Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc
Bertrán, Lolo (Rubén 41'), Miguel Flaño,
Satrústegui; Puñal, Nekounam; Cejudo (Raoul Loe 82'), Raúl
García, Ibrahima; Nino (Lamah 76'). 4-2-3-1.
Real: Claudio Bravo; Estrada (Llorente 76'), Ansotegi, Demidov, De la Bella; Elustondo (Agirretxe 65'), Aranburu; Xabi Prieto, Zurutuza, Carlos Vela; Ifrán (Griezmann 62'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 13. Ibrahima. Beat Bravo at third attempt after keeper saved first two shots.
Yellow cards: Raúl García 26', Elustondo 38', Marc Bertrán 67', Flaño 76', Puñal 80', Satrústegui 86'.
Osasuna are only a point outside of the top six after a 1-0 victory over local rivals Real Sociedad. The Pamplona based side were looking to get back in to the top six after four games without a win, and Bravo had to save from Raúl García and Cejudo before Ibrahima finally beat him, the keeper and the woodwork keeping out shots from Bertrán and the striker before the goal. Ifrán and Estrada went close for the visitors before the break, but Bravo had to make first class saves from Ibrahima and Raúl García after the restart to keep his side in touch. With the game into the final minutes Real came out looking for the equaliser, but Andrés and his defence held fast. A much needed win for Osasuna, and with a last match at the already relegated Racing Santander to come, they still have a good chance of playing in Europe next season.