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Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes (Granada)

Granada 0-0 Athletic Bilbao

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Granada and Athletic Bilbao drew 0-0 in a Primera Division match at the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes in Granada.

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Goals
Match Stats
11
4
16
4
4
46%
4
1
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
10
0
9
4
0
54%
4
0

Granada Starting Lineup

G - 1 - Oier Olazábal
D - 2 - Allan Nyom
D - 5 - Mainz
D - 6 - Jean-Sylvain Babin
D - 25 - Emanuel Insua
M - 4 - Fran Rico
M - 7 - Daniel Candeias
M - 10 - Piti
M - 12 - Rubén Pérez
M - 15 - Lass Bangoura
F - 17 - Adrián Colunga

G - 13 - Roberto
D - 19 - Cala
D - 22 - Dimitri Foulquier
M - 8 - Javier Marquez
M - 16 - Manuel Iturra
M - 21 - Robert Ibáñez
F - 18 - Jhon Cordoba

Athletic Bilbao Starting XI

G - 1 - Gorka Iraizoz
D - 4 - Aymeric Laporte
D - 10 - Oscar de Marcos
D - 18 - Carlos Gurpegui
D - 24 - Mikel Balenziaga
M - 6 - Mikel San Jose
M - 7 - Beñat
M - 14 - Markel Susaeta
M - 17 - Mikel Rico
M - 19 - Iker Muniaín
F - 20 - Aritz Aduriz

G - 13 - Iago Herrerín
D - 3 - Jon Aurtenetxe
D - 12 - Unai Bustinza
D - 15 - Andoni Iraola
M - 23 - Ager Aketxe
M - 29 - Unai Lopez
F - 30 - Iñaki Williams

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