Getafe enjoyed a mesmerising home victory against Valencia at The Coliseum Alfonso Perez on Saturday. Getafe were looking forward to meeting again, following a previous defeat to Real Betis. Valencia were looking to extend their winning run after a 2-0 victory against Celta Vigo. As it stands, both teams are on 27 points and occupy 13th and 14th places respectively after 25 matches.
Getafe started strong and were rewarded, with Mauro Arambarri opening the rout in the 39th minute, thereby seeing the first half to a 1-0.
The second half started favourably for Getafe, with a goal from Jaime Mata in the 55th minute. Later, Getafe took the lead with a goal form a goal from Carles Alena in the 87th minute just before the final whistle to hand victory to the hosts.
For Getafe Sofian Chakla, Cucho Hernandez, Carles Alena, Takefusa Kubo and David Timor came on for Erick Cabaco, Enes Ünal, Allan Nyom, Jaime Mata and Mauro Arambarri, while Valencia brought on Hugo Guillamon, Kevin Gameiro, Christian Oliva and Patrick Cutrone to replace Yunus Musah, Uros Racic, Carlos Soler and Maxi Gomez.
The referee booked Enes Ünal, Djene, Erick Cabaco, Marc Cucurella and Allan Nyom from Getafe. Valencia had the worst of it though, with Thierry Correia and Jose Luis Gaya seeing yellow, and Mouctar Diakhaby then sent off with a red.
Getafe will next travel to Real Valladolid, while Valencia will face Villarreal at home.
|Getafe:||David Soria, Damian Suarez, Erick Cabaco (Sofian Chakla, min.64), Djene, Mathias Olivera, Allan Nyom (Carles Alena, min.85), Mauro Arambarri (David Timor, min.85), Nemanja Maksimovic, Marc Cucurella, Enes Ünal (Cucho Hernandez, min.73) and Jaime Mata (Takefusa Kubo, min.85)|
|Valencia:||Jasper Cillessen, Thierry Correia, Mouctar Diakhaby, Gabriel Paulista, Jose Luis Gaya, Daniel Wass, Carlos Soler (Christian Oliva, min.81), Uros Racic (Kevin Gameiro, min.68), Yunus Musah (Hugo Guillamon, min.54), Maxi Gomez (Patrick Cutrone, min.81) and Kang In Lee|
|Stadium:||The Coliseum Alfonso Perez|
|Goals:||Mauro Arambarri (1-0, min. 39), Jaime Mata (2-0, min. 55) and Carles Alena (3-0, min. 87)|