Valencia: Diego Alves; Miguel, Rami, Víctor Ruiz (Dani Parejo 46'), Mathieu; Mehmet Topal, Tino Costa; Feghouli (Piatti 56'), Jonas, Pablo Hernández; Soldado (Aduríz 64'). 4-2-3-1. Genk: Koteles; Vanden Borre, Hyland (Limbombe 60'), Nadson, Pudil; Buffel, Camus, Tozser, De Bruyne; Barda (Nwanganga 71'), Vossen (Sarr 46'). 4-4-2.
1-0. 10. Jonas. Ran in to head past Koteles from Tino Costa's cross.
2-0. 13. Soldado. Picked up Jonas pass and rounded Hyland to score.
3-0. 35. Soldado, Ran through to collect Jonas pass and beat keeper.
4-0. 39. Soldado. Got on the end of Pablo cross to turn ball in on far post.
5-0. 67. Pablo Hernández. Curled shot inside far post from left of area.
6-0. 70. Aduríz. Held off marker to force shot past keeper inside near post.
7-0. 81. Tino Costa. Following up after Koteles saved shot from Jonas.
Valencia clocked up their biggest win ever in the Champions League, beating Genk 7-0 to take over second spot in their group table. Jonas opened the scoring with a header from Tino Costa's cross, and after that it was the Soldado show, the striker helping himself to a hat-trick in little over half an hour to wrap the game up. After the break Pablo Hernández added a fifth, and Aduríz and Tino Costa scored two more to complete the rout. The high score gave them the edge over Chelsea in the table, and a score-draw in their last group match in Stamford Bridge in a fortnight's time will see Unai Emery's side through to the knock-out stage, whatever the outcome in the other group game.