Osasuna: Ricardo; Nelson, Miguel Flaño,
Lolo, Monreal; Puñal, Nekounam; Alvaro Cejudo (Vadócz 76'),
Soriano, Camuñas (Calleja 90'); Kike Sola (Damià 85'). 4-2-3-1.
Racing: Toño; Pinillos, Henrique, Torrejón, Christian; Lacen (Diop 70'), Colsa; Kennedy (Francis 46'), Ariel (Giovani 46'); Munitis; Rosenberg. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 20. Kike Sola. Latched on to Camuñas cross and turned shot past Toño.
2-0. 24. Nekounam (penalty). After Christian pushed over Kike Sola inside area.
3-0. 50. Soriano. Tap-in from close to goal after Kike Sola stabbed ball across.
3-1. 53. Rosenberg. Picked up ball outside area and struck low shot past Ricardo.
Yellow cards: Puñal 35', Munitis 39', Henrique 44', Rosenberg 62', Soriano 66', 75', Nekounam 89' / red cards: Soriano 75'.
Osasuna moved six points clear of the drop zone after a 3-1 win over Racing Santander, who themselves are now two points behind their opponents in the table. With the first choice strikers injured, Kike Sola was given a rare start up front. And in the end he was the star of the match, scoring the first after a Camuñas cross was played back to him, and having a hand in the other two goals. The second goal came from the penalty spot, Nekounam converting the kick after Christian pushed over Sola in the area. And five minutes after the restart Sola and Camuñas combined to set up Soriano for the third. Rosenberg pulled one back soon afterwards, and Soriano was sent off for a second bookable offence a few minutes later, but the locals had done enough for a first win against their rivals in Pamplona in six years.