Mallorca: Aouate; Nsue, Anderson
Conceiçao, Geromel, Bigas; Pereira, Joao Víctor (Martí
14'), Tomás Pina, (Marc Fernández 67'), Alfaro (Arizmendi 57');
Víctor Casadesus, Hemed. 4-4-2.
Granada: Toño; Nyom, Iñigo López, Borja Gómez, Siqueira (Brayan Angulo 42'); Iriney, Mikel Rico; Torje (Juanma Ortíz 83'), Brahimi, Orellana; El-Arabi (Floro Flores 88'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 65. El-Arabi (penalty). After Nsue brought down Torje on edge of area.
1-1. 76. Torje. Controlled El-Arabi cross and turned shot wide of Aouate.
1-2. 86. Hemed. Steered header wide of Toño from long Martí free kick.
Yellow cards: Pereira 05', Brahimi 23', 66', Iñigo López 57', Arizmendi 77' / red cards: Nsue 64', Brahimi 66'.
Granada beat Mallorca 1-2 on Sunday afternoon to clock up their second win in a row. The islanders' good start to the season has been curtailed to certain extent by serious injuries to key players, and with only a few minutes on the clock Joao Victor was added to the list when he was carried off with serious knee ligament damage. Hemed still caused a few problems for Toño in the visiting goal, with Brahimi and El-Arabi replying for the Andalusians. But twenty minutes in to the second half Nsue was sent off for bringing down Torje as he ran on to a long through ball, and although the foul started outside of the area, the referee awarded Granada a penalty which El-Arabi converted. Soon afterwards Brahimi was also sent off for a second bookable offence to even things up, but the visitors went further ahead when Torje picked up an El-Arabi pass before beating Aouate, and Hemed's headed goal from Martí's free kick came too late to change the result.