Celta: Sergio Alvarez; Hugo Mallo, Cabral,
Túñez, Roberto Lago; Oubiña, Álex López
(Bustos 79'); Augusto Fernández, Park Chu Young (Mario Bermejo 58'),
Krohn-Dehli; Iago Aspas (De Lucas 82'). 4-2-3-1.
Sevilla: Palop; Cicinho, Botía, Spahic, Fernando Navarro; Jesús Navas, Maduro, Campaña (Manu Del Moral 64'), Kondogbia (Javi Hervás 77'); Babá (Reyes 46'), Negredo. 4-4-2.
1-0. 60. Iago Aspas (penalty). After Maduro blocked free kick with his arm.
2-0. 85. De Lucas. Steered header down past Palop from Augusto's cross.
Yellow cards: Krohn-Dehli 35', Botía 40', Maduro 59', Alex López 72'.
Celta made it three home wins in a row after beating Sevilla 2-0 on Friday evening. With the Andalusians missing their engine-room trio of Medel, Rakitic and Trochowski, the locals were allowed to control midfield, and Iago Aspas and Park Chu Young tested Palop a couple of times before the break. And the locals took the lead on the hour mark, Iago Aspas converting a penalty after Maduro had blocked his free kick with his arms. Reyes and Negredo went close to equalising, and Manu del Moral brought a good save out of Sergio Alvarez, who was a last minute addition to the starting line-up after Javi Varas damaged a hand in the pre-match warm up. But with five minutes to go substitute De Lucas got on the end of Augusto's cross to head a second for the Galicians, putting the game beyond Sevilla's reach.