Osasuna: Roberto; Javier Flaño (Dady 58'),
Miguel Flaño, Cruchaga (Antonio Hidalgo 71'), Monreal; Nekounam,
Puñal; Juanfran, Masoud (Delporte 58'), Plasil; Pandiani. 4-2-3-1.
Sporting: Lafuente; Sastre, Iván Hernández, Neru, José Angel; Michel, Matabuena; Luis Morán (Camacho 68'), Carmelo (Bilic 83'), Diego Castro (Kike Mateo 77'); Barral. 4-2-3-1.
Team changes: Osasuna: Javier Flaño for Azplicueta / Sporting: Sastre, Iván Hernández, Neru, Matabuena, Luis Morán, Carmelo, Barral for Raúl Cámara, Gerard, Jorge, Andreu, Kike Mateo, Camacho, Bilic.
0-1. 07. Barral. Struck spectacular volley past Roberto from Carmelo's cross.
0-2. 18. Diego Castro. Cut in from left wing and beat keeper with angled shot.
1-2. 28. Nekounam (penalty). After free kick hit Barral on hand in area.
Yellow cards: Carmelo 17', Barral 29', sastre 30', Matabuena 31', Puñal 45', Iván Hernández 58', Monreal 67'.
Osasuna ended the weekend back in the relegation spots, three points away from safety after losing 1-2 to Sporting Gijón. The defeat ended a run of six games without a loss for the Pamplona based team.
A victory would have taken Camacho's team above their opponents in the table, but two spectacular goals from Barral and Diego Castro gave the Asturians a two goal lead with less than twenty minutes gone.
Nekounam reduced the gap from the penalty spot a few minutes later after Barral blocked a free kick with his arm whilst standing in the defensive wall. But Barral had a goal disallowed for a previous foul after the restart, and Roberto had to make a couple of good saves to prevent a bigger scoreline.
The win ends Sporting's negative run of four defeats in a row, and they are heading for the record books after reaching this stage of the competition without a single draw.