Sevilla: Beto; Figueiras, Fazio,
Carriço, Alberto Moreno; Iborra, M'Bia; Reyes (Perotti 69'), Rakitic,
Vitolo (Jairo 85'); Bacca (Gameiro 76'). 4-2-3-1.
Betis: Guillermo Sara; Juanfran, Paulao, Amaya, Didac; Xavi Torres, Nono; Steinhofer (Jordi Figueras 46'), Verdú, Vadillo (Rubén Castro 59'); Jorge Molina (Matilla 68'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 02. Bacca. Picked up Reyes through ball and steered shot wide of Sara.
2-0. 43. Steered header through hands of keeper from long Rakitic free kick.
3-0. 59. Vitolo. Controlled Bacca's chipped pass and rounded keeper to score.
4-0. 88. Iborra. Got above marker to head Rakitic's corner wide of keeper.
Yellow cards: Vadillo 33', Paulao 36', 41', Reyes 45', Nono 45',Xavi Torres 50', Matilla 91' / red cards: Paulao 41'.
Sevilla are up to eighth in the table after they hammered city neighbours Betis 4-0 in the last match of Sunday evening. Bacca opened the scoring for the locals in only the second minute, running on to a Reyes lofted pass to beat Guillermo Sara. But later in the first half Molina headed a good chance wide, and Nono crashed a long shot against the upright with the keeper beaten. With four minutes to go to the break however, Paulao was sent off for a second bookable offence, and from the resulting free kick Rakitic found M'Bia for him to force a header past Sara. Soon after the interval Bacca turned a shot just wide of the post, and with just under an hour gone the Colombian striker played the ball across for Vitolo to ghost past the keeper and score from a wide angle. Iborra steered a header against the post and Fazio had a headed goal disallowed for offside, and Rubén Castro came on to shoot just wide at the other end. But with two minutes to go Iborra made it four with another header from Rakitic's corner, wrapping up a win which leaves Pepe Mel's side down at the bottom of the pack.