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- A header by Youssef En-Nesyri in the 85th minute secured the point that gave Sevilla a place in Europe’s top club competition for a third straight season.
Sevilla are leaders Real Madrid’s closest challengers in the table and are very much in the hunt for what would be their second LaLiga title, the first since 1946.
Byhindustantimes.com, New Delhi
- Joan Jordán scored early in the first half and Rafa Mir late in the second to give the Spanish club its first win in five matches in the tight Group G. It moved from last to third place with six points, one behind second-place Salzburg and two behind leader Lille.
Salzburg converted only one of its three penalties, all earned by inspired striker Karim Adeyemi before 40 minutes were up in Seville on Tuesday.
- Erik Lamela got the winner from inside the area by picking up the rebound from Rafa Mir's shot that hit the post after a breakaway three minutes into injury time.