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LaLiga | Sevilla summary and goals

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Celta, in Claudio Giráldez’s debut on the bench after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez, attacked the Sánchez-Pizjuán by turning the score around in the second half (1-2), which means a great step in their fight for permanence, the complete opposite of Sevillawhich stops suddenly and will still have to suffer to maintain the category.

A goal from Moroccan striker Youssef En-Nesyri at eighteen minutes put Sevilla ahead at half-time, but in the second half Celta, with goals from Carles Pérez and the Norwegian Strand Larsenmade it 1-2 in a match in which they appeared better than the rival in many moments.

The event in the Andalusian capital came at the beginning of the countdown of the tournament, with ten games in which the objective, which In the case of Sevillistas and Celticos it is permanence in the category after a mediocre season.

In search of tranquility

After the day began on Friday with the defeat against Real Sociedad (2-0) of Cádiz, a team that marks the penultimate relegation position in the table, this match lost some drama, especially for a Celta that, Regardless of the result this Sunday, He would go on break for the national team matches outside the three cursed positions.

For Quique Sánchez Flores’ Sevilla, six points from relegation, sand presented an important option to take the almost definitive step towards tranquilitybut the rival, with the debut on the bench of the young coach promoted from the subsidiary, was to get within five of Cádiz, which he finally achieved.

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En-Nesyri celebrates his goal with Ramos / EFE

It was the Galician team that gave the most impetus, dominating the ball and with quick triangulations that made the Andalusian formation retreat, which was seen running after the ball and after a former Sevilla player like Iago Aspas, activated in the vicinity of the Norwegian goalkeeper Orjan Nyland.

But this disposition of the visitors also gave the locals the opportunity to have spaces on the counter and thus the Moroccan striker Youssef En-Nesyri scored very quickly on three occasions, the last of which he took advantage of by stealing the ball from Unai Núñez and beating Vicente Guaita low.

En-Nesyri strikes the first blow

The 1-0 score came before the first twenty minutes were up and shortly afterwards Celta had another setback when they left the field defender Javier Manquillo after injuring his right wrist in a falla, so he was replaced by Carles Pérez.

Despite this, the Vigo team did not give up and pushed hard in search of a tie, as demonstrated by the eight corner kicks and the good options that the Norwegian striker Larsen had against his compatriot Nylan, always very attentive, which meant that the game went to half-time at 1-0.

At the beginning of the second part Aspas, Larsen and Hugo Álvarez had chances to score, without a reward, but those actions showed that Celta came out as they finished in the first period, with better ideas than a rival that relied a lot on its defense and created little in attack.

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Giráldez debuted with victory on the Celta bench / EFE

From the sentence to the comeback

Despite this, There was a Sevilla response, on two occasions from Isaac Romero and another from the Argentine Lucas Ocampos before being substituted at game time along with En-Nesyri, who was very angry, for which he was reprimanded by his coach, which led the Moroccan to even confront Quique Sánchez Flores.

That bench situation was not a good prelude for Sevilla, which saw how in seven minutes, from 71 to 78, Celta turned the score around and in the remainder of the match he did not have the power to react to recover at least one point.

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