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First Division - Day 22

Málaga 3 - Sevilla 2

Málaga: Willy Caballero; Jesús Gámez, Sergio Sánchez, Flavio Ferreira, Antunes; Tissone (Pablo Pérez 71’), Camacho; Amrabat, Duda, Eliseu (Samuel 63’); Juanmi (El Hamdaoui 71’). 4-2-3-1.
Sevilla: Beto; Coke (Diogo Figueiras 46’), Fazio, Nico Pareja, Fernando Navarro, Alberto Moreno; Vitolo (Cheryshev 74’), Iborra, Rakitic, Reyes (Gameiro 46’); Bacca. 5-4-1.

1-0. 31. Duda (penalty). After Coke brought down Camacho inside the area.
1-1. 49. Bacca. Ran on to Iborra pass and steered shot wide of Caballero.
1-2. 66. Fazio. Glancing header down past keeper from wide Rakitic free kick.
2-2. 77. Samuel. Picked up long Duda cross and struck shot across keeper.
3-2. 83. Duda. Controlled Pablo Pérez centre and fired angled shot past Beto.

Yellow cards: Coke 28’, Alberto Moreno 33’, Vitolo 35’, Antunes 40’, Eliseu 44’, Iborra 75’, Bacca 77’, Duda 83’.

Sevilla stay in seventh spot after they were beaten 3-2 by regional neighbours Málaga on Saturday evening. Reyes had an early shot saved by Caballero, but with half an hour gone Duda put the locals ahead from the penalty spot after Coke brought down Camacho in the area. The visitors started the second half well though, Bacca running on to Iborra’s lofted pass to level the scores, and Moreno and Rakitic going close before Fazio headed a long Rakitic free kick past the local keeper. With thirteen minutes left to go though Samuel made it all square again with an impressive shot from the edge of the area, and Duda ensured a much needed three points for the home side after Pablo Pérez set him up late on. The game ended in disarray though after Schuster tried to kick the ball away, players and staff clashing on the touchline before the Málaga coach was shown a second yellow card and sent to the stands.