Valencia has one of the best goals allowed records at home in La Liga, but Karim Benzema scored one at the Mestalla this afternoon after combining with Ronaldo and Gareth Bale for a really pretty team move.
A well placed chip is closer to a perfectly arched three-pointer than a powerful slam dunk, and you won’t see a more audacious, protractor-guided lob than Álvaro Negredo’s here. Just the thought to shoot from there is almost as impressive as being able to hit the net.
Lionel Messi earned a yellow card for complaining to the referee after angry Valencia fans cracked him in the head with a thrown object as Barcelona celebrated a late added-time Sergio Busquets goal that gave them a 1-0 road win.
Holy intellectual property law, Batman, why are you beefing with this Spanish soccer team?
Here we are. The La Liga season has just started up, and now we get to watch the league with the world's three best players, its two best teams, and the saddest hodgepodge of patsies since Enter the Dragon. In spite of these financial realities, Spain managed to produce Europe's wildest title race last season, as…
Valencia came into the second leg of their Copa del Rey tie with Llagostera carrying a 2-0 aggregate advantage and leading many observers to assume Los Murciélagos would take it easy and coast into the second round with a match draw. That wasn't to be, though, as Valencia put three into the net today—the first this…
This video comes from yesterday's UEFA Champions League match between Chelsea and Valencia. Specifically, it's in the 87th minute after Valencia's Roberto Soldado scored on a penalty kick after Chelsea's Salomon Kalou went "up with his arm to dink it away from a Valencia head. What idiocy. What needless idiocy."