Osasuna added three points to his scoreboard after winning 3-1 against him Valencia this wednesday in the El Sadar Stadium. Osasuna He arrived with the intention of reaping a new victory after winning the last two matches of the competition. The most recent was against Elche at home (2-0) and the other in front of Villarreal away from home (1-2). Regarding the visiting team, the Valencia did not pass the tables with a score of 2-2 against the Real Betis. With this defeat the Valencian team was placed in fourteenth position after the end of the match, while Osasuna is eighth.
The first part of the confrontation started in a favorable way for Osasuna, who took the opportunity to open the scoring with a goal of Javier Martinez at minute 13. However, the Valencia achieved the tie by means of a goal from Kevin Gameiro in minute 30. But later the local team in minute 32 advanced their team through a goal from Jonathan Calleri, concluding the first half with the score of 2-1.
In the second half came the goal for the Pamplona team, which increased its scoring account with respect to its rival thanks to a goal from eleven meters from Roberto torres in the 67th minute, thus ending the match with a final result of 3-1.
The coaches of both teams decided to use all the available changes. On Osasuna they entered Ruben Garcia, Jon moncayola, Darko brasanac, Ezequiel Avila Y Before Budimir replacing Adrian Lopez, Oier, Javier Martinez, Roberto torres Y Jonathan Calleri, Meanwhile he Valencia gave entrance to Christian Oliva, Kang-in Lee, Patrick Cutrone, David Y Manu Vallejo for Uros Racic, Yunus Musah, Denis Cheryshev, Guillermo Molina Y Kevin Gameiro.
The referee decided to caution three players. On the part of the locals the yellow card went to Oier and by the Valencia admonished Goncalo Guedes Y Mouctar Diakhaby.
After winning the match, Osasuna ranked eighth in the league table with 40 points at the end of the game, while Valencia it was placed in fourteenth place with 35 points.
LaLiga’s next commitment to Osasuna is against him Real Madrid, Meanwhile he Valencia will face the Barcelona.
|Osasuna:||Sergio Herrera, Nacho Vidal, David García, Aridane Hernández, Manuel Sánchez De La Peña, Roberto Torres (Ezequiel Ávila, min. 78), Lucas Torró, Oier (Jon Moncayola, min. 63), Javier Martínez (Darko Brasanac, min. 74), Jonathan Calleri (Ante Budimir, min.78) and Adrián López (Rubén García, min.63)|
|Valencia:||Jaume Domenech, Guillem Molina (David, minimum 80), Gabriel Paulista, Mouctar Diakhaby, José Luis Gayá, Yunus Musah (Kang-in Lee, minimum 52), Daniel Wass, Uros Racic (Christian Oliva, minimum 52), Denis Cheryshev ( Patrick Cutrone, min.69), Goncalo Guedes and Kevin Gameiro (Manu Vallejo, min.80)|
|Stadium:||El Sadar Stadium|
|Goals:||Javier Martínez (1-0, min. 13), Kevin Gameiro (1-1, min. 30), Jonathan Calleri (2-1, min. 32) and Roberto Torres (3-1, min. 67)|
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