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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Atletico 6 8 2 26
8 Valencia 7 5 4 26
9 Granada 7 3 6 24
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Ajax knocked out in Champions League group stage with home loss to Valencia

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Gab Marcotti says Valencia's experience coupled with the loss of players doomed Ajax to the Europa League.

Valencia's Rodrigo scored the game's only goal as they upset hosts Ajax Amsterdam 1-0 on Tuesday to finish top of Champions League Group H and eliminate the Dutch title winners from this season's competition.

The 24th-minute strike from the Brazil-born Spain international saw Valencia finish ahead of Chelsea, 2-1 victors over Lille, by virtue of the head-to-head result between the two teams, as both ended on 11 points to Ajax's 10.

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Chelsea denied Champions League knockout spot by late Valencia goal

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Ale Moreno believes Chelsea have given up "too many goals in too many key moments" to be a UCL threat.

A freak goal from Valencia's Daniel Wass earned them a 2-2 draw in an epic encounter against Chelsea on Wednesday that left both sides waiting to book their place in the Champions League's knockout stage.

Valencia, who missed a glut of chances, had taken the lead through Carlos Soler but goals from Mateo Kovacic and Christian Pulisic flipped the match on its head.

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