Goals were scored by Alfonso Pedras and My Gomez Villarreal a 2-0 victory over Barcelona on Sunday to secure a place in the Europa League of Conferences after finishing seventh in La Liga.
After reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League this season, Unai Emery’s team entered the last week of the season, risking completely missing the European competition.
Already determined with the top six, Villarreal started the day in seventh place, one point ahead of Athletic Bilbao, who also played in Seville, which is in fourth place. They needed to win at the Camp Nou to secure qualifying, but Barça, who finished second, had nothing to play for and she had little to fight for.
In the 40th minute, Pedraza scored an accurate goal after a free kick from Dani Parejo, and Gomez secured the victory in the 54th, striking a powerful shot from close range after Adam Traare made a mistake trying to knock the ball out of it. own area.
The athlete lost 1-0 Seville finish in eighth place, and winner Rafa Mir left the Basques by four points from Villarreal. Sevilla finished fourth, one point behind Athletics Madrid who won at Real Sociedad 2-1.
Rodrigo De Paul brought the visitors forward with remarkable effort from a long distance before Angel Correa was convinced of the victory. Real Sociedad has already secured a place in the Europa League; they finish sixth, s Real Betis fifth after playing a zero draw at the Bernabeu against champions, Real Madrid.
Aitara Karanka Granada after a zero draw at home dropped out of the league Espanyolas both Cadiz and Real Mallorca won in their games to stay. Granada started day 16 and missed a golden opportunity to win their match when 40-year-old Jorge Malina scored a penalty in the 70th minute.
It looked like one point might be enough if Cadiz struggled to find a breakthrough in Alaves that had already taken off. But six minutes after Molina’s miss Choco Lausanne fired from close range to survive by one point.
Mallorca, who lost seven games in a row from late February to early April, has completed its impressive comeback since the arrival of Mexican manager Javier Aguirre with a 2-0 victory over Osasuna. Angel Rodriguez opened the scoring early in the second half before Clement Grenier struck a rebound seven minutes later to confirm their save.
“I couldn’t sleep for a few weeks, I was tormented by this suffering and agony, and now it’s just unbelievable what we’ve been able to achieve,” Rodriguez said. “It was a tough season, some really tough days for us, our families and the fans, but we fought to the end and it was worth it. I can’t believe we did it. “