Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc
Bertrán, Arribas, Rubén, Damià; Puñal, Gato Silva;
Masoud (Llorente 55'), Armenteros, De las Cuevas (Cejudo 72'); Kike Sola (Oier
Sevilla: Beto; Coke (Cicinho 46'), Cala, Botía (Isra Puerto 67'), Fernando Navarro; Medel, Kondogbia; Jesús Navas, Rakitic, Perotti (Babá 74'); Negredo. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 50. Negredo. Ran on to Navas through ball and rounded Andrés to score.
1-1. 63. Puñal. Picked up De las Cuevas pass and beat Beto from outside area.
2-1. 79. Cejudo. Curled free kick around defensive wall and inside far post.
Yellow cards: Botía 60', Kondogbia 62', Riesgo 79', Marc Bertrán 84', Damià 85', Arribas 92'.
Osasuna are sure of another season in the top flight after they came from behind to record a 2-1 win against Sevilla, who themselves only have a very remote chance now of making it in to the Europa League positions. The locals had the better of the first half, Masoud firing a shot over the top early on, and De las Cuevas heading against the post, with Beto saving from Armenteros on the follow up. Negredo and Botía brought good saves out of Andrés at the other end though, and five minutes after the restart Negredo picked up a Jesús Navas through ball and cut past Andrés and Rubén to run the ball in to the net. A quarter of an hour later though Puñal picked up a short pass from De las Cuevas before firing a long shot in to the far top corner of the net, and with ten minutes to go Alvaro Cejudo got the winner, beating the visiting keeper with a well struck free kick. The defeat was a set back for Unai Emery's side, although they still have a chance of making it in to the Europa League if the bans for Málaga and Rayo Vallecano are confirmed.