The Catalans headed to the Basque Country with a 1-0 deficit, following their first leg defeat on June 2, but they hit the ground running from the start in Gipuzkoa.
Borja Garcia’s brilliant strike inside the first 90 seconds levelled the tie on aggregate and set the stage for battle at the Estadio Ipurua.
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However, despite the contest ticking on into extra time, Cristhian Stuani came off the bench to head home a second for the visitors, and completely turn the tide against Eibar.
A header that could mean so much to @GironaFC fans…
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Tenerife sealed their final place, with a 3-1 aggregate win over Canarian neighbours Las Palmas after Enric Gallego netted a second leg brace in Gran Canaria.
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