Segunda playoffs: Zaragoza shock Girona | Football Espana
Real Zaragoza staged the mother of all comebacks by overturning a 3-0 deficit against Girona on Sunday to reach the Segunda playoff final. The Aragon side looked dead and buried from the first leg of their semi-final tie, but they will now vie with Las Palmas for a place in La Liga next season courtesy of 4-1 away-goal triumph at Montilivi.
Las Palmas pip Valladolid in play-off thriller - Eurosport British
The Canary Islands outfit drew the first leg 1-1 and held out for a stalemate on Sunday, albeit in controversial circumstances. Las Palmas had the best of the chances, with the likes of Jonathan Viera and top goalscorer Sergio Araujo – formerly of Barcelona – forcing Javi Varas into action.
Cristiano Ronaldo stat pack: Real Madrid star shines as Portugal beat Armenia - Goal.com
Playing as Portugal's central striker, the onus was on skipper Cristiano Ronaldo to maintain his side's charge to Euro 2016 qualification - and he did not disappoint. Rafael Benitez is expected to deploy the Real Madrid superstar in a more advanced No. 9 role next season and, if his display against Armenia on Saturday is anything to go by, such a tweak in tactics is to going to pay immediate dividends.
Rafael Van der Vaart arrives in Sevilla ahead of Real Betis move - Inside Spanish Football
The Dutch international striker finally arrived at the San Pablo Airport in Sevilla at 22:30 on Sunday evening where he donned a Real Betis scarf ahead of his reported move to Pepe Mel’s club, where he will sign a three-year deal and become the face of the club. The two sides have been negotiating for weeks with an agreement to sign the 32-year-old on a two-year deal with an optional third year finally reached last week.