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Morocco's El Arabi scores but Granda lose to Malaga in Spain La Liga

AP, Sunday 6 Apr 2014
Youssef El Arabi
Granada's Moroccan striker Youssef El Arabi
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Malaga midfielder Ignacio Camacho scored two goals and earned a penalty for a third to lead his team's 4-1 win over Granada in the Spanish league on Sunday.

Malaga's first home win at La Rosaleda Stadium in five consecutive games lifted Bernd Schuster's side to 11th place — a provisional eight points clear of the relegation zone.

Camacho headed Malaga ahead in the 14th minute from a set piece, and he followed with another headed goal from a corner kick in the 37th.

Camacho was then fouled by Jeison Murillo, allowing Nordin Amrabat to convert the spot kick in the 50th.

Juan Jimenez netted a fourth for Malaga in the 74th.

Morocco forward Youssef El Arabi made up for a penalty saved by Willy Caballero by scoring for Granada in the 78th.

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