Real: Claudio Bravo; Estrada, Iñigo
Martínez, Mikel González, De la Bella; Mariga, Illarramendi;
Griezmann (Cadamuro 76'), Aranburu (Zurutuza 80'), Carlos Vela (Sarpong 82');
Granada: Roberto; Nyom, Diakhaté, Mainz, Siqueira; Moisés Hurtado (Abel Gómez 77'), Yebda; Franco Jara (Fran Rico 61'), Carlos Martins, Dani Benítez; Uche (Ighalo 82'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 63. Estrada. Cross-come-shot from right wing which went over Roberto.
Yellow cards: Agirretxe 16', Siqueira 31', Jara 53', Estrada 57', Griezmann 76', Iñigo Martínez 78', Illarramendi 78'.
Real Sociedad are just a point outside of the European spots after they beat Granada 1-0 on Tuesday evening. The Basque side dominated for most of the match, with Roberto having to save from Agirretxe and Iñigo Martínez early on, and Aranburu and Illarramendi going close. Granada's first shot at goal came close to half time, a speculative effort from Dani Benítez, and Diakhaté had to clear from Agirretxe after the interval with the keeper beaten. Diakhaté himself headed just over a few minutes later, but twenty minutes in to the second half Real went ahead when a wide cross from Estrada bent past Roberto in to the net. Sarpong missed a chance to increase the lead later on, but Pamarot could have saved a point for the Andalusians when he failed to hit the target from close up near the end.