Leganés: Herrerín; Tito (Samu García 60’), Bustinza, Mantovani, Siovas, Diego Rico; El Zhar, Rubén Pérez, Erik Morán (Unai López 68’), Szymanowski (Machís 86’); Guerrero. 5-4-1.
Málaga: Kameni; Rosales, Luis Hernández, Diego Llorente, Juan Carlos; Pablo Fornals, Camacho, José Rodríguez (Duda 86’), Chory Castro (Jony 62’); Charles, Sandro (Keko 72’). 4-4-2.
Yellow cards: Bustinza 29’, Tito 32’, Rosales 34’, Erik Morán 49’, Charles 59’, Rubén Pérez 60’.
Leganés are now five points clear of the drop zone after they drew 0-0 against Málaga in the Sunday mid-day kick-off. The Madrid based side started the match a point below their rivals in the table, and Mantovani and Tito both wasted chances to put them in front before the interval. Málaga’s only real reply was a long effort by Sandro over the top soon after the restart, and Diego Rico brought a good save out of Kameni, and then fired in a cross from the left which rattled against the post. In the end though the visitors could have sneaked a win had Herrerín not produced the save of the day from a late Camacho header.