Valencia Beats Valladolid in La Liga Showdown on April 30th

Valencia came out on top in an exciting match against Valladolid in Match Day 31 of La Liga. C._Larin got the first goal of the day for Valladolid at 6 minutes, giving them an early lead (0:1). But M._Diakhaby responded for Valencia with a goal at the 60 minute mark, evening up the score (1:1). The game went into stoppage time with both teams looking for a winner, and it was J._Guerra_Moreno from Valencia who struck late to give his team the win at 90 minutes (2:1). It was a thrilling match until the very end!



Giorgi Mamardashvili (rating 6.2)
Dimitri Foulquier (rating 6.9)
Gabriel Paulista (rating 6.9)
Mouctar Diakhaby (rating 7)
Cenk Özkaçar (rating 6.9)
José Luis Gayà (rating 6.7)
Yunus Musah (rating 7)
Nicolás González (rating 6.9)
André Almeida (rating 7.2)
Samuel Lino (rating 6.6)
Edinson Cavani (rating 6.9)


Jordi Masip (rating 6)
Iván Fresneda (rating 6.3)
Joaquín Fernández (rating 6.6)
Martin Hongla (rating 6.2)
Jawad El Yamiq (rating 6.5)
Sergio Escudero (rating 6.9)
Selim Amallah (rating 6.9)
Monchu (rating 6.6)
Kike Pérez (rating 6.3)
Gonzalo Plata (rating 6.2)
Cyle Larin (rating 7.3)



H. Duro (C. Ozkacar, 46)
I. Moriba (Nico, 84)
D. Lopez (Y. Musah, 84)
J. Guerra Moreno (A. Almeida, 89)
T. Lato (S. Lino, 90)


A. Aguado (S. Amallah, 44)
J. Sanchez (J. El Yamiq, 53)
L. Olaza (K. Perez, 79)
O. Plano (G. Plata, 80)
Kenedy (S. Escudero, 80)

Ball possession:

The match between Valencia and Valladolid was a close one, with Valladolid edging out Valencia in terms of ball possession at 51%. Despite this, Valencia made more shots on target, with 19 compared to Valladolid’s 8. Mouctar Diakhaby was the most active in terms of number of shots for Valencia, while Cyle Larin had the best hits on goal for Valladolid. In the end, both teams put up a good fight and it made for an exciting match.


André Almeida of Valencia had an impressive pass accuracy of 92%, completing 52 passes. He was matched in passing accuracy by Martin Hongla of Valladolid, who completed 57 passes. José Luis Gayà of Valencia made 3 key passes, while Gonzalo Plata of Valladolid made 1. Both teams relied heavily on their players’ ball control and passing ability to create chances and maintain possession.


Valencia and Valladolid have been locked in a tight battle when it comes to interceptions. Valencia leads the way with 5 interceptions, led by Dimitri Foulquier with 2. Not far behind is Valladolid, who has 7 on the season, with Joaquín Fernández leading the team’s efforts with 2 of his own. On the other side of the ball, Valencia has only managed to get 2 interceptions so far this season, both coming from Nicolás González. Valladolid hasn’t been far behind either managing 4 interceptions and Joaquín Fernández taking two of those as well. It remains to be seen which team will come out on top when it comes to winning the interception battle.


Yunus Musah and Selim Amallah are the two top contenders when it comes to face-to-face fights for the ball in their respective teams. Yunus Musah, who plays for Valencia, leads with 8 fights while Selim Amallah from Valladolid follows with 7. Both players have shown immense tenacity on the field and their ability to fight for the ball makes them invaluable assets to their teams.


    Yellow cards:

  • K. Perez (Valladolid) at 55 minute
  • J. Masip (Valladolid) at 57 minute
  • M. Hongla (Valladolid) at 66 minute
  • J. Fernandez (Valladolid) at 71 minute

    The last five games (including this match):

    • Valencia – WWLLD
    • Valladolid – LWWDL

    Top 5 La Liga scorers:

    1. Robert Lewandowski (18, Barcelona)
    2. Karim Benzema (14, Real Madrid)
    3. Vedat Muriqi (12, Mallorca)
    4. Borja Iglesias (12, Real Betis)
    5. Enes Ünal (12, Getafe)

    Next games:

    • Valencia will play with Cadiz. April 30 at 12:00 (UTC), on Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla.
    • Valladolid will play with Atletico Madrid. April 30 at 19:00 (UTC), on Estadio Municipal José Zorrilla.
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