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Stubborn Valladolid held Sevilla for its fourth consecutive draw

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Seville was held by a determined Real Valladolid in the Friday night experience to a fourth consecutive draw at La Liga. Kiko Olivas opened the scoring for the visitors in the 25th moment with a circling header over the reach of Tomas Vaclik, whose situating may have been addressed.

The subsequent half saw a tireless stream of weight originating from Seville and they thought it had paid off ten minutes after the break when Munir El-Haddadi changed over a cross from Jesus Navas, yet it was eventually overruled by VAR in a marginal offside choice.

Julen Lopetegui ‘s side became increasingly more frustrated as they camped in the visitors for half of the subsequent half and their weight paid off with seven minutes remaining as they were awarded a penalty, later changed over by Lucas Ocampos – his twelfth campaign league goal.

However it was the visitors who almost stole victory at the end – Vaclik thwarted Ruben Alcaraz’s fine performance run, making up for himself for his earlier one, although Enes Unal ‘s endeavors were also halted by the Czech in the last moment of extra time.

Seville remains fourth – however, the outcome offers would like to Getafe, Real Sociedad, Villarreal, and Valencia that they can, in any case, catch them as Valladolid climbs to fourteenth.

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