Atlético: Sergio Asenjo; Valera, Perea,
Domínguez, Antonio López; Simao, Paulo Assunçao,
Raúl García (Cléber Santana 82'), Reyes (Jurado 65');
Ibrahima, Diego Forlán. 4-4-2.
Sevilla: Palop; Konko, Squillaci (Adriano 61'), Dragutinovic, Fernando Navarro; Duscher, Romaric (Koné 69'); Jesús Navas, Renato, Perotti; Negredo (Lolo 74'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 43. Renato. Got above defence to head Perotti corner back past Asenjo.
1-1. 48. Dragutinovic (own goal). Deflected Palop clearance in to own net.
2-1. 93. Antonio López. Steered header wide of Palop from Simao free kick.
Yellow cards: Perea 03', Simao 29', Jesús Navas 38', Dragutinovic 57', Duscher 64', 72', Antonio López 87', Koné 89' / red cards: Duscher 72'.
Atlético Madrid came from behind to beat Sevilla 2-1 on Saturday evening, a result which took them well clear of the danger zone.
Renato headed the visitors in to the lead from Perotti's corner a minute before the interval, but soon after the restart Atlético were level, Dragutinovic deflecting the ball in to his own net after Palop tried to clear ahead of Forlán.
The Andalusians were left with ten men when Duscher picked up a second booking, and in the third minute of injury time Antonio López headed the winner from Simao's free kick.
With Valencia winning earlier in the evening, the defeat means that Sevilla drop down to fourth, and they could be out of the Champions League spots if Mallorca win tomorrow.