The athletic Club Osasuna beat the Pomegranate 3-1, thanks to a double from Ante Budimir and aware of Jon Moncayola and, three months later, he savored his first victory, which momentarily takes him out of relegation, waiting for what Elche does against him Barcelona.
One week after beating Espanyol in the Copa del Rey, Osasuna had a new opportunity to return to the path of victory in the League after 13 games without knowing the victory against a Pomegranate who landed in Pamplona with the idea of taking the three points.
The Navarrese jumped seriously to the grass hoping to surprise. Jony had the first of the match, but Rui Silva blocked his shot in two halves without major problems.
On the Nasrid side, Kenedy was the best player with his constant internships on the right wing that his teammates did not know how to take advantage of to get ahead in the electronic game. The Colombian Luis Súarez connected if he succeeded a center from the Brazilian.
The Asturian Jony managed to get a cross from the left in front of Foulquier. Germán failed in his clearance and Ante Budimir did not miss the opportunity to overtake his team to the delight of a Jagoba Arrasate who was disappointed from the technical area.
Osasuna managed to deactivate the interior game of Granada with the passing of the minutes. Kike Barja put in a cross from the right wing from which Budimir once again took a slice to head into the nets.
The good feelings left by the rojillos in the first half they were soon dissipated. Luis Suarez he found a gift from the red defense. Unai García did not clear a ball that was dead before the Colombian put the 2-1 on the scoreboard with 40 minutes remaining.
With the passing of the minutes, the game became a round trip that favored the visitors even though they did not know how to clearly approach the opposite area.
Arrasate decided to admit Torres. The youth squad played his 300th game with the shirt of the second captain.
Jon Moncayola came out to help his teammates with his physical power. A few minutes after jogging on the green, the number 27 unstitched the ball from the front to put the sentence and get his team out of the descent momentarily in the absence of a meeting between Elche and Barcelona.
3 – Osasuna: Sergio Herrera; Roncaglia, Unai García, David García, Manu Sánchez (Juan Cruz, d. 46); Oier, Torró, Íñigo Pérez (Moncayola, d. 68); Kike Barja (Torres, m. 81), Budimir (Calleri, m. 46), Jony (Rubén García, m. 45 + 2).
1 – Granada: Granada: Rui Silva; Foulquier (Quini, m. 46), Germán, Duarte, Neva (Doors, m. 81); Montoro, Vallejo (Molina, m. 46); Kenedy (Soldier, d. 81), Milla, Machís; Suarez (Fede Vico, m. 85).
Goals: Budimir 1-0 (m. 27), Budimir 2-0 (m. 40), Suárez 2-1 (m. 50), Moncayola 3-1 (m. 86).
Referee: Estrada Fernández (Catalan Committee), assisted by Alonso Fernández and Porras Ayuso. The Catalan referee showed Manu Sánchez, Calleri and Torró yellow from Osasuna. On the part of Granada, he admonished Vallejo, Foulquier, Germán and Duarte with yellow. Facu Roncaglia was sent off after seeing the second yellow in the 88th minute.
Incidents: Match corresponding to the twentieth day of The league Santander played at the El Sadar stadium behind closed doors.