A 1-1 positive draw overshadowed Barcelona’s meeting with its guest, Sevilla, on Sunday, in the climax of the fifth stage matches of the Spanish Football League.
The rest of the matches of the stage that took place today resulted in Real Madrid winning 2-0 at Levante, Osasuna at home to Celta Vigo, with the same result, and Deportivo Alaves at home to Athletic Bilbao 1-0, while Cadiz drew 1-1 at home to Granada.
With that result, Barcelona wasted the first two points in his career in the championship, which he is seeking to regain the title he lost last season in favor of his traditional rivals Real Madrid, to have seven points in his pocket in fifth place in the competition arrangement, knowing that he still has two postponed matches.
On the other hand, Sevilla rose seven points also in sixth place, trailing on goal difference behind Barcelona, and has two postponed matches as well.
The two goals came during the first half, which was characterized by speed and excitement from the first moments, in contrast to the second half, which was dominated by calm and boredom.
Dutchman Luc de Jong registered for the guests (8), but Brazilian Philippe Coutinho equalized for the owners of the land (10).