Real Madrid failed to achieve its fourth successive victory after stumbling against its host Sevilla (1-1), on Saturday, October 21, in a fiery summit within the tenth stage of the Spanish Football League.
Austrian David Alaba, who returned to Real Madrid after recovering from injury, opened the scoring for Sevilla with an accidental goal against his own team (74), before Dani Carvajal equalized the score for the Royal Club (78).
Despite the draw, Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti’s team remained at the top of the standings with 25 points, but it gave its rivals a golden opportunity to close the gap, specifically Girona, second (22 points), and Barcelona, third (21), who play on Sunday.
As for the wounded Sevilla, it raised its score to 9 points in thirteenth place, but it may constitute an incentive for a new start, especially under the leadership of its new coach, Diego Alonso.
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