Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc
Bertrán, Rubén, Miguel Flaño (Lolo 46'), Raitala (Nekounam
39'); Cejudo, Puñal, Raúl García, Lamah; Nino, Kike Sola
(Lekic 81'). 4-4-2.
Mallorca: Aouate; Zuiverloon, Chico, Ramis, Bigas; Martí, Tomás Pina (Joao Víctor 84'); Nsue, Víctor Casadesús (Alfaro 69'), Chori Castro (Pereira 74'); Hemed. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 34. Hemed (penalty). After Miguel Flaño tripped up Hemed inside the area.
1-1. 45. Raúl García. Steered near post header across Aouate from Cejudo corner.
2-1. 58. Raúl García. Angled header in to far side of net from Cejudo corner.
2-2. 80. Hemed (penalty). After Lamah brought down Alfaro inside penalty box.
Yellow cards: Ramis 04', Pina 04', Flaño 33', Hemed 70', Lamah 78', Aouate 89' / red cards: Nsue 72'.
A 2-2 draw on Saturday evening between Osasuna and managerless Mallorca, who are temporarily being coached by Miguel Angel Nadal (ex Barça and Spain iron man and uncle of Rafa) after Michael Laudrup resigned midweek. Laudrup's teachings stayed on though and his ex side started well, with Pina and Nsue forcing Andrés in to good saves early on. With ten minutes to go to half time Flaño brought down Hemed inside the area, and the Israeli striker tucked away the resulting spot kick. But either side of half time Raúl García got on the end of two corners by Cejudo to head twice past Aouate, and when Nsue was sent off for kicking out in retaliation at Lamah, it seemed the locals had the edge. However a few minutes later Hemed converted a second penalty after Lamah tripped up Alfaro inside the box to complete what in the end was a palindromic scorecard.