Getafe: Jonathan; Alexis, Naldo, Velázquez, Roberto Lago; Lacen, Juan Rodríguez; Sarabia, Sammir (Hinestroza 72‘), Diego Castro (Alex Felip 88‘); Alvaro Vázquez (Pedro León 78’). 4-2-3-1.
Sevilla: Sergio Rico; Coke, Nico Pareja, Kolodziejczak, Fernando Navarro; M’Bia (Diogo Figueiras 16‘), Iborra, Krychowiak, Banega; Iago Aspas (Juan Muñoz 56‘), Bacca (Denis Suárez 74’). 4-4-2.
1-0. 29. Alvaro Vázquez (penalty). After Diogo brought down Vázquez in area.
1-1. 66. Krychowiak. Latched on to loose ball and fired long shot past Jonathan.
2-1. 85. Pedro León. From close to goal after Rico saved from Diego Castro.
Yellow cards: Banega 56’, Jonathan 58’, Diogo Figueiras 87’.
Sevilla drop to fifth after they lost 2-1 at Getafe on Sunday, their second defeat in four days after they lost to Real Madrid midweek. With three players suspended from that match and Beto out for several weeks, Unai Emery had to put out a makeshift side, and to add to his woes he lost M’Bia and Aspas to injuries here. Sergio Rico was in for Beto, and he had to keep out Alvaro Vázquez early on.Iborra shot wide at the other end a few minutes later, but with half an hour on the clock Vázquez gave the locals the lead from the penalty spot after Diogo Figueiras brought down the striker in the area. Vázquez should have scored a second when he shot wide with only the keeper to beat after the restart, but Jonathan had to tip a Banega volley over the bar, and soon afterwards Krychowiak equalized with an impressive shot from outside of the area after Naldo headed away a Muñoz cross. Pedro Léon restored the lead however some five minutes from the end, beating Rico from close up after the keeper had saved from Hinestroza and Diego Castro, and Hinestroza should have scored again when he rounded the keeper only to miss the target.