Osasuna: Ricardo; Nelson, Miguel Flaño,
Sergio, Monreal; Cejudo (Soriano 67'), Puñal, Nekounam, Camuñas
(Lekic 86'); Pandiani (Coro 76'), Kike Sola. 4-4-2.
Athletic: Iraizoz; Iraola, Ekiza, Amorebieta, Castillo; Gurpegui (David López 05'), Orbaiz (Susaeta 55'), Iturraspe; Toquero (San José 60'), Llorente, Muniain. 4-3-3.
1-0. 51. Kike Sola. Shot on turn after Sergio headed across Puñal free kick.
1-1. 69. Llorente. Got free of marker to head David López cross over keeper.
1-2. 90. Muniain. Shot in to empty net after Ricardo stopped ball outside area.
Yellow cards: Sergio 09', 86', Castillo 28', 56', Pandiani 39', Ekiza 49', Puñal 61', Iturraspe 73', Soriano 79', Llorente 84', Iraizoz 92' / red cards: Castillo 56', Sergio 86'.
Sunday's game between Osasuna and Athletic Bilbao ended with a last minute 1-2 victory for the visitors, a result which takes them back up to fifth in the table. It was a typical no-holds-barred Basque derby, and the only chances in the first half were efforts from Pandiani, Llorente and Muniain which didn't really trouble either keeper. Six minutes after the restart though the locals took the lead, Kike Sola beating Iraizoz with a shot on the turn after Sergio headed back a Puñal cross. Things appeared to be going Osasuna's way when Castillo was sent off for a second bookable offence, but Llorente headed in a David López cross to equalise, and soon afterwards numbers were evened up when Sergio was also red carded after picking up a second booking. Still a draw was on the cards until the last minute, when Ricardo came out of his area and bumped in to his own player, leaving the ball free for Muniain to turn it in to the empty net. A costly defeat, which leaves Mendilibar´s team just two points above the drop zone.