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Valencia become fifth Spanish team in the Champions League


Valencia become fifth Spanish team in the Champions League

Valencia have made it through the group stages of the Champions League despite losing away to Monaco. The game ended 2-1 with Negredo finding the back of the net early for the Spaniards but goals from Raggi and Elderson secured the home side’s victory.

Overall, the Spanish side won 4-3 on aggregate and for the first time become one of five teams from Spain in the championship.

In the other play off matches on Tuesday night, Maccabi Tel-Aviv made it through to the group stages after winning on away goals. They drew 1-1 with Basel at home.

Scottish outfit Celtic went crashing out after losing away to Malmö.

Dinamo Zagreb were too strong for Albanian side Skënderbeu. The Croats won 4-1 but go through on an aggregate score of 6-2.

And finally a draw was enough to make it through to the next round for Shakhtar Donetsk in their clash against Rapid Wien.

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