Borja Iglesias scored a wonderful goal to hand Real Betis a 1-0 lead in the 39th minute of the encounter.
Granada got hope of going home with a point when Darwin Marchis registered an equaliser in the 66th minute.
However, Borja Iglesias punished Granada once more by scoring a winner for his team in the late hours of the game. Real Betis held on till the referee blew the full-time whistle.
Real Betis have now moved above Villarreal to 6th position, while Granada remain 10th on the table. They'll need to win their next match or risk being pushed down to 11th position if Cadiz wins their next league game.
Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are first, second and third respectively. Real Madrid and FC Barcelona trail league leaders by two points.
Would Real Madrid or FC Barcelona catch up with Atletico Madrid before the end of this season? The performances of both clubs will answer the question.
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