Sporting: Cuéllar; Lora, Botía,
Iván Hernández, Canella; Rivera, Nacho Cases; Miguel De las
Cuevas (José Angel 82'), André Castro (Bilic 87'), Diego Castro
(Luis Morán 72'); Barral. 4-2-3-1.
Getafe: Codina; Víctor Sánchez, Miguel Torres, Rafa, Marcano; Manu del Moral, Boateng, Dani Parejo (Casquero 46'), Gavilán (Arizmendi 42'); Miku (Pedro Ríos 61'), Adrián Colunga. 4-4-2.
1-0. 32. De las Cuevas. Picked up Canella cross and drilled low shot past Codina.
2-0. 40. André Castro. Shot from outside of area which took deflection off defender.
Yellow cards: André Castro 34', Boateng 35', Miku 45', Iván Hernández 67', Arizmendi 69', Lora 75', 85', Miguel Torres 89' / red cards: Lora 85'.
Sporting Gijón moved out of the relegation spots after a 2-0 win over Getafe on Sunday. The Asturians had the better of the opening minutes, with Nacho Cases rattling the woodwork with a long shot and Rafa cutting out a dangerous attack by Canella. And with just over half an hour gone De las Cuevas picked up a cross from Canella and dummied past his marker to fire a low shot in to the far corner of the net. The pressure continued though, and eight minutes later André Castro added a second with a long shot which appeared to take a deflection off a defender. Barral could have increased the lead further had he been able to find the target a couple of times either side of half time, and the visitors didn't get near Cuéllar's goal until Colunga put a good chance wide after the restart. With a few minutes to go Codina got his fingertips to a Barral header to deflect it on to the bar, and the attacks carried on until Lora was sent off near the end for a second bookable offence.