First division, day 38
Osasuna secured the last Champions League spot with a 2-1 win over Valencia on Tuesday night. The Pamplona based side had been momentarily overtaken by Sevilla after the UEFA cup champions took the lead against Real Madrid late in the first half of a match which kicked off at the same time, but a headed goal by Milosevic and another strike by David López in the first five minutes after the restart wrapped things up. David Villa did get one back in injury time to move level with Eto'o in the Pichichi chart, but it was too late to change the result and Valencia ended the season below Madrid in third place.
An extraordinary match at the Sánchez Pizjuán stadium, where Sevilla had to settle for a UEFA cup spot despite beating Real Madrid 4-3. With Osasuna having a better head-to-head record, Juande Ramos's side had to win and hope for slip up from their rivals, and things looked grim when Beckham set up Baptista and then scored a second himself for the visitors. But the hosts came back with a spectacular strike from Jesús Navas, two goals from Saviola and a fourth from Luis Fabiano, all in the space of fifteen minutes, to take the lead before the interval. News of the goals in Navarra scuppered their plans though, and Zidane got one back after the break. (16.05.06)