|First Division - Day 37|
Racing Santander 2 - Osasuna 1
Racing: Dudu Aouate;
Pinillos, Oriol (Pablo Alfaro 63'), Moratón, Ayoze (Jonathan Valle 77');
Matabuena, Vitolo; Felipe Melo, Juanjo (Damià 60'), Oscar Serrano;
Team changes: Racing: Matabuena, Juanjo for Casquero, Damià / Osasuna: Corrales, Webó for Clavero, Romeo.
The fourth Champions League place is by no means clear after Osasuna threw away a one goal lead to lose 2-1 at Racing Santander. A win for Javier Aguirre's side would have ensured them fourth spot whatever Sevilla did in their last two games, and when Milosevic fired them into the lead ten minutes in to the second half they seemed to be on their way.
But the Cantabrians were struggling for survival, with caretaker manager Nando Yosu drafted in to try and save them once again, and although Ricardo stopped a Felipe Melo penalty after Marcelo Sosa brought down Matabuena just seconds after coming on as substitute, Pablo Alfaro steered a header past the keeper from the resulting corner to equalise.
And with the game coming to an end Antoñito scrambled home the winner to keep his side in the top flight and hand another headache to the authorities, who will now have a fight on their hands to convince FIFA to delay the league program by a week.
Both teams finished the game with ten men after Oscar Serrano and Moha were sent off following a scuffle.