Granada: Roberto; David Cortés,
Iñigo López, Diakhaté, Siqueira; Yebda, Mikel Rico; Jara,
Uche (Dani Benítez 84'), Abel Gómez; Geijo. 4-2-3-1.
Mallorca: Aouate; Zuiverloon, Nunes, Chico, Pablo Marí; Martí, Tissone (Pina 86'); Pereira (Cendrós 90'), Víctor, Álvaro Giménez; Hemed. 4-2-3-1.
2-2. 65. Hemed (penalty). After Hemed himself fouled by Iñigo López inside area.
Yellow cards: Nunes 75', Pablo Marí 76', David Cortés 88'.
The last thirty minutes of the match between Granada and Mallorca were played out behind closed doors this evening. The game was suspended with the home team winning 2-1 after a linesman was hit by an object thrown from the crowd, and the disciplinary committee decided that the remaining time would have to take place, with Granada paying all the costs. It took less than five minutes though for the visitors to equalise, Hemed converting a penalty after he was brought down by Iñigo López inside the area, but referee Clos Gómez ruled out a possible penalty at the other end soon afterwards when Uche was felled by Nunes in a similar incident. The draw keeps Fabri's side a point ahead of their opponents in the league table.
Granada: Roberto; Nyom, Iñigo
López, Diakhaté, Siqueira; Moisés Hurtado (Ighalo 49'),
Mikel Rico; Carlos Martins, Franco Jara, Dani Benítez; Geijo. 4-2-3-1.
Mallorca: Aouate; Cendrós, Chico, Joao Víctor, Bigas; Tomás Pina, Martí; Nsue (Pereira 55'), Alfaro, Chori Castro; Víctor Casadesús. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 23. Víctor. Picked up Alfaro pass and fired shot past Roberto.
1-1. 55. Siqueira. Ran on to Jara pass and beat Aouate from wide angle.
2-1. 59. Martins. Ran through from midfield and fired long shot in to net.
Yellow cards: Dani Benítez 17', Jara 39', Nsue 48', Martins 62'.
The last match of the evening between Granada and Mallorca was suspended a quarter of an hour or so in to the second half after a linesman was hit and cut on the face by an object thrown from the crowd. Víctor Casadesús had given the Balearic Islanders the lead midway through the first half after Alfaro put him through, but Siqueira levelled the scores with an angled shot in off the far post ten minutes after the restart, and soon afterwards Carlos Martins ran through from the halfway line to turn the scoreline around, a goal he dedicated to his young son who needs a bone marrow transplant. A couple of minutes later though referee Clos Gómez called it off, and it remains to be seen what decision will be taken as to whether the game should be resumed at a later date or not.
PS The disciplinary committee decided that the remaining 30 minutes will be played behind closed doors at Granada's Las Cármenes stadium on 7th December.