Mallorca: Aouate; Cendrós, Chico, Ramis,
Cáceres; Martí, Tomás Pina; Pereira, Víctor
Casadesús (Martí Crespi 92'), Chori Castro (Nsue 78'); Hemed
(Bigas 85'). 4-2-3-1.
Zaragoza: Roberto; Lanzaro, Da Silva, Paredes, Abraham; Dujmovic (Edu Oriol 55'), Zuculini (Juan Carlos 80'); Luis García (Barrera 68'), Apoño, Lafita; Hélder Postiga. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 34. Víctor Casadesús. Header wide of Roberto from Chori Castro corner.
Yellow cards: Abraham 13', Pina 47', Cáceres 57', Luis García 64', Chico 83', Lanzaro 88'.
Zaragoza remain in the bottom three after they were beaten 1-0 by Mallorca on Saturday evening. It was a game of few chances, with Postiga heading wide for the visitors and Chico having a goal ruled out at the other end for a questionable offside. With ten minutes to go to the interval however Víctor Casadesús got above the defence to head a Chori Castro corner inside the near post, and Castro came close to a second when he headed wide early on in the second half. With the game in the final minutes Postiga fired another shot just wide of the post, and Lanzaro had a penalty appeal turned down. A win though for the islanders which ensures their place in the top flight for another season, and the players celebrated as if they had just won the cup. It was a setback for Zaragoza though, and they really need to pick up at least ten points from their last four games if they are to play Mallorca again next year.