Leganés: Herrerín; Tito, Mantovani, Siovas, Adrián Marín; Rubén Pérez (Timor 68’), Erik Morán; El Zhar, Gabriel, Szymanowski (Machís 88’); Guerrero (Luciano Neves 62’). 4-2-3-1.
Espanyol: Diego López; Javi López, David López, Diego Reyes, Aaorón Martín; Jurado (Marc Navarro 86’), Javi Fuego, Marc Roca, Piatti (Hernán Pérez 76’); Caicedo (Leo Baptistao 65’), Gerard Moreno. 4-4-2.
0-1. 92. Baptistao. Picked up Moreno pass and ran on to lift shot over Herrerín.
Yellow cards: Caicedo 45’, Javi Fuego 53’, Rubén Pérez 63’.
Espanyol kept their hopes of a place in Europe alive after they beat Leganés 0-1 in the Sunday mid-day game, the result taking them to within four points off the top six. The Madrid based side had not won in five games, but they had the better chances early on, Diego López having to save from Adrián Marín and El Zhar. After the restart Caicedo brought a good stop out of Herrerín, and Jurado went close with a cross-come-shot just wide of the far post. Szymanowski and Guerrero failed to find the target at the other end, and El Zhar tested Diego López once again, but with the game in injury time substitute Leo Baptistao picked up a return pass from Gerard Moreno to run on lob the local keeper for the winner.