Monday, August 2

Osasuna beats Levante by the minimum (0-1)

Osasuna added three points to his scoreboard after getting a hard-fought victory against the I raised, which was imposed 0-1 this Sunday in the Valencia city. The I raised He faced the match with the intention of adding more points to his locker after drawing 2-2 in the last game played against him grenade. On the part of the visiting team, Osasuna He came from beating 2-1 in his stadium at Eibar in the last game held. Thanks to this result, the Pamplona team is twelfth, while the I raised is tenth at the end of the game.

In the first half, neither team was right in the face of the goal, so the first 45 minutes ended with the same 0-0 result.

In the second half the goal came for Osasuna, who took the opportunity to open the scoring with a goal from Before Budimir at 74 minutes, ending the confrontation with a final score of 0-1.

The coaches made all possible changes. By the I raised they jumped off the bench Enis Bardhi, Jose Luis Morales, Jorge de Frutos, Carlos Clerc Y Child replacing Roberto Suarez Pier, Sergio Leon, Ruben Rochina, Tone Y Jorge Miramon, while the changes of the visiting team were Before Budimir, Enrique Barja, Manuel Sanchez De La Peña, Oier Y Unai Garcia, who jumped into the field for Jonathan Calleri, Roberto Torres, Íñigo Pérez, Ruben Garcia Y Jon moncayola.

The referee showed three yellow cards, one of them to the I raised (Tone) and two to Osasuna (Jonathan Calleri Y Jon moncayola).

With this victory, Osasuna it rises to 25 points and is placed in twelfth place in the classification. For his part, I raised it remains with the 27 points with which it reached this day of the competition.

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The teams will continue to play their following matches in LaLiga: the I raised will try to return to the path of victory in his next duel against him Atlético de Madrid at home, while Osasuna will play in his fiefdom against him Seville.

Data sheet
I raised: Sergio Herrera, Nacho Vidal, David García, Aridane Hernández, Álvaro Armada, Roberto Torres, Jon Moncayola, Lucas Torró, Íñigo Pérez, Jonathan Calleri and Rubén García
Osasuna: Aitor Fernandez, Jorge Miramón, Óscar Duarte, Rubén Vezo, Toño, Nemanja Radoja, Roberto Suárez Pier, Mickael Malsa, Sergio León, Rubén Rochina and Dani Gómez
Stadium: Valencia city
Goals: Before Budimir (0-1, min 74)

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