Joan Oriol congratulates Damià Sabater, but Lugo were to have the final word. | E.T.
Real Mallorca are hanging by their fingertips to the edge of the relegation precipice after losing to a goal in the last second of added-on time, going down 2-1 in Lugo on Sunday. The Galician side are still in with a chance of a play-off spot while Mallorca have a real fight on their hands now if they want to avoid dropping into oblivion – La Segunda B. Alarm bells are now tolling with seven games left on the fixture list. We played the best football (by La Segunda's poor standards) in the first half but our finishing, especially from Pereira, was woeful.