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The toughest defeats in the history of Valencia CF

The toughest defeats in the history of Valencia CF

David Albelda spoke at the conclusion of the match between Valencia and Sevilla that the Valencians had fallen in the most unfair way. It's not the first time, effectively, that bad luck or fate would cross in the box Mestalla. Europe has been particularly hard on the black and white, but also a league match some brought some bad shot. We remember the worst:

1- Valencia-Bayern Munich: the summum of bad luck. With a Champions League game, the title was closer than ever. Few saw and he was going to miss the final due to the success of Santi Cañizares on penalties. But nevertheless, the fish was not sold and nothing helped stop the manchego goal up three penalties in the game. Pellegrino failure that flooded with tears Valencia.

Canizares finished desolate in the final against Bayern.
Canizares finished desolate in the final against Bayern.

2- Valencia-Sevilla: It was a European semifinal and had done the hardest, build a 2-0. With good game, with a step it endlessly encouraging got a 3-0 classifying the Pizzi. The dream had come true and Benfica expected in Turin. But nevertheless, half minute to five extension fulfilled happened mazazo. M'Bia scored a goal that left out the ché.

3- Barcelona-Valencia: as valencianistas not remember what happened one 17 June year 2001, only 25 days after what happened against Bayern. Valencia had played in the Nou Camp qualifying for the next Champions League against Barcelona. Everything was controlled with a tie 2. All until the last minute, damn that last minute, Rivaldo a Chilean from outside the area that went into the top corner of Canizares was invented. Again tragedy and tears.

Chilean depriving the Valencia in a Champions.
Chilean depriving the Valencia in a Champions.

4- Karlsruhe- Valencia: a 2 November 1993 Valencia would suffer one of the most humiliating defeats in their history. Germany, Karlsruhe and a certain Edgar Schmitt never forget. Was a 7-0 overwhelming, clear and hard that eliminated the ché UEFA and marked a turning negative for the rest of the course.

5- Barcelona-Valencia: the season 1985-86 was a hell and that game was the culmination of the thorny path. Was a 3-0 who commanded the team to second. The worst of the worst especially when Betis and Cadiz signed a suspect tie.

Of course, there were more games lousy memory. Cup final against Depor, eliminations against Inter or Chelsea, What it was for you the hardest defeat of Valencia?

Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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