Granada 1 – 2 Espanyol
Sporting Gijon 2 – 2 Real Betis
Deportivo La Coruna 3 – 0 Las Palmas
Leganes 1 – 1 Alaves
Sevilla 5 – 0 Osasuna
- Sevilla 5 – 0 Osasuna
The 57-year-old Argentinian revealed this week that his country are looking to make him their new international coach and if this was his final game at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, he bowed out in style.
Vitolo and Franco Vazquez each scored a brace while ex-Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic was also on target for aSevillaside that were guaranteed a fourth-placed finish regardless of the result, and went beyond Sampaoli’s target of 70 points with the win.
For Osasuna, who were relegated with four games still to go, they ended the season having conceded a staggering 94 times across the 38 games.
- Sporting Gijon 2 – 2 Real Betis
Ruben Castro finished the season with 13 goals after netting a brace in Real Betis’ 2-2 draw with Sporting Gijon.
The home side led when Douglas scored in the seventh minute but Castro capitalised on goalkeeper Ivan Cuellar’s mis-kick to level before beating the stopper again with a well-placed finish in the second half.
Betis were denied the three points, though, as Carlos Carmona held off Riza Durmisi at the back post to equalise with 11 minutes remaining.
- Deportivo La Coruna 3 – 0 Las Palmas
Florin Andone scored twice for Deportivo La Coruna in a 3-0 win over Las Palmas, who lost a fifth straight game.
The Romanian followed up a close-range finish with a fine solo goal where he ran from halfway to make it 2-0, with Aston Villa loanee Carles Gil adding another with his first goal for the club.
Las Palmas’ misery was completed when Hernan was dismissed for a pair of bookings.
- Leganes 1 – 1 Alaves
David Timor’s late wonder goal for Leganes stopped Alaves moving up to eighth as that contest finished 1-1.
The visitors took a second-half lead through Nenad Krsticic but Timor let fly from 35 yards late on to earn Leganes a share of the spoils.
- Granada 1 – 2 Espanyol
On Friday, Granada slumped to a seventh straight defeat under manager Tony Adams, losing 2-1 at home to Espanyol in their final match of the season.
Leo Baptistao’s early strike and Ruben Vezo’s own goal saw Granada fall 2-0 behind inside the first 10 minutes.
On-loan Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira replied for the home side before the break, but Adams’ seven-game spell in charge ended pointless.
Former Arsenal and England skipper Adams was appointed head coach until the end of the season on April 10 following the sacking of Lucas Alcaraz, but Granada, already relegated, finished bottom of the table.