Málaga: Kameni; Rosales, Angeleri, Weligton, Miguel Torres; Tissone, Recio; Duda (Pablo Fornals 55‘), Amrabat (Juanpi 74’), Juan Carlos; Charles (Santa Cruz 85’). 4-2-3-1.
Granada: Andrés; Miguel Lopes (Foulquier 67’), Lombán, Babín, Biraghi; Fran Rico, Uche (Rochina 54‘); Robert Ibáñez (El-Arabi 69’), Javi Márquez, Isaac Success; Peñaranda. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 45. Charles. Steered near post header past Andrés from Torres centre.
2-0. 57. Fornals. Volleyed shot back into net after Andrés saved from Amrabat.
2-1. 83. El-Arabi. Got above Angeleri to head Foulquier cross wide of Kameni.
2-2. 86. Rochina. Steered header into far corner of net from Biraghi cross.
Yellow cards: Lombán 27’, Tissone 37’, 53’, Miguel Lopes 56’, Robert Ibáñez 56’, Miguel Torres 65’, Javi Márquez 75’, Foulquier 90’, Rochina 92’ / red cards: Tissone 53’.
Málaga ended the day in the bottom three after they were held to a 2-2 draw by fellow strugglers Granada on Saturday. The locals had only scored in two games all season, but they went two up with strikes by Charles and Pablo Fornals either side of half time, the first a well placed header from a Miguel Torres centre, and the second an acrobatic volley after Andrés could only push out a shot by Amrabat. Before the second goal though Tissone got himself sent off for a second bookable offence, and although Juan Carlos and Charles came close to increasing the lead, the visitors came back to save the draw with headed goals in the last ten minutes by El-Arabi and Rochina from Foulquier and Biraghi crosses. The result keeps Granada a point ahead of their regional neighbours in the table.