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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Real Madrid 26 6 4 84
4 Villarreal 18 10 8 64
5 Athletic 17 7 12 58
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Valencia 0-2 Villarreal

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Villarreal sealed their place in next season's Champions League play-off by winning 2-0 at local rivals Valencia thanks to first half goals from Samu Garcia and Adrian Lopez.

Athletic Bilbao's 3-2 win over Celta Vigo earlier on Sunday meant Marcelino's side would seal their return to Europe's elite competition for the first time in five years by beating Valencia, and although the hosts made the stronger start, Garcia put Villarreal on their way to victory in the 14th minute.

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Villarreal struck in stoppage time against Liverpool and now take a one goal advantage in the tie.

Villarreal coach Marcelino Garcia Toral spoke of his team making history after a late Adrian Lopez goal saw his side beat Liverpool 1-0 in Thursday's Europa League semifinal first leg at El Madrigal.

A tight and tactical first half saw few clear chances and no goals, while the second period saw both Villarreal's Cedric Bakambu and Liverpool's Roberto Firmino hit the woodwork.

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Just as it seemed the teams were heading towards next Thursday's second leg at Anfield with the tie neatly balanced -- Villarreal...