Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc
Bertrán, Roversio, Sergio (Miguel Flaño 61'), Raitala; Cejudo,
Puñal, Lolo, Lamah (Calleja 78'); Kike Sola (Raúl García
70'), Nino. 4-4-2.
Sporting: Juan Pablo; Damián Suárez, Botía, Iván Hernández, Canella; Eguren (Ayoze 46'), Sergio Alvarez; Trejo (Barral 68'), André Castro (Rivera 46'), Miguel De las Cuevas; Sangoy. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 28. Nino. Turned ball in on far post after Kike sola crossed in from left wing.
2-0. 30. Cejudo. Connected with Sergio cross to hook first time volley past keeper.
2-1. 75. Barral. Shot from outside of area which curled under Andrés in to net.
Yellow cards: Eguren 18', Sergio Alvarez 34', Flaño 70', Sangoy 77', Calleja 88'.
Osasuna are up to seventh after a 2-1 win over Sporting Gijón on Sunday evening. New signings Lamah and Trejo traded shots early on, and Juan Pablo had to be on his toes to tip over a long shot from Raitala a few minutes later. The locals virtually wrapped things up though with two goals in as many minutes around the half hour mark, Nino turning in Kike Sola's cross and Cejudo hooking in a centre from Sergio. Nino, Lamah and Raúl García all missed chances to increase the lead after the restart, but with a quarter of an hour to go Andrés let a speculative shot from Barral through his hands, and there were some nervous moments before the final whistle.