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Power8 Stadium (Cornella de Llobregat)

Espanyol 1-2 Valencia

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Valencia beat Espanyol 2-1 in their Primera Division match at the Power8 Stadium in Cornella de Llobregat.

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Goals
62 mins — Espanyol vs Valencia 0-1 — Piatti goal vs Espanyol
85 mins — Espanyol vs Valencia 0-2 — Dani Parejo goal vs Espanyol
89 mins — Espanyol vs Valencia 1-2 — Sergio García goal vs Valencia
Match Stats
9
3
22
7
2
45%
5
0
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
13
5
16
2
3
55%
4
0

Espanyol Starting Lineup

G - 25 - Pau López
D - 15 - Héctor Moreno
D - 22 - Álvaro
D - 23 - Anaitz Arbilla
D - 27 - Rubén Duarte
M - 4 - Víctor Sánchez
M - 5 - Víctor Álvarez
M - 14 - Jose Canas
M - 17 - Lucas
F - 9 - Sergio García
F - 20 - Felipe Caicedo

G - 26 - Andrés
D - 19 - Diego Colotto
M - 16 - Javí López
F - 6 - Salva Sevilla
F - 8 - Christian Stuani
F - 18 - Juan Fuentes
F - 24 - Francisco Montañés

Valencia Starting XI

G - 1 - Diego Alves
D - 5 - Shkodran Mustafi
D - 6 - Lucas Orban
D - 19 - Antonio Barragan
D - 31 - José Gayá
M - 10 - Daniel Parejo
M - 11 - Pablo Piatti
M - 15 - Enzo Pérez
M - 17 - Rodrigo
M - 18 - Javi Fuego
F - 9 - Paco Alcacer

G - 13 - Yoel Rodríguez
M - 3 - Rubén Vezo
M - 4 - Filipe Augusto
M - 8 - Sofiane Feghouli
M - 20 - Rodrigo De Paul
M - 21 - André Gomes
F - 7 - Álvaro Negredo

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