Zaragoza: Roberto; Lanzaro, Da Silva, Paredes,
Obradovic (Edu Oriol 90'); Zuculini (Abraham 84'), Pinter; Rubén Micael,
Luis García, Lafita (Aranda 72'); Hélder Postiga. 4-2-3-1.
Getafe: Moyà; Valera, Cata Díaz, Rafa, Masilela; Michel, Casquero (Pedro León 70'); Pedro Ríos (Diego Castro 59'), Miku, Abdel Barrada; Güiza (Juan Rodríguez 88'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 38. Lanzaro. Got up to head Luis García corner in to near top corner of net.
1-1. 78. Paredes (own goal). Turned Pedro León corner past keeper trying to clear.
Yellow cards: Masilela 24', Paredes 34', Luis García 57', Rubén Micael 75', Pedro León 79'.
Zaragoza stay in bottom spot after they could only draw 1-1 against Getafe on Saturday evening. There were serious protests by fans against club president Agapito Iglesias before and during the match, but seconds after local keeper made a first class save from a Güiza header, Lanzaro got above the visiting defence to head a Luis García corner back in to the net. Roberto was called upon again to keep out Casquero and Abdel either side of half time, but with twelve minutes to go he was eventually beaten when Rafa headed Pedro León's corner towards goal, and Paredes could only turn it in to his own net under pressure from Güiza. Another disappointing result for new coach Manuel Jiménez, and Zaragoza are now six points away from safety pending Sunday's games.