Zaragoza: Leo Franco; Diogo, Jarosik, Contini,
Obradovic; Gabi, Edmilson (Kevin Lacruz 73'); Jorge López
(Sinama-Pongolle 34'), Ander Herrera, Bertolo (Lafita 57'); Marco Pérez.
Málaga: Galatto; Jesús Gámez, Stadsgaard, Weligton, Mtiglia; Quincy, Juanito, Fernando, Eliseu (Albert Luque 81'); Edinho (Rondón 60'), Juanmi (Edu Ramos 77'). 4-4-2.
0-1. 01. Fernando. Slid shot back in to net after Juanmi lobbed ball up from left.
0-2. 07. Juanmi. Got on the end of Eliseu cross to steer shot past Leo Franco.
0-3. 27. Fernando. Got ahead of Leo Franco to head Eliseu free kick in to net.
0-4. 29. Juanmi. Turned shot past keeper after good run by Quincy down right.
0-5. 35. Quincy. Ran through from midfield and guided shot wide of Leo Franco.
1-5. 50. Edmilson. Latched on to Ander's pass and drove low shot past Galatto.
2-5. 68. Marco Pérez. Ran on to Ander's pass and rolled shot in off far post.
3-5. 80. Ander Herrera. Connected with Lafita cross to fire shot wide of keeper.
Yellow cards: Stadsgaard 05', Diogo 50', Contini 66', Gámez 83'.
Surely the strangest result this Sunday was Málaga's 3-5 victory at Zaragoza. The Andalusians scored all five of their goals in the first 35 minutes of the match, 17 year old Juanmi setting up Fernando for the opener in the first minute, and then scoring the second himself six minutes later from eliseu's cross. Fernando headed the third after keeper Leo Franco misread an Eliseu free kick, and Juanmi scored his second of the evening as well after a long run by Quincy Owusu-Abeyie. Quincy tore through the defence again to make it five, and the locals finally got one back when Edmilson fired a low shot past Galatto shortly before the break. That didn't save the home team from a monumental roasting from their fans at half time, but after the restart they recovered enough to score two more, Marco Pérez proving that he can score as well as miss sitters, and Ander Herrera (who had a hand in all his side's goals) saving a bit more face with ten minutes to go.