The grenade came back from a crazy game in Vitoria-Gasteiz against Deportivo Alaves which he beat 2-3 and in which all the goals came in the second half.
The Nasrids went ahead with a great goal from Sergio Escudero that came from behind in seven minutes, through Gonzalo Escalante and Manu Vallejo, although Antonio Puertas headed in a match full of tension and closed with the third goal from Luis Suárez .
With this victory, the Andalusian team managed to open a gap with the relegation places, while the Basques remain sunk in the LaLiga Santander classification.
Jose Luis Mendilibar he recovered two forwards at Deportivo Alavés, Joselu Mato and Manu Vallejo, who he placed in the starting eleven, while Jorge Molina returned to Granada’s “eleven”, in the match of the twenty-ninth day of the LaLiga that was played in Mendizorroza
Granada’s Portuguese goalkeeper Luis Maximiano, who stopped Joselu Mato from a penalty, saved his team against Deportivo Alavés, in a first half played in Mendizorroza, who hung up the “no tickets” sign to support his team in a crucial duel for salvation.
Alaves: Pacheco; Tenaglia, Laguardia, Lejeune, Duarte; Loum, Escalante, Edgar Mendez, Rioja; Vallejo and Joselu.
Grenade: Maximian; Quini, Domingos Duarte, German, Escudero, Carlos Neva; Petrovic, Luis Milla, Alex Collado; Uzuni and Molina.
Stadium: Mendizorrotza (20 miles ikusle).
Referee: Cuadra Fernandez.
VAR: Sanchez Martinez.
2-1Manu Vallejo (58′)
2-2Antonio Doors (75′)
23Luis Suarez (86′)
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