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La Liga News: 30 May 2016; Dani Carvajal Injures Thigh, Alaves Secure Promotion to Primera

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La Liga news: Alaves promoted from Segunda Division -
Manu Garcia and Raul Garcia scored the goals as Alaves beat Numancia 2-0 to secure promotion from Spain's Segunda Division. The Basque club will play La Liga football for the first time in 10 years next season.

Report: Carvajal to miss Euro 2016 | Football Espana
A report says Dani Carvajal needs three weeks to recover from the thigh injury suffered in the Champions League Final, putting the defender out of Euro 2016. AS reports the diagnosis on the Real Madrid right-back, who was forced off part-way through Los Blancos’ penalty shootout win over Atletico Madrid, Danilo coming on in his place.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Goal readers name Ronaldo the Champions League's best player -
Goal readers have voted Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player of the Champions League season by an overwhelming margin. The Real Madrid star was victorious again on Saturday, scoring the winning penalty in the shooutout as they defeated bitter rivals Atletico Madrid in a repeat of the 2014 final.

WATCH: Florentino Perez taunts Barcelona fan after Real Madrid's Champions League victory -
Florentino Perez has taunted a Barcelona fan after Real Madrid secure their 11th Champions League title on Saturday evening. Zinedine Zidane’s men required a penalty shootout to get the better of Atletico Madrid in Milan, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring the winning spot-kick.

Zinedine Zidane next challenge at Real Madrid - ESPN FC
Exhausted from giving his all, the victorious Gareth Bale could barely describe what he was thinking. "It's an amazing feeling," the Real Madrid forward said in the early hours of Sunday morning, after his side defeated Atletico Madrid in Saturday's Champions League final.

Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone will remain at club - Tiago - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid midfielder Tiago has said he has "no doubt" that Diego Simeone will remain with the club. Simeone, who has led Atletico to two Champions League finals in three years, opened the door for a potential exit from the Vicente Calderon in the aftermath of defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.

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