Sevilla: Javi Varas; Cáceres, Fazio,
Escudé, Fernando Navarro; Jesús Navas, Medel (Zokora 78'),
Rakitic (Romaric 88'), Perotti; Kanouté (Renato 59'), Negredo. 4-4-2.
Zaragoza: Leo Franco; Diogo, Jarosik, Contini (Da Silva 55'), Paredes; Ponzio, Gabi; N'Daw (Braulio 46'), Ander Herrera (Jorge López 69'), Bertolo; Uche. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 43. Perotti. Turned in low Jesús Navas cross on far post close to goal.
1-1. 47. Jarosik. Steered header inside near post from wide Gabi free kick.
2-1. 56. Kanouté (penalty). After Ponzio pushed over Cáceres from behind.
3-1. 93. Negredo (penalty). After Da Silva tripped Negredo himself inside area.
Yellow cards: Ponzio 55', Jarosik 80', Paredes 82', Navas 86', Da Silva 91'.
With the top four all playing on Saturday, the Sunday games featured teams vying for the three Europa League spots. Sevilla moved up to the first of those spots, beating Zaragoza 3-1 thanks in part to two second half penalties. The Andalusians dominated the opening minutes, with Leo Franco having to make a couple of good saves from Negredo and Rakitic, and Kanouté and Negredo going close. With two minutes to go to the break Perotti got on the end of a Navas cross to give the locals the lead, but Jarosik headed the equaliser from Gabi's wide free kick soon after the restart. Kanouté restored the lead from the penalty spot though after Ponzio pushed over Cáceres, and Sevilla could have scored again before Negredo completed the scoring with a second penalty after Da Silva tripped the striker in the area with the game already in injury time.