Sevilla: Beto; Coke, Rami, Carriço (Gameiro 69‘), Trémoulinas; Iborra (Krohn-Dehli 66’), Krychowiak; Reyes (Konoplyanka 66’), Banega, Vitolo; Llorente. 4-2-3-1.
Atlético: Oblak; Juanfran, Giménez, Godín, Jesús Gámez; Gabi, Tiago; Oliver Torres (Carrasco 70’), Griezmann, Koke (Saúl Ñíguez 64’); Fernando Torres (Jackson Martínez 77’). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 35. Koke. Poked shot past Beto after Griezmann played ball on from ground.
0-2. 78. Gabi. Shot from outside of area which hit Krychowiak to deflect into net.
0-3. 85. Jackson. Picked up return Griezmann pass and struck long shot past Beto.
Yellow cards: Banega 20’, Krychowiak 20’, Tiago 43’, Godín 44’, Griezmann 46’, Konoplyanka 76’, Juanfran 80’.
Atlético Madrid are just behind leaders Celta and Eibar on number of goals scored after they beat Sevilla 0-3 on Sunday evening. Koke opened the scoring shortly before half time, poking a shot past Beto after Griezmann passed to him whilst lying on the floor, and Griezmann felt he should have had a penalty when he was sandwiched in the area soon after the restart. New signing Fernando Llorente went close for the hosts later on in the second half, but Gabi made it two with a long shot which took a deflection off Krychowiak. With six minutes to go substitute Jackson Martínez opened his account for his new side with a long shot over the head of the keeper, and Griezmann came close to a fourth when his shot hit the upright in the dying minutes.