Mallorca: Aouate; Mattioni, Rubén, Nunes,
Ayoze; Varela (Josemi 87'), Martí, Borja Valero, Chori Castro;
Aduríz (Víctor 92'), Webó (Mario Suárez 76').
Valencia: César; Alexis, David Navarro, Maduro (Albelda 24'), Jordi Alba; Manuel Fernandes, Banega (Silva 72'); Pablo Hernández, Chori Domínguez (Vicente 58'), Mata; Zigic. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 06. Chori Castro. Cut in from left and struck shot which César couldn't stop.
2-0. 21. Webó. Dived low to steer angled header past César from Castro cross.
2-1. 47. Jordi Alba. Ran on to Zigic's square cross to fire shot wide of Aouate.
3-1. 63. Fernandes (own goal). Slid ball in to own net trying to clear Castro cross.
3-2. 85. Pablo Hernández. Controlled long Jordi Alba pass and shot under keeper.
Yellow cards: Maduro 23', Pablo Hernández 48', Varela 51', Alexis 66', Ayoze 89', Borja Valero 94' / red cards: Manuel Fernandes 87'.
Mallorca are on track for a place in Europe after a 3-2 victory over third placed Valencia on Sunday night. Manzano's side went two up early on, Chori Castro beating César with a long shot and then setting up Webó for him to steer a low header past the keeper. Jordi Alba pulled one back a couple of minutes after the restart after Zigic set him up, but Mallorca restored the two goal lead when Manuel Fernandes turned Castro's cross in to his own net under pressure from Aduríz. Pablo Hernández scored a second for the visitors, but the Chés' challenge ended when the unfortunate Fernandes got himself sent off near the end for a foul on Aduríz. The win keeps the islanders in fifth spot, level on points with fourth placed Sevilla.