Villarreal vs Valencia (1-3)
Desperately late goals from Daniel Wass and Goncalo Guedes helped Valencia to a dramatic 3-1 win at native rivals Villarreal in their Galilean League quarter-final first leg, as Los Che place one foot within the last four.
Javi Calleja’s men recovered well when a woeful begin and that they went on to dominate most of the match. However, they ran out of steam within the latter stages, and Valencia finished them off ruthlessly with two goals right at the tip.
Valencia places themselves ahead early once Guedes reacted fastest to Dani Parejo’s penalty be saved, however, Villarreal before long took management and deservedly leveled with a spot-kick of their own – Santi Cazorla netting.
The guests struggled to affect the superb Cazorla and Villarreal’s dynamism in attack when half-time, however, their imagination solely went to date and that they found themselves picked off, as Wass slammed a fine strike in before Guedes effectively over the tie on the break in stoppage time.
When just six minutes, as Santi Caseres tripped Guedes within the box and therefore the European country international reborn from shut vary when Andres Fernandez saved Parejo’s penalty.
But Villarreal leveled directly past the 30 minutes mark – Cazorla changing the match’s second penalty in specific fashion when AN off-balance Ezequiel Garay tripped Vicente Iborra.
Villarreal continued to pile the pressure on when the break and Samuel Chukwueze doubly went shut.
His initial effort within the 56th minute forced Neto into a sensible save right down to his left before the Brazilian then rush off his line and browse Chukwueze’s tried lob when a floor the defense.
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|36′||Villarreal||S. Cazorla (pen.)|
|14||José Luis Gayà|
Villarreal – Valencia Match Statistics
|6||Shots on goal||4|
|7||Shots off goal||4|
|7||Shots inside box||7|
|9||Shots outside box||3|
1-3 ⌚️90+3′ | FINAL DEL PARTIDO en el Estadio de la Cerámica
Próxima parada: #Mestalla 🏟️
— Valencia CF 🦇💯 (@valenciacf) April 11, 2019