MALAGA, Spain (AP) — Athletic Bilbao rallied for another victory on Monday, coming from behind to win 2-1 at Malaga to heap pressure on coach Bernd Schuster.

Iker Munian scored the 85th-minute winner only two minutes after Malaga's Francisco Portillo was sent off after a challenge on Ander Iturraspe, his second booking for the match.

Juami Jimenez headed the hosts ahead in the 38th-minute but Malaga seemed to let their concentration — and the game — slip away as the visitors clawed back with Mikel San Jose heading in from a corner in the 68th.

The majority of the 25,000 spectators at La Roseleda Stadium chanted for Shuster to be fired. Bilbao's first victory at Malaga in 12 years came from its fourth come-from-behind victory of the season.

Bilbao moved up to fifth place with 26 points, one behind fourth-place Villarreal.

Defending champion Barcelona leads the standings with 40 points, three clear of Atletico Madrid and six ahead of third-place Read Madrid.