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Spanish Primera BBVA

Balaidos (ATT 15,300) 28th April 2014 - Kick off 21:00 Ref: Jose Antonio Teixeira Vitienes

Celta Vigo Celta Vigo vs Real Valladolid Valladolid

Celta Vigo 4

Nolito (38, 46)
Charles (39)
S Mitrovic (og 50)


Valladolid 1

Manucho (75)

Celta hammer Valladolid

Last Updated: 29/04/14 9:52am

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Nolito was among the goals

Nolito was among the goals

Real Valladolid's Primera Division relegation fears deepened on Monday night as they were comprehensively beaten 4-1 by Celta Vigo.

Nolito scored twice for Celta, with Charles also finding the net, before a Stefan Mitrovic own goal gave the home side a 4-0 lead after 50 minutes.

Manucho grabbed a goal back for Valladolid, but they remain three points adrift of safety, although they do have a game in hand on their relegation rivals.

Charles almost gave Celta the lead after just seven minutes as he struck a shot against a post from 20 yards and Nolito missed with a header shortly afterwards.

It was an open affair and Oscar responded for Valladolid with a shot over the bar, but Fabian Orellana then brought a smart save from visiting goalkeeper Jaime.

Nolito had another chance on the half hour as he headed over the bar, but eight minutes later he put the home side in front.

Orellana found him with a pass from the right and the forward was on hand to fire home from six yards.

Just a minute later it was 2-0 and Orellana was again the creator, this time finding Charles on the edge of the box and the Brazilian drilled a low shot beyond Jaime.

Valladolid were stunned going into the break and they found themselves three down just a minute into the second half.

Levy Madinda was the provider this time as he found Nolito from the left and he curled home his second from six yards.

Things were quickly going from bad to worse for the visitors and they must have known their luck was out when it became 4-0 after 50 minutes.

Madinda was again probing down the left and when his cross went into the area this time it was the unfortunate Mitrovic who turned the ball into his own goal.

Nolito was on the hunt for his hat-trick and brought two further saves from Jaime, but it was the visitors who scored next when Oscar crossed for Manucho to head home in the 75th minute.

It served as nothing but a consolation, however, as Celta moved to the brink of mathematically securing their La Liga safety.

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Spanish Primera BBVA

Spanish Primera BBVA
Pos Team P Pts
1 Barcelona 37 93
2 Real Madrid 37 89
3 Atletico Madrid 37 77
4 Valencia 37 74
5 Sevilla 37 73
6 Villarreal 37 60
7 Athletic Bilbao 37 52
8 Malaga 37 50
9 Espanyol 37 49
10 Rayo Vallecano 37 49
11 Celta Vigo 37 48
12 Real Sociedad 37 43
13 Elche 37 40
14 Getafe 37 37
15 Levante 37 36
16 Granada 37 34
17 Deportivo La Coruna 37 34
18 Eibar 37 32
19 Almeria 37 32
20 Cordoba 37 20