Osasuna are now in a strong position in the La Liga. When the team met Valencia at home on Wednesday, they secured their third win in a row. The team won with 3-1 (2-1), seemingly bringing their tough time to a close.
Osasuna started the match best and took the lead when Javier Martinez Calvo scored a goal after 13 minutes, with an assist by Jonathan Calleri, making it 0-1.
Valencia equalised to make it 1-1 after half an hour’s play as Kevin Gameiro scored a goal, with an assist by Goncalo Guedes.
Osasuna took the lead again, when Jonathan Calleri scored a goal, with an assist by Javier Martinez Calvo, in the 32nd minute.
In the 67th minute, Roberto Torres scored a goal, to increase the lead for Osasuna. The 3-1 goal was the last one of the game.
The result means that Osasuna have taken points in six straight games.
The result means the fourth game in a row without a win for Valencia.
Osasuna have 3 wins and 2 draws with a 7–2 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Valencia have 1 win, 2 draws and 2 losses and a 8–10 goal difference.
This means Osasuna are in eighth place and that Valencia are in 14th place.
Next time Osasuna will play against Celta on Sunday at Abanca-Balaídos. Valencia take on Alaves at home on Saturday.