for the home side(Betis).
Mallorca: Moya, Ballesteros, Navarro, Hector, Varela(Jankovic 72′), Arango(Castano 78′), Basinas, Ibagaza, Jonas, Nunes, Pereyra.
Valencia: Canizares, Ayala, Marchena, Miguel, Moretti, Albelda(Baraja 67′), R. Albiol, Joaquin, Silva(Jorge Lopez 84′), Angulo(Gavilan 60′), Villa.
Season of Ball Possession: Mallorca-Valencia: 42%-58%