Pizzi plied his trade for 90 minutes during the match. He scored in the 57th minute and completed 26 passes.
Pizzi demonstrated his rapport with Martín Demichelis throughout the match, and connected with Defender for four passes.
At 20th in the table, Deportivo de La Coruña are currently fighting for survival with a mark of three wins, nine losses and six draws.
Málaga are in fourth place with a record of nine wins, five losses and four draws.
Deportivo de La Coruña had 36.3% of possession during the victory.
Deportivo de La Coruña had 12 shots, including four on target.
The five attempts by Bruno Gama were the most of any Deportivo de La Coruña player.
André Santos went off due to injury in the 84th minute and was replaced by Javier Camuñas.
Málaga maintained control of the ball for 63.7% of the contest of the match, a testament to their movement and linking play in the open field.
Málaga got off three shots, including three on goal, during the match, a direct result of their 70 duels and 14 headers won.
Diego Buonanotte made the biggest impact of any Málaga substitute after coming on for Joaquín in the 73rd minute, as he took two shots.
The combination of Demichelis to Jesús Gámez was the most common during the match, as the two players connected 18 times.