Valencia v Rapid Wien, 18 February 2016

Score6-0 to Valencia
RefereeMiroslav Zelinka
CompetitionUEFA Europa League Round of 32 1st leg
VenueEstadio Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance28,831
Kick-off: 9.05pm local

6 Valencia

Manager: Gary Neville

0 Rapid Wien

Manager: Zoran Barisic

Goals:

Santi Mina 4 G
Daniel Parejo 10 G
Santi Mina 25 G
Álvaro Negredo 29 G
André Gomes 35 G
Rodrigo 89 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan
Defender João Cancelo
Defender José Gayà
Defender Aderlan Santos
Defender Ruben Vezo
Midfielder André Gomes
Midfielder Danilo
Forward Santi Mina
Forward Álvaro Negredo (captain)
Forward Daniel Parejo
Forward Pablo Piatti

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Richard Strebinger
Defender Mario Pavelic
Defender Stefan Stangl
Midfielder Steffen Hofmann (captain)
Midfielder Florain Kainz
Midfielder Thanos Petsos
Midfielder Stefan Schwab
Forward Matej Jelic

Substitutions:

Javier Fuego for Daniel Parejo 59
Rodrigo for André Gomes 68
Antonio Barragán for João Cancelo 76

Substitutions:

Srdjan Grahovac for Steffen Hofmann 45
Thomas Murg for Florain Kainz 46
Deni Alar for Philipp Schobesberger 87

Cards:

João Cancelo 70 Y

Cards:

Stefan Schwab 57 Y
Srdjan Grahovac 65 Y
Thanos Petsos 76 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jaume Domenech
Midfielder Denis Cheryshev
Midfielder Javier Fuego
Midfielder Wilfried Zahibo
Forward Paco Alcácer
Forward Rodrigo

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tobias Knoflach
Midfielder Srdjan Grahovac
Midfielder Thomas Murg
Midfielder Stefan Nutz
Forward Deni Alar
Forward Tomi Correa

Comments:

On manager Gary Neville's 41st birthday, Valencia equalled the record for the biggest win in the UEFA Europa League. Steaua Bucuresti also beat Aab Aalborg 6-0 on 18 September 2014. Valencia became the first team to lead a UEFA Europa League game 5-0 at half-time.