Valencia's Spanish coach Marcelino Garcia Toral gestures during the Spanish league football match RCD Espanyol vs Valencia CF at the RCDE Stadium in Cornella de Llobregat on November 19, 2017. (AFP / LLUIS GENE)
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Valencia coach Marcelino was sent off from the dugout for dissent before watching his side earn a barely deserved 2-0 win at Espanyol to stay in touch with Barcelona ahead of next week's showdown against the Liga leaders.Mina then pounced on a defensive clanger from Espanyol's Victor Sanchez in the 82nd minute to seal a club record eighth league win in a row for Valencia, who have emerged as unlikely candidates to jostle Barcelona for the Liga title.Barca lead the standings on 34 points from 12 games, Valencia are second in 30, while Real are third and Atletico fourth, both on 24 .
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