Sevilla tighten their heads more in the hectic night of Vigo

Sevilla seems determined to get into the fight with the greats and reduced the distances (to 6 from Atlético, 5 from Madrid and 4 from Barça) by beating Celta in a fast-paced match that the Vigo team came back twice and that those of Lopetegui decided in the second half with two goals from Rakitic and Papu Gómez.

The Andalusians set a strong rhythm in the League and have added 13 of the last 15 disputed since they were eliminated in the Champions League and in the Cup.

Sevilla came out determined to send Balaídos and very soon took the lead with an unappealable header from Koundé in a corner kick put into play by Suso. Those of Lopetegui achieved their first objective, to impose their rhythm against a Celta inferior man by man but with a lot of gunpowder up. And very quickly that Coudet's team was in charge of demonstrating it, since the problems for the Andalusians were going to begin on the counter, when Santi Mina looked for his back to Koundé himself and when he entered the area he caused the French penalty. The maximum penalty decreed by Hernández Hernández was not wasted by Iago Aspas, who thus scored his first goal against his former team of the two that he signed in five minutes, since another disapplication of the visitors in defense found that of Moaña again in front of Bonus to get over it. The way in which the comeback was conceived did not like Lopetegui, as it was a set-piece action in attack that became a counterattack action with a loss by Rakitic that ended up in the bottom of the meshes of his own goal.

25 minutes had passed and the 2-1 looked on the scoreboard, although Sevilla would hit their rival again in an action by Fernando. The Brazilian, behind a wall with Jesús Navas, received on the edge of the area and shot on goal, deflecting the ball Aidoo with his foot and dislodging Iván Villar.

But things would still get worse for Sevilla before passing through the changing rooms, as another counterattack from the Galicians ended with a Vaseline from Brais Méndez on Bono after a great pass from Denis Suárez.

Lopetegui went to the locker room that fumed because of his anger, but his people came out opening the machine at full throttle. Suso already warned at seven minutes and Rakitic, at game time, scored at pleasure after an En-Nesyri cross that Ocampos left dead in the small area in his shot attempt. The changes ended up giving more freshness to the visitors, who sentenced through Papu Gómez, who took advantage of a blunder by Aidoo to put a 3-4 final that relaunches the Andalusians and allows them to continue dreaming about everything.

(+) See the summary and the goals of the match:

1 Ivan Villar 13 Bond
two Hugo Mallo 16 J. Navas 86 '
18 J. Aidoo (eleven Munir)
29 Jose Fontan 12 J. Koundé
19 Aaron twenty Diego Carlos
14 R. Tapia 19 M. Acuña
2. 3 Brais mendez 25 Ferdinand
6 D. Suarez 8 Joan Jordan 64 '
10 Iago Aspas (twenty-one OR. towers)
22 Santi Mina 28 ' 10 I. Rakitić 86 '
(12 F. Ferreyra) (6 N. Gudelj)
9 Nolito 86 ' 7 Suso 67 '
(27 M. Baeza) (24 Papu Gomez)
fifteen En-Nesyri 63 '
(9 L. De Jong)
5 L. Ocampos

Goals:(0-1) J. Koundé (7 '), (1-1) Iago Aspas (20'), (2-1) Iago Aspas (23 '), (2-2) Fernando (35'), (3 -2) Brais Méndez (43 '), (3-3) I. Rakitić (60'), (3-4) Papu Gómez (76 ')

Cards:L Iago Aspas (10 '), J. Koundé (19'), Hugo Mallo (51 '), Diego Carlos (57'), Brais Méndez (74 ')L

Referee: Hernández Hernández (Canary Committee)

Spectators: Behind closed doors in Balaídos

THE BEST Sevilla continues to dream of the league title
WORST Step back from Celta in his career to enter the 'Europe zone'