There is the fierce battle to end in the top-4 in the Spanish superliga.
Two of the teams that are courting to a top position, which allows access to next season's Champions League, was in action on Friday night.
Valencia played 2-2 at home against Atlético Madrid, and was thereby not changed it is quite large at the position in the Primera Division.
Daniel Wass played the full match for Valencia, but he was not decisive in terms of assist or goals.
With the tie result occupies Atlético Madrid continued the position as the number four - with 40 points after 24 matches.
Valencia missed the opportunity to tail a strong supporter of Atlético Madrid and the other top team and in sixth place 38 points after 24 matches.
Atletico Madrid winger Marcos Llorente brought the away team in front 1-0 after a quarter of an hour.
Five minutes before the break levelled the game Valencia-stopper Gabriel Paulista to 1-1 after a corner kick.
Udeholdets midfielder Thomas Partey hammered a 2-1 lead in the goal two minutes later with a nice shot.
There were no scored more goals in the first half, but Geoffrey Kondogbia got shoveled the ball into the goal after an hour's play to a 2-2 draw.
Despite the offensive substitutions were effective at both teams in the last half hour was not scored, then the fight ended in a draw.
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