ALMERIA, Spain -- Osasuna won 2-1 at Almeria to escape the Spanish leagues relegation zone and push the hosts into danger on Fri
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ALMERIA, Spain -- Osasuna won 2-1 at Almeria to escape the Spanish leagues relegation zone and push the hosts into danger on Friday. Jonathan Schoop Jersey . Osasunas first win in seven games lifted it from 18th into a provisional 14th place among a group of teams fighting to avoid the drop. Almeria fell into the bottom three spots destined for the second division along with Valladolid and Real Betis before they play this weekend. Osasuna striker Oriol Riera opened the scoring in the 19th, followed by Alejandro Arribas heading home a second goal in the 33rd. Almerias Fernando Soriano pulled one back in the 73rd, but Osasuna held on for the much-needed victory. Rafael Ramos picked up two late yellow cards to leave Almeria with 10 men in stoppage time. "We had played six games and only taken a point, so we needed this," Arribas said. "And against this rival it feels even better." Atletico Madrid leads the league entering the 32nd of 38 rounds and hosts Villarreal on Saturday. Barcelona is one point behind before hosting Betis. Real Madrid is three points adrift before it visits Real Sociedad. Tony Oliva Jersey .The Ottawa Senators winger was relegated to a corner seat in the locker-room to allow Daniel Alfredsson to return to his regular stall one last time. Miguel Sano Twins Jersey . The 23-year-old restricted free agent appeared in all 48 games last season, finishing second among all Sabres skaters with 15 goals and 34 points. http://www.twinssale.com/twins-justin-morneau-jersey/ . The Wizards announced Friday that Webster had surgery to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. The operation was performed Thursday in Los Angeles.ROME -- Canadian Daniel Nestor and Serbian partner Nenad Zimonjic reached the doubles final of the Italian Open on Saturday as they beat top-seeded Bob and Mike Bryan for the second week in a row, advancing 7-6 (3), 4-6, 12-10. The sixth-seeded pair, who beat the Americans last week in the Madrid Masters final, needed one hour 39 minutes to complete the semifinal victory at the Foro Italico. "Today we were fortunate," said Nestor. "It was a tight match with both teams playing well. We both had chances but we found a way to win today. "It seems that against the Bryans right now, we can play our best against them when we have to." Nestor and Zimonjic will play an unseeded duo on Sunday. Robin Haase of the Netherlands and Spains Feliciano Lopez were to play Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic in the late semifinal. Either way, it will be a first career meeting for the veteran duo of Nestor and Zimonjic. "Both teams are very danngerous, and weve struggled against teams we dont know much about," said Nestor. Martin Perez Jersey. "We need to come to the court ready to play every point and not be satisfied with whats been going on for the last few weeks. "Our goal is to play well. If they are too good, well they are too good. If not, then we win a second title in a row." In the match tiebreak, Nestor and Zimonjic took a 6-3 lead only to give up three straight points. The Bryans blew a match point before Nestors team claimed victory on their second match point. The Canadian and his partner have won 26 titles as a team, including victories at Sydney and Madrid this season. They lost finals in Dubai and Barcelona. Nestor also won the Brisbane title alongside Mariusz Fyrstenberg of Poland in the opening week of the season. The Canadian is third with 84 career titles, trailing Mike Bryan (100) and Bob Bryan (98). The 41-year-old Canadian will be playing in his 140th career doubles final. ' ' '