A goal by Uruguayan midfielder Mauro Arambarri in the 69th minute allowed the Getafe add a valuable triumph to get away from the descent into which the Huesca, who is still bottom and regretted a new defeat in the premiere of José Rojo ‘Pacheta’ on the bench.
After the dismissal of Miguel Ángel Sánchez, ‘Míchel’, Huesca was planted in Getafe with Pacheta in command and the first thing the Burgos coach did was arrange a tactical approach with three center-backs, two lanes and three players in very offensive positions.
That scheme worked for the Aragonese team because, without complexes, it tried from the beginning to take the handle of the party and its own it was the first two times through Rafa Mir and Dani Escriche.
In Getafe, the main novelty in the eleven was the presence of Take Kubo, who responded to the confidence of his coach, José Bordalás, trying to be the protagonist. In fact, the Japanese midfielder did not wrinkle to ask for the ball in direct free kicks and in one of them he forced Álvaro Fernández to use himself thoroughly to clear his fist shot when the ball was on target.
His teammate Mauro Arambarri was closer to opening the scoring. In the 27th minute the Uruguayan midfielder picked up a ball up front and his shot crashed into the post right of the goal of the rival goalkeeper.
Huesca were not intimidated by Getafe’s onslaught and took advantage of the fragility that the Madrid team showed from set pieces to put them in trouble with two heads from Rafa Mir and Greek Dimitris Siovas who narrowly left the goal.
After the break, Getafe took a step forward, gaining meters over the rival area, especially at the pace set by Carlos Aleñá, and it was difficult for Huesca to stop him to the point that Álvaro Fernández again saved his team with a good stop to another shot from Arambarri from the front.
In the 69th minute, on the third, the Uruguayan got it right. Aleñá received a three-quarter line, took advantage of a defensive failure by Huesca to put a ball to his right that Arambarri picked up without opposition and, inside the area, he crossed his shot at goal.
The goal was a slab for Huesca, who ended the game by besieging their rival with all their offensive potential and with a shot from Mikel Rico that Rubén Yáñez found in added time.
With the victory Getafe is located in the middle of the table with 23 points and Huesca remains last of the classification with 12.
1 – Getafe: Rubén Yáñez; Damien, Etxeita, Djené, Nyom; Kubo (Portillo, m.79), Maksimovic, Arambarri (Timor, m.87), Cucurella; Aleñá (Iglesias, m.87); and Mata (Ángel, m.64).
0 – Huesca: Álvaro Fernández; Pulido, Siovas, Gastón Silva; Maffeo (Borja García, m.77), Seoane, Mikel Rico, Javi Galán (Okazaki, m.77); Escriche (Sergio Gómez, m.61), Rafa Mir and Ontiveros (Ferreiro, m.61).
Goals: 1-0: M.69 Arambarri.
Referee: David Medié Jiménez (Catalan Committee). He admonished Nyom (m.7) and Mata (41), from Getafe; and to Rafa Mir (29), Ontiveros (61) and Seoana (96), from Huesca.
Incidents: match corresponding to matchday 19 of the Santander League, contested without public and closed doors at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum.