Zaragoza: Doblas; Diogo, Lanzaro (Bertolo 46'),
Jarosik, Contini (Boutahar 84'), Obradovic; Gabi, Edmilson, Ponzio (Marco
Pérez 76'), Lafita; Braulio. 5-4-1.
Sevilla: Javi Varas; Dabo, Alexis, Cáceres, Fernando Navarro; Perotti, Zokora, Renato (Negredo 64'), Diego Capel (Alfaro 39'); Kanouté, Luis Fabiano (Konko 74'). 4-4-2.
0-1. 28. Luis Fabiano. Picked up Kanouté pass and beat Doblas from tight angle.
1-1. 53. Bertolo. Header down from Gabi's corner which bounced back up off bar.
1-2. 90. Negredo. Won ball off Jarosik and ran on to beat Doblas with angled shot.
Yellow cards: Contini 12', Alexis 41', Braulio 58', Diogo 61', Kanouté 65', Luis Fabiano 68', Obradovic 69', Javi Varas 91' / red cards: Fernando Navarro 70'.
Sevilla moved up to fifth, level on points with fourth placed Valencia, after a last minute 1-2 win over struggling Zaragoza. The game got off to a slow start, but with just under half an hour on the clock Kanouté slipped the ball through for Luis Fabiano to beat Doblas from a wide angle. Gay brought on Marco Pérez and Bertolo at the break though, and Bertolo in particular changed things, bringing a spectacular save out of Javi Varas before equalising with a header from Gabi's corner. Marco Pérez and Alfaro had penalty appeals turned down, and Negredo headed a good chance over the top before his side were left with ten men after Fernando Navarro was sent off for a foul on Braulio. But with a draw seemingly on the cards a mistake by Jarosik let Negredo through to score a late winner, leaving the home side once again back at the foot of the table.