Despite Alexander Isaac's face from earlier in the spring when the striker was red-hot with goals including against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, the striker had to start the bench. As many times before this season, coach Imanol Alguacil chose the brass Willian José before the Swede in the starting eleven.
It was Osasuna who would take the lead on empty Anoeta in San Sebastian. After a doubtful hand situation, Adrian Lopez was able to score 1-0 to the guests from eleven meters. Sociedad's attacking play was tiring and it was in the cards that Isaac would get on the pitch and so was the case. In the 61st minute, La Liga's most frequent replacement was made this season, Willian José out and Alexander Isak in.
Before that, Sociedad had been able to sign off after a quick changeover where Mikel Oyarzabal found the networms. The long stay was noticeable and the match was not very well played with many technical mistakes. Alexander Isak remained anonymous in the match with few balls to work in his attacking position. With 93 minutes played, Osasunas Brasanac nearly gave the visitors the lead, as he clipped a delicate lob over the keeper, but the ball glanced harmlessly off the crossbar.
Real Sociedad thus rises to a lone fourth place, three points up to the seventh Sevilla. All the more up to Barcelona leading the league in 61 points.