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1999–2000 Valencia CF season

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Manager  Héctor Cúper
Champions League  Runners-up
Top goalscorer  Gaizka Mendieta (13)
La Liga  3rd
Copa del Rey  Second round

During the 1999–2000 Spanish football season, Valencia competed in La Liga.

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Season summary

Valencia CF emerged as a world football heavyweight after reaching the Champions League final. New coach Héctor Cúper focused heavily on making the defence invincible, although, despite the general perception of a much more defensive Valencia, they actually conceded the same amount of league goals as they had under previous coach Claudio Ranieri. Among the key players were playmaker Gaizka Mendieta (voted as the best midfielder in the Champions League), fellow midfielder Gerard, goalkeeper Santiago Cañizares, winger Javier Farinós and striker Claudio López, who was sold to Lazio at the end of the season. Lazio had been Valencia's opponents in the quarter-final of the Champions League, which resulted in a 5-2 victory for Valencia against the eventual Italian champions. Gerard was also sold, to the team that had nurtured him, Barcelona, for £15 million. Barcelona had been Valencia's opponents in the semi-finals, and had been crushed 4-1 away. A 2-1 defeat at the Camp Nou still saw Valencia progress to the final at Stade de France, where they came up against Real Madrid in the first ever all-Spanish final of the competition. Valencia's dreams were shattered by a clear 3-0 defeat.

Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Left club during season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

La Liga

  • Valencia-Racing Santander 1-2
  • 0-1 Miroslav Đukić  22' (o.g.)
  • 0-2 Salva  65'
  • 1-2 Gaizka Mendieta  75'
  • Espanyol-Valencia 3-2
  • 1-0 Benítez  10'
  • 2-0 Enrique de Lucas  13'
  • 2-1 Gaizka Mendieta  46' (pen.)
  • 3-1 Martín Posse  52'
  • 3-2 Juan Sánchez  90'
  • Valencia-Alavés 0-2
  • 0-1 Magno  84'
  • 0-2 Martín Astudillo  90'
  • Betis-Valencia 1-0
  • 1-0 Oli  26'
  • Valencia-Valladolid 0-0
  • Real Madrid-Valencia 2-3
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  11' (pen.)
  • 0-2 Gerard  23'
  • 0-3 Claudio López  39'
  • 1-3 Fernando Morientes  46'
  • 2-3 Fernando Morientes  65'
  • Valencia-Numancia 4-0
  • 1-0 Adrian Ilie  30'
  • 2-0 Adrian Ilie  51'
  • 3-0 Javier Farinós  68'
  • 4-0 Javier Farinós  89'
  • Athletic Bilbao-Valencia 1-0
  • 1-0 Ismael Urzaiz  9'
  • Valencia-Deportivo 2-0
  • 1-0 Kily González  27'
  • 2-0 Gerard  86'
  • Málaga-Valencia 1-1
  • 1-0 Edgar  27'
  • 1-1 Claudio López  67'
  • Mallorca-Valencia 1-1
  • 1-0 Diego Tristán  50'
  • Valencia-Barcelona 3-1
  • 1-0 Claudio López  32'
  • 2-0 Adrian Ilie  36'
  • 2-1 Boudewijn Zenden  45'
  • 3-1 Gerard  90'
  • Real Oviedo-Valencia 0-0
  • Valencia-Sevilla 2-0
  • 1-0 Juan Sánchez  6'
  • 2-0 Claudio López  70'
  • Atlético Madrid-Valencia 1-2
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  16'
  • 1-1 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  28'
  • 1-2 Juan Sánchez  54'
  • Valencia-Rayo Vallecano 3-1
  • 1-0 Juan Sánchez  12'
  • 1-1 Luis Cembranos  70'
  • 2-1 Juan Sánchez  75'
  • 3-1 Gaizka Mendieta  90'
  • Real Sociedad-Valencia 0-0
  • Valencia-Celta Vigo 1-1
  • 1-0 Gerard  6'
  • 1-1 Velasco  49'
  • Real Zaragoza-Valencia 4-2
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  24' (pen.)
  • 1-1 Juanele  26'
  • 2-1 Savo Milošević  32'
  • 3-1 Vladislav Radimov  58'
  • 3-2 Gaizka Mendieta  66'
  • 4-2 Juanele  68'
  • Racing Santander-Valencia 1-1
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  34' (pen.)
  • 1-1 Salva  90' (pen.)
  • Valencia-Espanyol 1-2
  • 0-1 Benítez  15'
  • 1-1 Kily González  29'
  • 1-2 Arteaga  52'
  • Alavés-Valencia 0-1
  • 0-1 Javier Farinós  70' (pen.)
  • Valencia-Betis 3-1
  • 1-0 Adrian Ilie  2'
  • 1-1 Iulian Filipescu  60'
  • 2-1 Gaizka Mendieta  82' (pen.)
  • 3-1 Javier Farinós  83'
  • Valladolid-Valencia 0-0
  • Valencia-Real Madrid 1-1
  • 1-0 Adrian Ilie  35'
  • 1-1 Guti  59'
  • Numancia-Valencia 1-2
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  4'
  • 0-2 Claudio López  60'
  • 1-2 Miguel Ángel Soria  77'
  • Valencia-Athletic Bilbao 2-0
  • 1-0 Óscar  83'
  • 2-0 Claudio López  86'
  • Deportivo-Valencia 2-0
  • 1-0 Fran  24'
  • 2-0 Flávio Conceição  50'
  • Valencia-Málaga 2-2
  • 1-0 Angulo  51'
  • 1-1 Catanha  62'
  • 2-1 Angulo  67'
  • 2-2 Catanha  90' (pen.)
  • Valencia-Mallorca 1-0
  • 1-0 Jocelyn Angloma  49'
  • Barcelona-Valencia 3-0
  • 1-0 Winston Bogarde  63'
  • 2-0 Patrick Kluivert  68'
  • 3-0 Patrick Kluivert  90'
  • Valencia-Real Oviedo 6-2
  • 1-0 Claudio López  18'
  • 2-0 Frédéric Danjou  30' (o.g.)
  • 3-0 Claudio López  50'
  • 4-0 Angulo  58'
  • 5-0 Javier Farinós  61' (pen.)
  • 5-1 Viktor Onopko  65'
  • 6-1 Óscar  83'
  • 6-2 Roberto Pompei  85'
  • Sevilla-Valencia 1-2
  • 0-1 Gaizka Mendieta  70'
  • 1-1 Jesuli  78'
  • 1-2 Marcelo Zalayeta  90' (o.g.)
  • Valencia-Atlético Madrid 2-0
  • 1-0 Claudio López  23'
  • 2-0 Angulo  88'
  • Rayo Vallecano-Valencia 1-3
  • 0-1 Javier Farinós  11'
  • 0-2 Gaizka Mendieta  36'
  • 0-3 Óscar  82'
  • 1-3 Bolo  86'
  • Valencia-Real Sociedad 4-0
  • 1-0 Angulo  18'
  • 2-0 Claudio López  52'
  • 3-0 Amedeo Carboni  79'
  • 4-0 Gaizka Mendieta  89'
  • Celta Vigo-Valencia 0-0
  • Valencia-Real Zaragoza 2-1
  • 0-1 Savo Milošević  5'
  • 1-1 Gary Sundgren  59' (o.g.)
  • 2-1 Claudio López  70'
  • Third qualifying round

  • Valencia 2-0 Hapoel Haifa
  • Hapoel Haifa 0-2 Valencia
  • La Liga

  • Gaizka Mendieta 13
  • Claudio López 11
  • Javier Farinós 6
  • Juan Sánchez 5
  • Angulo 5
  • Adrian Ilie 5
  • Óscar 4
  • Champions League

  • Claudio López 5
  • Gaizka Mendieta 5
  • References

    1999–2000 Valencia CF season Wikipedia


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