Tenerife: Aragoneses; Juanlu, Manolo, Pablo
Sicilia, Héctor (Aitor Nuñez 81'); Ricardo, Mikel Alonso; Kome
(Angel 58'), Alfaro, Omar (Ayoze 76'); Nino. 4-2-3-1.
Sporting: Juan Pablo; Lora, Botía, Gregory, Canella; Michel, Rivera; Luis Morán (Maldonado 76'), Miguel De las Cuevas (Carmelo 35'), Diego Castro; Bilic (Barral 50'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 04. Diego Castro. Picked up Miguel pass and cut past Juanlu to score.
1-1. 55. Ricardo. Shot from edge of area which took deflection off defender.
2-1. 66. Nino. Blasted shot in from wide angle after Angel effort saved.
Yellow cards: Juanlu 23', Botía 43, Mikel Alonso 81', Gregory 87', Carmelo 92'.
Sporting Gijón are now four points off the European spots after a 2-1 defeat at Tenerife, although they hold on to seventh place after Athletic Bilbao's loss later in the evening. The Asturians appeared to be on track for an eighth game without defeat when Diego Castro gave them the lead in only the fourth minute.
However Ricardo equalised ten minutes after the restart with a shot which took a deflection off a defender, and Nino drilled home the winner from an impossible angle a few minutes later. And the Canary Islanders could have won by a bigger margin in the end had Angel been able to convert a couple of chances later on.