Valencia: Neto; Piccini (Carlos Soler 56’), Gabriel Paulista, Garay, Gayà; Daniel Wass, Dani Parejo. Coquelin, Guedes (Ferrán 71’); Gameiro, Rodrigo (Santi Mina 71’). 4-4-2.
Arsenal: Cech; Sokratis, Koscielny (Mustafi 71’), Monreal; Maitland-Niles, Xhaka, Torreira (Guendouzi 80’), Kolasinac; Özil (Mkhitarian 63’); Aubameyang, Lacazette. 3-4-1-2.
1-0. 11. Gameiro. Turned ball in on far post after Rodrigo crossed from left.
1-1. 17. Aubameyang. Latched on to Lacazette headed pass to shoot past Neto.
1-2. 50. Lacazette. Picked up Torreira square pass and struck shot past keeper.
2-2. 58. Gameiro. Scrambled ball into net after Rodrigo shot hit him near goal.
2-3. 69. Aubameyang. Connected with Maitland-Niles cross to fire shot into net.
2-4. 88. Aubameyang. Collected Mkhitarian pass and fired angled shot past Neto.
Yellow cards: Garay 38’, Gayà 43’, Özil 63’, Gabriel Paulista 92’, Lacazette 92’.
Spain’s last chance of having a side in a European final ended when Valencia were beaten 2-4 by Arsenal on Thursday evening. The Ches started well, and Gameiro gave them hope of overturning the 3-1 first leg defeat when he opened the scoring in the tenth minute. However Aubameyang equalised for Unai Emery's team a few minutes later, and some five minutes in to the second half Lacazette put the game beyond their reach with a second away goal. Gameiro got his second of the night after that, but Aubameyang scored two more to complete his hat-trick and take the Premier League team through to a meeting with their neighbours Chelsea in the final.