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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Valencia v Atl Madrid online video Free Live UEFA Europa League Preview -26 April -2012,21:05 CET

Valencia v Atl Madrid Live Stream online video UEFA Europa League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  04/22/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Valencia v Atl Madrid Stream Free online video Video Of UEFA Europa League Thursday 26 April 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 20:45 CET.UEFA Europa League,Watch Video online video Live online video,Valencia v Atl Madrid Live Streaming Video ,Valencia v Atl Madrid Stream,Valencia v Atl Madrid Live free,Valencia v Atl Madrid Streaming,Valencia v Atl Madrid Live, Valencia v Atl Madrid online video,Valencia v Atl Madrid online video, Valencia v Atl Madrid Results,UEFA Europa League Fixtures.The second match of Spanish semifinal of the European leagues do not offer the uncertainty what was expected when we found out that these two teams will meet. In the first game Atletico Madrid pretty unexpected came to the advantages of the two goal difference, making them favourite here,despite the fact that they have received two goals at home.

Valencia may even be happier with those 4:2 (Atletico Madrid 4-2 Valencia Highlights), because the second goal they gave in the compensation time and exactly that goal gives them hope in front of this match, and for Atletico does not allow even one moment of relaxation. Atletico Madrid since 2003. had not won at the Mestalla, but generally they recorded results which would in this case guarantee them the finals. This season they lost in the league with 1:0, and before that they drew three times (Atlético Madrid, UEFA Europa League, Valencia)

Valencia coach Unai Emery has labelled his side's Europa League semi-final decider against Atletico Madrid as the biggest game of his career.
Emery's future has been the subject of speculation with Valencia struggling to convince in La Liga despite hanging on in third place in the race for Champions League qualification.

Los Che host Atletico at the Mestalla in the second leg of their semi-final trailing 4-2 following last week's first encounter and Emery knows his critics are poised.

Emery said at a news conference: "It is the biggest game of my career, for many players too.
We have to control our anxiety. We work best without thinking about anything else."

Despite the deficit, Emery has no concerns about his players' motivation with a trip to Bucharest for the final against Athletic Bilbao or Sporting Lisbon the possible reward.

He said: "It is the biggest game of the year.
It is a meeting of two very similar teams and the result there makes them favourites.
But we are playing to reverse the result and it is a game that has generated the most enthusiasm."

Atletico, winners of the competition two years ago, took firm control of the tie with three second-half goals at the Vicente Calderon.
Jonas had cancelled out Falcao's early opener for Atletico but Diego Simeone's side powered ahead with further strikes from Miranda, Adrian Lopez and Falcao before Ricardo Costa pulled one back in injury time.

Emery said: "Atletico are having an immense competition.
Simeone has a special touch in these knockout games.
It is a challenge which we did not meet in the first leg. We need to give everything."
Atletico forward Diego Ribas is certainly not taking anything for granted, believing the second away goal from Costa last week changed the complexion of the tie.
The 27-year-old Brazilian, on loan from Wolfsburg, said: "The game at the Mestalla will be sporting war - a very tough encounter.
The second goal of theirs changed everything but we have an advantage we should build on to reach the final.
Valencia are a tough, well-organised side but we have to make the most of our advantage."


Perea, Miranda, Dominguez, Filipe
Gabi, Suarez
Adrian, Diego, Arda

Costa, Rami, Ruiz, Alba
Tino Costa, Topal
Feghouli, Jonas, Mathieu

Match : Valencia v Atl Madrid

Thursday Date   26 April 2012

Kick Off Time:   20:05


Live/Repeat: Live

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