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Valencia shatter Salzburg dream

Published: Tuesday 22 August 2006, 23.30CET
Valencia CF 3-0 FC Salzburg (agg: 3-1) Goals by Fernando Morientes, David Villa and Silva secured Valencia's passage to the group stage.

Match statistics

ValenciaSalzburg

Goals scored3
 
0
Attempts on target3
 
0
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards2
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Tuesday 22 August 2006, 23.30CET

Valencia shatter Salzburg dream

Valencia CF 3-0 FC Salzburg (agg: 3-1) Goals by Fernando Morientes, David Villa and Silva secured Valencia's passage to the group stage.

First-half goals from Fernando Morientes and David Villa, and an added-time strike by Silva, gave Valencia CF a 3-0 win over FC Salzburg which put them into the UEFA Champions League group stage on a 3-1 aggregate.

Morientes strikes
Valencia, losing finalists in the competition in 2000 and 2001, wiped out a 1-0 first-leg deficit in the third qualifying round tie when Morientes put them ahead in the 13th minute. The former Liverpool FC and Real Madrid CF striker steered into the empty net when goalkeeper Timo Ochs turned a Villa shot into his path after the Spain forward had raced past the Salzburg back four.

Penalty drama
The hosts were in front on aggregate 20 minutes later after Ezequiel Carboni conceded a penalty for handling in the area when under pressure from Villa. Ochs managed to touch Villa's spot-kick on to a post but the No7 was on hand to smash the ball high into the net on the rebound. With Salzburg needing just one goal to turn the tie, Valencia could never relax but they secured victory when Silva curled a shot around Ochs and into the far corner from the right side of the area with virtually the last kick of the game.

Last updated: 23/08/06 12.33CET

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Lineups

valencia

Valencia

salzburg

Salzburg

1
CañizaresSantiago Cañizares (GK)
Yellow Card87
1
OchsTimo Ochs (GK)
6
AlbeldaDavid Albelda (C)
2
BodnárLászló Bodnár
Yellow Card15
7
VillaDavid Villa
Goal32
3
DudićMilan Dudić
9
MorientesFernando Morientes
Goal12
Substitution67
4
LinkeThomas Linke (C)
10
AnguloMiguel Ángel Angulo
Yellow Card37
5
CarboniEzequiel Carboni
14
VicenteVicente
Substitution73
6
N.KovačNiko Kovač
Substitution63
17
D. NavarroDavid Navarro
13
TiffertChristian Tiffert
Yellow Card46
Substitution57
20
AlbiolRaúl Albiol
16
PitákKarel Piták
21
SilvaDavid Silva
Goal90+3
24
OroszPeter Orosz
Substitution46
22
EduEdu
Substitution89
28
AufhauserRené Aufhauser
24
MorettiEmiliano Moretti
31
VargasJorge Vargas
Yellow Card55

Substitutes

25
ButelleLudovic Butelle (GK)
22
ArzbergerHeinz Arzberger (GK)
5
MarchenaCarlos Marchena
Substitution89
9
LokvencVratislav Lokvenc
Substitution46
11
RegueiroMario Regueiro
Substitution67
11
JežekPatrik Ježek
Substitution63
19
GavilánJaime Gavilán
Substitution73
19
VonlanthenJohan Vonlanthen
Substitution57
16
Hugo VianaHugo Viana
18
MeyerRemo Meyer
23
Curro TorresCurro Torres
20
SteinhöferMarkus Steinhöfer
31
PallardóMiguel Pallardó
33
WinklhoferThomas Winklhofer

Coach

Quique Sánchez Flores (ESP) Giovanni Trapattoni (ITA)

Referee

Ľuboš Michel (SVK)

Assistant referees

Martin Balko (SVK), Tomaš Mokoš (SVK)

Fourth official

Vladimir Vnuk (SVK)

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  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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