The Getafe, with two goals by Jaime Mata and another by Jorge Molina, keeps the fifth place in the standings by beating a Celta de Vigo suffering, and despite playing with ten players fifty minutes for the expulsion of the Uruguayan Maxi Gómez, He put the Madrid team in a hurry.
The match began with the 'Japanese' strike of the Getafe fans, who spent five minutes applauding their players in support for the criticism received lately and raised thousands of cardboard with the word "respect" to the sky of the Coliseum. However, that heat of the azulona fans to their players was cooled to two minutes when the Mexican Araujo combed head of a ball of Brais Méndez and surprised David Soria to score the first goal of Celta.
The Madrid team was hurt by that goal Celtic and he did not know how to react until the minutes passed and Maksimovic and Arambarri appeared to put the game in order in the midfield.
At 21 minutes, Mata warned with a shot off after a cross from the right and at 38 the Madrid forward matched the contest by transforming a penalty committed by Hugo Mallo on Arambarri. That decision by González Fuertes did not please Maxi Gómez. The Uruguayan protested to the referee and he did not hesitate to take two yellow cards and eject.
The Celta did not notice in his mind the goal conceded and before the break he gave two good scares to Getafe. First with a goal annulled to Hugo Mallo that had to be resolved with VAR due to the doubtfulness of his shot and then with a header from Hoedt that came skimming a post.
In the second half, Getafe came out aware of their numerical advantage on the pitch and from the first minute they put Celta de Vigo in their court. Thus came a very clear chance for Mata, who, at 48 minutes, cleared with a good stop Ruben Blanco.
Celta began to play long the game too early and at 61 minutes Getafe culminated their comeback with a perfect triangulation. Damián Suárez put from the right a center at the far post that headed the first Mata so that Jorge Molina I just had to push the ball.
It was then when the azulona fans began to sing their usual 'Molina, Selección' to encourage the veteran player from Elche, who at 36 is living a second youth in Primera with eleven goals scored this year.
At 65 minutes, Iago Aspas reappeared in Celta de Vigo after a month and a half injured. His presence on the grass was noticed because on his first ball he put a free-kick that ended with a header from Brais Méndez that went over the crossbar.
The entrance of the Galician forward improved much the attack of Celta de Vigo, but just when it seemed that the meeting was balanced in terms of forces with alternatives for both Ruben committed a blunder by attempting a punt and left a dead ball for Mata to push goal the third of Getafe.
The match ended there despite the nine minutes of play that remained because Celta finished lowering his arms waiting for the clock to run. With this victory, the Getafe adds 35 points and maintains the fifth place, while the Celta, with 24, continues in the fight with the teams of the low zone by the descent.