Villarreal won 1-3 a Osasuna in an encounter that dominated from start to finish with a stellar Gerard Moreno that marked a double to aggravate the crisis of results that the Navarrese team led by Jagoba Arrasate is going through.
The good sensations shown against Tomares in the Copa del Rey by Osasuna were quickly forgotten 7 minutes into the match.
The Villarreal Trigueros footballer put a great pass between the lines that Gerard knew how to take advantage of perfectly. The forward defined with great category, prodding the ball with his left leg before the departure of Rubén, a red-and-white goalkeeper who brought Sergio Herrera down from the starting position against the Castellón team.
After that, Osasuna’s pressure began to take effect. Arrasate’s men came into contact with the ball until Aridane conditioned the game in the 20th minute. The canary was sent off with a direct red after catching Fer Niño, who was able to stay alone in front of the goalkeeper. The referee of the match did not forgive the fault, between Yeremy and Niño they made the second goal.
Niño scored after beating with a subtle touch that slipped into the red goal after a great play by the submarine’s youth squad. From then on, Arrasate’s pupils did not stop running after the ball against Villarreal who became the master of the game.
The visitors went to the second half to their own thing with the idea of anesthetizing Osasuna seeking to triple the advantage. Moi missed an empty goal after missing a pass from Yeremy. Minutes later, Mario Gaspar was about to score, but his powerful shot coming from behind bounced off the left post.
The game seemed to be seen for sentence until an action spiced the duel. Rubén García was run over in the area by Yeremy, the referee signaled a penalty and Roberto Torres converted the first for his team in the 70th minute. Those of Pamplona cut distances.
Osasuna woke up as a result of then. I went from being on the ropes to having the draw within reach. The entrance to the green of Darko endowed the locals with more arrival to try to surprise Villarreal in isolated actions that did not finish.
The technical superiority of the yellows was evident with their third goal. Rubén Peña put an excellent pass with the outside to Gerard’s boots so that the former Espanyol player put the sentence. With this result, Osasuna continues as the red lantern of the classification.
1 – Osasuna: Ruben; Nacho Vidal (Roncaglia, m. 90), Aridane, David García, Juan Cruz (Unai García, m. 24); Roberto Torres, Oier (Javi Martínez, m.89), Moncayola (Kike Barja, m. 72), Rubén García; Calleri (Darko, m. 46) and Budimir.
3 – Villarreal: Asenjo; Mario, Albiol, Pau, Estupiñán (Costa, m. 46); Trigueros, Foyth (Moi, d. 46), Parejo; Gerard (Álex Millán, m.88), Fer Niño (Rubén Peña, m.84), Yeremy (Chukwueze, m.72).
Goals: Gerard 0-1, m. 7, Child. 0-2, m. 29: Torres 1-2, m. 70: Gerard, m. 86.
Referee: Figueroa Vázquez (Andalusian Committee), assisted by Martínez Moreno and Villate Martínez. Oier and Unai García showed yellow on the part of Osasuna and Yeremy on the part of Villarreal. In the 19th minute, he sent Aridane off with a red card when he prevented Fer Niño from being left alone before the goalkeeper.
Incidents: Match corresponding to the fourteenth day of The league Santander played at the El Sadar stadium behind closed doors.