Málaga CF gained another point towards their quest for Europa League qualification next season, following the draw against Sevilla FC in tonight’s Andalucían derby. Manuel Pellegrini’s men return to La Rosaleda in a fortnight’s time to host Deportivo de la Coruña.
Málaga Club de Fútbol was defeated 6-2 by Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu tonight, in the 36th BBVA League match of the season. The home side was in front by 4-2 after 45 minutes, and increased their lead in the second half. Following Sergio Sánchez and Demichelis being sent off, and the ‘Malaguistas’ left with just nine men, they played well despite the final result.
Málaga Club de Fútbol lost by 1-0 to Granada Club de Fútbol at Los Cármenes, in the 34th BBVA League match of the season. The only goal of the match came in minute 27 from Ighalo. Despite a strong determination to equalise, the Blue and Whites didn’t manage to score.
Málaga CF achieved a well-deserved win against Getafe CF this afternoon, to keep their European hopes alive for next season, both in the Champions and Europa League. Goals from Santa Cruz and Weligton were worth their weight in gold.
Málaga Club de Fútbol lost by 5-1 to Valencia Club de Fútbol in the 32nd BBVA League match at the Mestalla Stadium. Valencia CF were in the lead by 4-1 after the first half, scoring all four goals within six minutes, Baptista scored the Blue and Whites only goal of the match just before half-time. Ever scored Valencia’s fifth goal in the second half.
Despite being the superior side and controlling the majority of the match, Málaga CF had to wait until injury time to secure three crucial points against Club Atlético Osasuna, thanks to a Julio Baptista goal.
Málaga CF was eliminated from the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals in the most difficult way tonight. Leading by 1-2 after 90 minutes, Manuel Pellegrini’s men saw the match turn around before their eyes in extra time, ending in a 3-2 defeat for the Blue and Whites.
Málaga Club de Fútbol was defeated 4-2 by Real Sociedad in the 30th BBVA League match of the season this afternoon. The first three Real goals came within the first 30 minutes of play, by Vela, De la Bella and Griezmann. Pedro Morales scored Málaga’s first goal of the match just before half-time, however Iñigo scored Real’s fourth goal five minutes into the second half. Málaga CF managed a second goal with an impressive Santa Cruz header; the match ending with a 4-2 victory for the locals. Although the Blue and Whites (wearing the black away kit for this match) did step up the attack, no further goals were deserved for the remainder of the game.