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The striker made his 25th appearance for Alaves as he featured for 68 minutes in the defeat, which leaves his side four points behind Valencia, who occupy the final Europa League spot.

Wilfried Bony was a second-half replacementy as Al-Arabi's season in the Qatar Stars League ended with a 3-0 home defeat to Al-Duhail.

Bony came off the bench for the second half but couldn't inspire a comeback.

The 30-year-old ended the season as Al-Arabi's top scorer with five goals in seven appearances.

In Scotland, Ryan Blair was in Dunfermline's starting XI as they went down to a disappointing 1-0 home defeat to Falkirk.

Blair has made 12 appearances for the Pars this term since joining them on loan in January.

Meanwhile, Andre Ayew (Fenerbahce), Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace), Jefferson Montero (West Brom), Aaron Lewis (Doncaster Rovers) and Botti Biabi (Macclesfield Town) didn't feature for their loan clubs.

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