Osasuna won 2-0 against Elche during the match played this Sunday in the El Sadar Stadium. Osasuna came to the meeting with strengthened spirits after winning away from home by a score of 1-2 at Villarreal. Regarding the visiting team, the Elche he was defeated 3-1 in the last game he played against the Huesca. With this result, the Pamplona team is twelfth at the end of the game, while the Elche is eighteenth.
The game started in a favorable way for the Pamplona team, who took advantage of the play to open the scoring with a goal of Enrique Barja in the 38th minute. After this, the first half ended with a score of 1-0.
In the second half luck came for the local team, who increased the distance on the scoreboard with a goal from their own goal. Diego Gonzalez in the 68th minute. Finally, the duel ended with a 2-0 scoreline.
The coaches made all possible changes. By Osasuna jumped off the bench Roberto torres, Jonah Ramalho, Facundo Roncaglia, Ezequiel Avila Y Oier replacing Enrique Barja, Nacho Vidal, Manuel Sanchez De La Peña, Before Budimir Y Jon moncayola, while the changes of the visiting team were Pablo Piatti, Tete Morente, Boy, Victor Rodriguez Y Luismi, who jumped onto the grass for Emiliano Ariel Rigoni, Josan, Raul Guti, Pears Mile me Ivan Marcone.
The match referee showed three yellow cards. Of the two teams, Nacho Vidal Y Manuel Sanchez De La Peña of the local team and Lucas Boye The visiting team were booked with a yellow card.
With this victory, the team of Jagoba Arrasate ranked twelfth with 37 points at the end of the game, while the team led by Fran Scribe it was placed in eighteenth position with 26 points, occupying a place of relegation to Second Division.
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|Osasuna:||Sergio Herrera, Nacho Vidal (Jonás Ramalho, min.75), Aridane Hernández, David García, Manuel Sánchez De La Peña (Facundo Roncaglia, min.75), Enrique Barja (Roberto Torres, min.75), Lucas Torró, Jon Moncayola (Oier, min.85), Darko Brasanac, Rubén García and Ante Budimir (Ezequiel Ávila, min.81)|
|Elche:||Paulo Gazzaniga, Helibelton Palacios, Diego González, Dani Calvo, Johan Mojica, Josan (Tete Morente, min.65), Raúl Guti (Nino, min.75), Iván Marcone (Luismi, min.85), Emiliano Ariel Rigoni (Pablo Piatti, min.65), Pere Milla (Víctor Rodríguez, min.75) and Lucas Boye|
|Stadium:||El Sadar Stadium|
|Goals:||Enrique Barja (1-0, min. 38) and Diego González (2-0, min. 68)|
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