We play the 10th day of La Liga in Spain this weekend. At 6.30 p.m. this Saturday, Sevilla FC (13th) hosted Celta de Vigo (19th). At ease in the Champions League, a little less in the league, the Sevillians still remained on a success before the truce and wanted to capitalize against an opponent who remained in 7 matches without success. Celta presented themselves to Sanchez Pizjuan with a new coach. Exit Oscar Garcia, it is the Argentinian Eduardo Coudet – ex-midfielder in 9 matches with Celta in 2002 – who landed in Galicia from Porto Alegre a few days ago. In this lively match, the Frenchman Jules Koundé opened the scoring in the 5th minute, attentive to a ball released by the Vigo goalkeeper. After youth, experience.
Celta managed to turn the tide through Iago Aspas, who took advantage of a big mistake by Sevillian goalkeeper Vaclik (1-1, 10th). Nolito then gave the advantage to Celta, on a ball repelled by the Czech goalkeeper (1-2, 26th). Before the break, the Sevillian youth reacted. The Moroccan Youssef En Nesyri placed his head at the fall of a cross from Jesus Navas and equalized (2-2, 45th + 1). As we were heading towards a sharing of points, Sevilla blew up their opponent in the final. Sergio Escudero restored the advantage to the Andalusians with a deflected strike (3-2, 86th) before Munir El Haddadi definitively ensured the success of his family (4-2, 87th). Julen Lopetegui’s troops are only one point away from European places, while the Galicians remain entangled in the red zone.
The La Liga standings after 10 day.