Betis 2 – Getafe 0: The Green-and-Whites see off visitors at the Estadio Benito Villamarin

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Getafe fell to an away defeat at the hands of Real Betis at the Estadio Benito Villamarin on Sunday. Betis were looking to pick up points, following a 3-1 victory against Osasuna. Getafe were beaten 2-1 in the previous match against Atletico Madrid. After today’s result, Betis and Getafe sit 7th, (12 points) and 20th, (0 points), spots respectively, after 7 matches.

Betis started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, thanks to Willian Jose giving The Green-and-Whites the lead in the 14th minute and seeing the first half out 1-0.

Betis staged a comeback in the second half, with Willian Jose finding the net again at the 55 minute mark, sealing a 2-0 victory for the away side.

For Betis, Rodri, Borja Iglesias, Cristian Tello, Victor Camarasa and Andres Guardado, came on for Sergio Canales, Willian Jose, Juanmi, Nabil Fekir and William Carvalho. Getafe brought on Damian Suarez, Jonathan Silva, Sandro Ramirez, Jaime Mata and Darío Poveda, to replace Nemanja Maksimovic, Jose Macias, Stefan Mitrovic, Juan Iglesias and Enes Unal.

There were bookings for William Carvalho from Betis. For Getafe, David Timor, Sandro Ramirez and Jonathan Silva saw yellow.

Betis will next travel to Villarreal, while Getafe will face Real Sociedad at home.

Technical card:
Real Betis: Claudio Bravo, Hector Bellerin, Edgar Gonzalez, German Pezzella, Juan Miranda, Sergio Canales (Rodri, min.46), Guido Rodriguez, Nabil Fekir (Victor Camarasa, min.90), William Carvalho (Andres Guardado, min.90), Juanmi (Cristian Tello, min.72) and Willian Jose (Borja Iglesias, min.65)
Getafe: David Soria, Jorge Cuenca, Djene, Stefan Mitrovic (Sandro Ramirez, min.46), Juan Iglesias (Jaime Mata, min.70), David Timor, Nemanja Maksimovic (Damian Suarez, min.42), Florentino Luis, Mathias Olivera, Jose Macias (Jonathan Silva, min.46) and Enes Unal (Darío Poveda, min.70)
Stadium: the Estadio Benito Villamarin
Goals: Willian Jose (1-0, min. 14) and Willian Jose (2-0, min. 55)