The other Second B still in liza said goodbye to a Granada accustomed to take out trap games in the Cup, thanks to Carlos Fernández 2-3 in 109 ‘. Badajoz pulled an epic to tie (2-2) on the last play through Caballero. Soldier, newly entered, had done 1-2 in the 86th minute confirming the Andalusian dominance in the Nuevo Vivero Stadium despite moments of lack of control.This was the beginning, with the goal in the first minute of Álex Martínez and the local tie of Pablo Vázquez in a noise in the area. Granada finished the first half better and, despite a Gorka option for Badajoz, those of Diego Martínez drove the second half until Soldier gave what seemed more than half a ticket. As before Hospitalet and Badalona, it was up to Granada to win it in extra time.Comfortable ticket from Villarreal and Real SociedadThe afternoon shift left the Villarreal pass in two blows in the last minutes of Fernando Niño and Cazorla (0-2) against Rayo Vallecano. The Madrid team wanted to knock another First but fell short and saw his two-month streak cut without losing. The newcomer Isi gave the locals a lot, as they expect in Vallecas after Embarba’s departure, and Andrés Martín, Mario Suárez and Joni Montiel had good chances.The ‘submarine’ lived further from the rival goal and approached in some local loss, with the advanced lines as usual Jémez team, with Bacca and Ontiveros. The second part was gradually yellow, with many people above and better mobility with the entrance of Cazorla. A goal by Quintillá was annulled by the VAR but Niño, who debuted in the league scoring both the victory against Alavés on Saturday, and Cazorla knocked down the Vallecano dream.In addition, Real Sociedad made it easy against Osasuna, despite a first exchange of blows, with goals from Isak and Cardona for the immediate 1-1. After the break, Oedegaard, assistant in the first, scored a direct foul 2-1 and shortly after Isak continued to gain his great moment in the face of the goal with the sentence. Osasuna was far from turning to another intense date with a Real who returned to be an executioner ‘reddish’ as a month ago in the league. Photo: EFE Valencia and Granada suffer before Cultural Leonesa and BadajozVillarreal and Real Sociedad make it easy against Rayo and Osasuna Valencia suffered in a bad game but took the penalty to the pass to the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey in the Kingdom of León, while Granada was credited again to the victory in extra time (2-3) in Badajoz, in a quieter day for Villarreal and Real Sociedad.After giving the bell against Atlético de Madrid, Cultural Leonesa once again faced one of the greats of Primera, a Valencia who went to rest without knocking on goal. The locals jumped very motivated and with arrivals, a ball to the crossbar of Augusto Galván included. Those of Celades went from less to more and, although they generated danger, they failed to reduce local euphoria.In the mouth of goal did not finish Soler and Gameiro missed two auction options. After the break Valencia worsened its performance. Kondogbia had a good chance ‘che’ but the ‘Cultu’ continued to gain in effort and pressure. The wear of Sergio Benito had no prize in the final stretch, for a shot that could only connect with the thigh. Already in extra time Luque forced Jaume and the goal ‘che’ began to warm up for penalties.Ferran had a couple of occasions, another Nephew, the best in Valencia to see in action for the first time a Giffard that made Atleti bitter in the previous round. The French goal however could not be a hero on penalties as the rival goal. Menudo and Benito met Jaume, an income that the current champion did not miss to avoid the scare in Leon.
There are that they assure that he Bayern he won all the European Cup finals he deserved to lose and lost all the ones he deserved to win. The fans of Atlético, Saint Étienne, Leeds, Valencia and Dortmund, their victims in the European Cup, will surely contribute data that confirms this. Legend or not, what is certain that the Bavarians were superior to Aston Villa in that 1982 Rotterdam Final. He could even thrash. But the German strikers ran into a very young Spink, who like Iker Casillas in 2002 in Glasgow against Leverkusen, went out to supply the goal at injured Rimmer and he became the great hero of the party. White took advantage of what was practically Villa’s only chance to score the only goal of the match and give the title to his team.With that victory, the Aston Villa was proclaimed as England fourth team in winning the European Cup after United, Liverpool and Nottingham Forest (No country has so many champions, to which we must also add the Chelsea) and perpetuated the golden age of British football on the continent, in which it was the fifth orejona Consecutive for the English country. The Villa reaffirmed his glory in the European Super Cup, in which he beat Barça, but as a result of that, he faded until he dropped to Segunda in 1987. The ‘villains’ were never so scary. The 80s started in England with the disappearance of a myth, John Lennon, and the resurrection of another, the Aston Villa. Only a year after the Nottingham Forest will earn your second European Cup (1980), the Birmingham ‘villains’ won their seventh and so far last English league 71 years after your previous title in 1910. By then term Old Glory (Vieja Gloria) perfectly coined a club that had won the Most of their leagues in the 19th century. Ten years before winning the English league, the town I played in Third divisionBut his return to the elite was not as surprising as that of Nottingham Forest a few years ago. Little by little, by the technician Ron Saunders, he was building a competitive team that important players like Gordon Cowans, Dennis Mortimer, Tony Morley and above all, Peter White, and after his return to the First in 1975 he was already fighting for European positions. The title definitely came in season 1980-81.The following year, the ‘villains’ advanced with good pace in the European Cup, after eliminating the Valur and Dinamo Berlin when something unexpected happened. Saunders faced the directive and was fired, and his assistant Tony Barton took over. Everything seemed to indicate that without the great leader of the project and in the most decisive phase of the course, the ‘villains’ adventure would end soon. And once again, history showed that in the football everything is possible. In the quarterfinals and semifinals, the English team defeated two greats of the time, the Dinamo Kiev and Anderlecht, and reached the final against a powerful Bayern Munich in which stars of the level of Rummenigge, Breitner and Augenthaler, among others, shone.