Osasuna took advantage of the undoubted hangover of the Real after their triumph in the derby in San Mamés. In a party clearly managed by Imanol depending on the physical wear of their players, with a line-up and changes with a lot of rotation and after Willian
José gave away the 0-1 in the first half, the txuri urdin only managed to save a point thanks to a goal from Barrenetxea as soon as the second half started.

The first part was marked by the enormous error of Willian José who caused Osasuna's mistake. On his back, instead of clearing after a corner in favor of the Navarrese, the Brazilian chose to drive diagonally into his own area until he was rushed and handed a ball to Sagnan, very forced, that the French lost so that Calleri He will shoot Remiro inside the area.

It was minute 19 and neither before, especially, nor after, something else, was there a way to recognize the Real. First because ImanolBy dint of rotating, it formed an 'eleven' that was too disfigured. With Zubeldia on the right side, with few regulars like Sagnan or Barrenetxea, with Merino somewhat melted … the Real was unable to break Osasuna's resistance. He was unable to play on the rival field, he was unable to shoot with danger throughout the first half at Herrera's goal and that first act was consumed as an exercise in impotence.

La Real had the right to get into the game on the first play of the second half. Zubeldia cut a ball in his own field and the transition ended in a goal by Barrenetxea. Oyarzabal drove and opened to Portu, whose center combed Will

José so that the donostiarra riveted at the far post. Only a few seconds of the restart had been played.

Osasuna reacted well to both, with personality, playing in the Real field after several robberies but it was the locals who showed more poison. A kick center of For your in 58 it closed and hit the crosshead and on the next play, another shot from Barrenetxea from outside the area he hit a defender and narrowly missed. La Real seemed to threaten more.

The party seemed to change owners in the final stretch. In the final 20 minutes it was played mainly in Navarre field. Although Osasuna did not give up going out, the second goal seemed closer to falling from the txuri urdin side. With the most open party, Aihen He found a corridor to, with a driving, stand in the rival area and drop a left-footed shot that went up in 74.

The battery of changes, however, seemed to suit Osasuna better, who as the end of the match approached he felt he could win. La Real ended the game with a team full of youngsters and homegrown players and that was showing. The best option before concluding, in any case, was Bautista who caught a ball from his back in 85 'on the edge of the area and made enough gap to shoot at the turn. Herrera stopped with some problem.

Little else happened in the final stretch of a game that distributed two points for each team without either of them looking like a bad balance.

(+) See the summary and the goals of the match:

Real Sociedad, 1: Remiro; Zubeldia, Le Normand, Sagnan, Muñoz; Guevara (Zubimendi, m. 77), Mikel Merino, Oyarzabal (Merquelanz, m. 66); Portu (Guridi, d. 66), Barrenetxea (Gorosabel, d. 77) and Willian José (Bautista, d. 59).

Osasuna, 1: Sergio Herrera; Nacho Vidal, Aridane, David García, Juan Cruz; Kike Barja (Torres, m. 66), Moncayola, Javi (Roncaglia, m. 84), Íñigo Pérez; Calleri (Budimir, m. 76) and Rubén García (Jony, m. 66).

Goals: 0-1: Calleri (m. 19). 1-1: Barrenetxea (m. 45)

Referee: Pizarro Gómez. Yellow to Zubeldia, Roncaglia

Stadium: Anoeta (without spectators).


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