Like every year Rayo Vallecano expect a very busy summer ahead. Many players do not continue and Paco Jemez is already planning the first arrivals. The first two men who can get are promises colchoneras young Oliver Torres and Leo Baptistão.
Last year the Lightning already had in its ranks Saul, on loan from Atletico Madrid, and the result was very good, so this season looking to repeat the same fate. Oliver Torres and Leo Baptistão count for Simeone and its output can be immediate destination Vallecas.
Valencia lifted themselves into La Liga’s final Champions League position with a cruising victory over Rayo Vallecano on Sunday. Los Che’s win comes with three games to play, and bodes well for them even though Real Sociedad can take fourth place back with a win on Monday.
Roberto Soldado kicked off the scoring barrage by netting a penalty shot in the 28th minute, after a bad foul by Vallecano’s Roberto Trashorras. He scored again in the 34th, after a beautiful assist from Andrés Guardado that left him with only a tap in.
17 minutes into the second half Guardado shook off his lengthy scoring drought after collecting his own rebound and firing it into the net. Nelson Valdez capped off the scoring with a left corner volley after a wondrous overhead through ball from teammate Sofiane Feghouli.
Barcelona carried on their imperious form with a 5-0 demolition of Rayo Vallecano. Cesc Fàbregas broke up the Vallecano defence in the 20th minute, playing though David Villa who got on the end of the cross and scored an impressive goal, defeating the goalkeeper Rubén with a solitary touch.
Rayo had positioned its attack bravely, with the intention on rattling the supposed uncertainty of Busquets and Adriano, who have been re-positioned as central defenders following Barca’s defensive injury crisis. Villa’s strike, however, wiped out their plans. Continue reading Rayo tried hard but… Barça hit harder→