|Huesca:||Alvaro Fernandez, Dimitrios Siovas, Pablo Insua, Jorge Pulido, Pablo Maffeo, Jaime Seoane, David Ferreiro (Juan Carlos, min.87), Mikel Rico (Idrissa Doumbia, min.67), Javi Galan, Dani Escriche (Shinji Okazaki, min.67) and Rafa Mir|
|Granada:||Rui Silva, Victor Diaz, Nehuen Perez, German Sanchez, Dimitri Foulquier (Darwin Machis, min.47), Antonio Puertas, Yan Eteki, Fede Vico (Jorge Molina, min.47), Domingos Quina (Domingos Duarte, min.82), Adrian Marin and Alberto Soro (Yangel Herrera, min.63)|
|Goals:||Domingos Quina (0-1, min. 8), Dani Escriche (1-1, min. 31), Jorge Pulido (2-1, min. 39), Dimitri Foulquier (3-1, min. 44) and Alberto Soro (3-2, min. 59)|
On Sunday, Granada suffer an away defeat to Huesca at El Alcoraz. Both sides came from defeats in their previous league games. Huesca arrived at the game looking pick up points after losing their last game 1-0 to Seville. Granada, on the other hand, lost 2-1 in the last match they played against Atletico Madrid. As things stand, Huesca and Granada currently occupy 20th and 9th spots in the table, with 19 points and 30 points respectively after 24 matches.
Granada started strongly in the first half, beginning with a goal from Domingos Quina in the 8th minute. However, the good form didn’t last for long. An equalizer from a goal from Dani Escriche, 31 minutes in brought Huesca level. Later, Huesca scored again thanks to a goal from Jorge Pulido in the 39th minute to establish the 2-1. Later, Huesca took the lead with a goal form a calamitous own goal from Dimitri Foulquier in the 44th minute just before half-time, thereby seeing the first half to a 3-1.
Granada took the lead in the second half, thanks to a goal from Alberto Soro in the 59th minute, leaving the final score at 3-2.
For Huesca, Idrissa Doumbia, Shinji Okazaki and Juan Carlos came on for Fede Vico, Dimitri Foulquier, Alberto Soro, Yangel Herrera and Domingos Quina, while Granada brought on Jorge Molina, Darwin Machis, Yangel Herrera, Robert Kenedy and Domingos Duarte to replace Fede Vico, Dimitri Foulquier, Alberto Soro, Yangel Herrera and Domingos Quina.
The referee booked Mikel Rico, Pablo Insua and Jaime Seoane from Huesca. Granada had the worst of it though, with Rui Silva, Nehuen Perez and Victor Diaz seeing yellow, and German Sanchez then sent off with a red.