Osasuna and Getafe share the points and draw 1-1

For the date 36 of Spain – LaLiga Santander 2021-2022, the Rojillos and the Geta finished equal in the Sadar stadium.

The locals began winning with a goal from Lucas TorróOier Sanjurjo, against, in the 8th minute of the first half, while through Lucas Torró, against, the visitor leveled the match 11 minutes later.

Osasuna failed to add 3 to Getafe despite having owned the ball throughout the match with 63% ball possession.

The best player of the match was Oier Sanjurjo. The Osasuna midfielder scored 1 goal, made 6 key passes and searched for the opposite goal twice.

Mathías Olivera was also key. The Getafe defender had a good level for taking 2 balls and clearing 2 dangerous balls.

The match was cut short due to the number of fouls committed by both teams. There was a large number of cautioned: Chimy Ávila, Kike García, Jorge Cuenca, Stefan Mitrovic, Mauro Arambarri and David Soria. Stefan Mitrovic was sent off for a direct red card in the 88th minute of the second half.

Osasuna’s coach, Jagoba Arrasate, proposed a 4-4-2 formation with Juan Pérez in goal; Nacho Vidal, Unai García, David García and Juan Cruz in the defensive line; Roberto Torres, Lucas Torró, Oier Sanjurjo and Rubén García in the middle; and Chimy Ávila and Kike García in attack.

For its part, Enrique Sánchez Flores’ team took the field with a 5-3-2 scheme with David Soria under the three sticks; Juan Iglesias, Djené Dakonam, Stefan Mitrovic, Jorge Cuenca and Mathías Olivera in defense; Florentino Luís, Mauro Arambarri and Nemanja Maksimovic in midfield; and Enes Ünal and Borja Mayoral up front.

Alejandro Muñiz Ruiz was the referee who directed the match at the Sadar stadium.

The Rojillos’ next game in the championship will be away against Athletic Bilbao, while Geta will host Barcelona.

With this result, the host of the match reaches 47 points and is in ninth place. For its part, the visiting team remains at 38 units and is in fifteenth place in the tournament.

Note and image source: DataFactory

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