Eibar: Riesgo; Capa, Mauro Dos Santos, Ansotegi, Lillo; Dani García, Escalante; Jota Peleteiro, Adrián González (Radosevic 78‘), Takashi Inui (Imanol Corral 92‘); Borja Bastón (Sergi Enrich 75‘). 4-2-3-1.
Levante: Diego Mariño; Toño, David Navarro, Feddal, Lucas Orbán; Xumetra (Camarasa 63‘), Verza, Simao (Verdú 63‘), Morales; Deyverson, Rossi (Ghilas 79‘). 4-4-2.
1-0. 38. Borja Bastón. Turned ball past Mariño after Inui played back Jota cross.
2-0. 58. Adrián. Bundled ball in off Toño after Escalante crossed in from right.
Yellow cards: Dani García 35’, Lucas Orbán 40’, Xumetra 41’, Lillo 42’, Jota 91’.
Eibar took advantage of defeats for Athletic Bilbao and Celta to climb back up to sixth place after a 2-0 victory against bottom club Levante. As in many matches this weekend, the poor weather conditions made play difficult, and there were few chances before Inui played Jota’s cross back across goal for Borja Bastón to open the scoring. Inui went close a couple of times either side of the break, and with just under an hour gone the locals went two up after Adrián González bundled the ball off Toño and over the line, the referee waving away claims for a possible foul on Diego Mariño. The visiting keeper had to save from Jota and Inui after that, and Riesgo was only troubled once by Deyverson later on.