Iago Aspas netted a double as he helped Miguel Cardoso to his first win as Celta Vigo manager.
Cardoso was installed as Celta boss just before the international break following the sacking of Antonio Mohamed and the Portuguese coach has now bagged his first win, with it coming in front of an expecting Balaidos too.
The game started pretty even as both sides looked to open the scoring, and it was the visitors who perhaps had the best chances in the opening exchanges.
Moi Gomez and David Ferreiro came close, but Celta’s number one Ruben Blanco proved to be in superb form as he kept his side’s sheet clean.
Celta did grow into the game and it was Brais Mendez and Sofiane Boufal were creative and the latter almost opened the scoring, before finding Aspas, who had a good chance moments on the half hour mark.
The Spanish international would break the deadlock with time to play in the first period as he took advantage of a rolled in pass and he tapped home from almost on the goal-line.
The second half continued in the same vein and in truth either side could have scored the next goal, but it proved to be Aspas who would seal all three points with a truly remarkable goal.
The Celta forward tricked his way into the box, before finished off his second of the game.