Granada: Roberto; Nyom, Iñigo
López, Mainz, Siqueira (Rubén 71'); Abel Gómez, Mikel
Rico; Orellana, Collantes (Carlos Calvo 67'), Dani Benítez; Ighalo
(Oscar Pérez 102'). 4-2-3-1.
Celta: Yoel; Hugo Mallo, Jonathan Vila, Sergio Ortega (Alex López 46'), Túñez, Roberto Lago; Dani Abalo (De Lucas 57'), López Garai (Trashorras 57'), Cristian Bustos, Michu; Iago Aspas. 5-4-1.
1-0. 21. Orellana. Got ahead of defence to head Siqueira cross past Yoel.
Granada are through to the play-off final after beating Celta in a thrilling penalty shoot out. The Andalusians were trailing by a single goal from the first leg, but within twenty minutes they levelled the tie, Orellana hitting the bar before heading in Siqueira's cross. Dani Abalo got the ball in the other net on the stroke of half time only to see his strike ruled out by referee Lesma López for what he considered to be a previous foul, but visiting keeper Yoel had to make a number of good saves before the locals were awarded a penalty for a foul by Català on Ighalo. Dani Benítez fired his spot kick against the post though, and after Orellana hit the woodwork again, the game went in to extra time.
Once again Granada were awarded a penalty, this time for a dubious hand ball by Roberto Lago, but this time Yoel saved Benítez's kick. Lago was sent off minutes later after picking up a second booking, but Celta fought back, and this time it was the turn of Trashorras to rattle the woodwork twice. In to the penalty shoot out, and when Carlos Calvo put his kick over the top Celta had the advantage. Iago Aspas (who had given keeper Roberto a black eye in the first leg) converted his kick but was then red-carded for inciting the crowd, and Michu missed the fifth penalty which would have taken the Galicians through. Up stepped Roberto to score from his team's sixth spot kick, and then save from Català. Granada were through, but have they anything left for the final?