Valencia CF Goals

Valencia vs Atletico Madrid highlights (0-1)
Atletico Madrid continue their reign at the top of Spanish La Liga standings as this weekend they picked up a hard fought win over Valencia. Preparing for their Champions League tie against Chelsea, Atletico still put strong attacking emphasize against El Che.
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Sevilla vs Valencia (2-0)
Sevilla took charge of their Europa League semifinals' first leg tie against Valencia as the home side picked up a comfortable 2-0 victory. The two La Liga sides obviously knew each other strengths, as they immediately set off into an attacking shape straight from kick off.
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Valencia vs Basel (5-0)
Valencia write their name in the history book as they made an exciting come back to advance into the semifinals stage of Europa League after eliminating Basel. Trailing 3-0 down in the first leg, it was rather unlikely for El Che to make things right as there were no other teams that manage to overcome that margin of defeat in Europa League.
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Basel vs Valencia (3-0)
Valencia's journey in Europa League is under serious threat as they were beaten comfortably by FC Baasel on the first leg of their two legged tie. The home side were looking determined in giving something special for their loyal fans and they got things going on 34 minutes through Matias Delgado's effort.
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Almeria vs Valencia (2-2)
Valencia still struggling to climb their way into the mid-table position of Spanish La Liga standing after only grabbing a point from their midweek fixture against Almeria. The away side made a bright start on that away fixture as they took an early lead through Seydou Keita after only a minute of play.
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Europa League may still considered as the second major club football competition in Europe after Champions League, but that situation will definitely change when one of your favorite teams are being a part of the later stages of that competition.
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Valencia vs Villarreal CF (2-1)
Villarreal's push for that fourth place seat gets tougher as this past weekend they suffered a disappointing away defeat from Valencia. Playing away from home, Villarreal tried to play their normal attacking play, but it was the home side that got things going as they went one goal up on 35 minutes through Javi Fuego's effort.
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Valencia vs PFC Ludogorets Razgard (1-0)
UEFA Europa League : Valencia vs PFC Ludogorets Razgard Final Score: 1 - 0 Aggregate: 4 - 0 Stadium: Mestalla Attendance: 25,000 Referee: A. Sidiropoulos Assistants: C. Akrivos, D.
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CD Real Sociedad vs Valencia (1-0)
Spanish La Liga: CD Real Sociedad 1-0 Valencia CF Sunday, 16.03.2014 Stadium: Estadio Municipal de Anoeta Attendance: 23,845 Referee: Javier Estrada Assistants: Jose Fernandez, Francisco Martin Real Sociedad keeping their challenge for fourth place finish alive as they grabbed an important home win over Valencia on Sunday.
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PFC Ludogorets Razgard vs Valencia (0-3)
Europa League PFC Ludogorets Razgard vs Valencia CF - 18.03.2014 Score: 0-3 Attendance: 44,000 Stadium: Ludogorets Arena Referee: Clement Turpin Assistants: Cyril Gringore, Nicolas Danos Lineups: PFC Ludogorets Razgard: Stoyanov(g); Minev, Mantyla(Juninho Quixada), Barthe(Terziev), Junior Caicara; Dyakov, Fabio Espinho, Misidjan, Marcelinho, Aleksandrov; Bezjak(Michel) Valencia CF: Diego Alves(g); Senderos, Mathieu, Joao Pereira, Juan Bernat; Keita, Javi Fuego, Barragan(Feghouli), Cartabia(Jonas); Vargas, Paco Alcacer(Victor Ruiz) Valencia grabbed a convincing away victory over Ludogorets Razgard on their Europa League fixture on Thursday.
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Valencia vs Athletic Bilbao (1-1)
Athletic Bilbao still keeping their seat in that top four spot of current Spanish La Liga standings despite only grabbing a point from their weekend battle against Valencia. The home side made a bright start on that tie as they immediately pour forward in search for an early goal which they eventually grabbed on 23 minutes through Paco Alcacer's effort.
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Valencia vs Granada (2-1)
Valencia continue to push forward in search for European place finish by the end of current season as they picked up another important victory this weekend, defeating Granada at Mestalla stadium.
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Dynamo Kyiv vs Valencia (0-2)
Valencia's opened their shot in making into the next round of Europa League competition after they grabbed an important away victory over Dynamo Kyiv this past midweek. Playing away from home, El Che didn't show any concern as they immediately took an attacking shape and push for goals straight from kick off.
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