Highlights of the La Liga game between Barcelona and Valencia.
Barcelona avoided a European hangover by beating Valencia 2-1 at the Nou Camp following their extremely disappointing 3-0 loss to Roma which saw them get knocked out of the Champions League. Ter Stegen's rollercoaster afternoon continued as Dani Parejo's penalty slipped under his grasp frustratingly.
Barca's setback could provide an opportunity for Valencia, who climbed above champions Real Madrid into third last weekend and are two wins away from sealing a return to next season's Champions League.
The win against Valencia means a seventh league title in 10 years now looks like a formality for Barca, but they still have some work to do if they want to end the season unbeaten.
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It was 2-0 on 51 minutes through defender Umtiti, who headed home at the near post from Coutinho's corner, a moment after Rodrigo had almost grabbed an equaliser for the visitors. The aggregate score was 4-4, but Eusebio Di Francesco's side progressed due to the away goals rule.
Luis Suarez gave Barca the lead after a quarter of an hour by meeting a delicious outside-of-the-foot pass from former Liverpool team mate Philippe Coutinho, scoring with one touch from close range.
"The atmosphere around the club this week has been a bit gloomy and we needed to put the brakes on that so I have to congratulate the players because it's not been easy", added Valverde.
"We know it's been a tough week but a win today was a must".
We tried to continue the great league showing after what happened the other day.