Valencia: Neto; Montoya, Gabriel Paulista, Murillo, Gayà; Carlos Soler (Toni Lato 90’), Kondogbia, Dani Parejo, Guedes; Rodrigo (Andreas Pereira 82‘), Zaza (Santi Mina 70’). 4-4-2.
Sevilla: Sergio Rico; Mercado, Kjaer, Lenglet (Corchia 30’), Escudero; Pizarro (Krohn-Dehli 76‘), Banega; Jesús Navas, Franco Vázquez, Nolito (Sarabia 68‘); Muriel. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 43. Guedes. Picked up Rodrigo pass and ran on to shoot wide of Rico.
2-0. 51. Zaza. Collected Rodrigo pass and turned angled shot across keeper.
3-0. 85. Santi Mina. Controlled Guedes pass and slid shot underneath Rico.
4-0. 92. Guedes. Lifted shot past keeper after picking up long Kondogbia pass.
Yellow cards: Nolito 09’, Lenglet 14’, Pizarro 27’, Corchia 37’, Zaza 60’, Dani Parejo 88’.
Valencia stay in second spot after they beat Sevilla 4-0 on Saturday evening. Guedes gave the Ches the lead shortly before the break after running through from midfield to fire a shot past Sergio Rico, and Zaza made it two with an angled shot after Rodrigo put him through soon after the restart. Neto had to keep out Muriel and Sarabia a few minutes later, but with five minutes to go Santi Mina made it three from a Guedes assist, and Guedes himself rounded off a good performance with the fourth after picking up a long ball from Kondogbia to lift a shot past Rico.