Sevilla: Sergio Rico; Mercado (Corchia 72’), Carriço, Lenglet, Escudero; N’Zonzi; Jesús Navas (Joaquín Correa 79’), Ganso (Geis 87’), Sarabia, Nolito; Ben Yedder. 4-1-4-1.
Eibar: Dmitrovic; Capa, Paulo Oliveira, Iván Ramis, José Angel (Bebé 79’); Iván Alejo (Rubén Peña 40’), Dani García, Escalante, Inui (Cristian Rivera 61’); Kike García, Sergi Enrich. 4-4-2.
1-0. 45. Ganso. Ran on to Nolito cross and struck low shot wide of Dmitrovic.
2-0. 76. Ben Yedder. Tap-in from close to goal after Sarabia crossed from left.
3-0. 92. Nolito. Got on the end of Corchia centre to fire angled shot past keeper.
Yellow cards: Escudero 03’, José Angel 30’.
Sevilla are now up to second after they beat Eibar 3-0 on Saturday evening, the result taking them on to seven points. José Angel went close for the visitors with an early free kick, but otherwise the Andalusians were on top, Ben Yedder hitting the post and Nolito shooting wide before Ganso opened the scoring just after the break. A long effort from José Angel bounced off the crossbar, but with a quarter of an hour to go Ben Yedder got on the end of Sarabia’s cross to make it two, and with the game in injury time Nolito connected with a Corchia centre to complete the scoring.