Zaragoza: Leo Franco; José
Fernández, Loovens, Alvaro, Abraham; Movilla, José Marí
(Alcolea 77'); Rubén Rochina (Edu Oriol 74'), Apoño (Babovic
46'), Paco Montañés; Postiga. 4-2-3-1.
Valencia: Diego Alves; Joao Pereira, Ricardo Costa (Mathieu 65'), Víctor Ruíz, Cissokho; Dani Parejo, Albelda (Nelson Valdez 80'); Feghouli, Canales (Banega 52'), Jonas; Soldado. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 05. Apoño (penalty). After Victor Ruíz brought down Postiga inside area.
2-0. 32. Postiga. Got in front of defence to head in wide Apoño free kick.
2-1. 36. Jonas. Turned in Cissokho cross after Soldado stepped over ball.
2-2. 69. Jonas. Steered shot past keeper after Víctor headed on Parejo free kick.
Yellow cards: Víctor Ruíz 04', Albelda 23', Cissokho 36', José Marí 39', Banega 84', Edu Oriol 85', Alcolea 87', Alvaro 91' / red cards: Leo Franco 76'.
Valencia came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Zaragoza on Saturday evening. The locals raced in to the lead early, Apoño getting the first from the penalty spot in only the fifth minute after Víctor Ruíz brought down Postiga inside the area, and Postiga adding the second on the half hour mark with a header from Apoño's wide free kick. However just four minutes later Jonas got one back, turning the ball past Leo Franco after Soldado stepped over Cissokho's cross, and with twenty minutes to go the Brazilian forward got his second of the evening after Víctor Ruíz headed across a Dani Parejo free kick. A few minutes later Leo Franco got himself sent off for handling outside of the area, and with first choice keeper Roberto suffering from an illness, B team's Pablo Alcolea came on to make the save of the evening from Soldado. The match ended in controversy when Postiga scrambled the ball in to the net in injury time only for the referee to rule out the strike for what he considered to be a foul on the keeper. A point apiece in the end though, which keeps Valencia in fifth place and takes the Maños five points clear of the drop zone.