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Sevilla striker Nolito breaks leg in training

Sevilla striker Manuel "Nolito" Agudo has broken his leg in training and is set to be sidelined for around three months

La Liga Roundup: Barcelona make most of Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla dropping points

Barcelona's 2-1 win vs Getafe allowed them to open up a five-point advantage over second-placed Atletico Madrid who drew 1-1 with third-placed Sevilla. Real Madrid lost 2-0 at home to Real Sociedad.

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UEFA Europa League: Sevilla face Lazio in round of 32

Arsenal will play Belarus champions BATE Borisov, while Chelsea visit Malmo, with both playing their away ties in the second week of February.

La Liga Roundup: Sevilla unable to keep pace with Barcelona at the top

Barcelona gained from a draw by third-place Atletico Madrid on Saturday, draw by Sevilla and loss by fourth-place Alaves on Sunday.

La Liga Roundup: Barcelona humiliate Huesca, Real Betis edge Seville derby

The thrashing lifted Barcelona above Real Madrid at the top of the La Liga standings on goal difference after three games.

Sevilla vs Barcelona: Lionel Messi wins record 33rd title as Barcelona win Spanish Super Cup

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen secured the win when he saved a penalty kick from Sevilla substitute Wissam Ben Yedder in the 89th minute.

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Sevilla threaten to pull out of Super Cup against Barcelona

Sevilla have threatened to withdraw from the Spanish Super Cup scheduled to be played on Sunday night against Barcelona.

Sergio Ramos has night to forget as Real Madrid lose at Sevilla

Real Madrid are third in the standings on 72 points and missed out on the chance to move level with city rivals Atletico, who are second on 75.

Sevilla sack sporting director Oscar Arias, coach Vincenzo Montella stays

Sevilla president Jose Castro made the announcement at a news conference following a board meeting in the wake of a string of heavy defeats.

Barcelona crush Sevilla to lift record fourth consecutive Copa del Rey title

Andre Iniesta scored as Barcelona crushed Sevilla 5-0 in the Copa del Rey final, and became the first team in 85 years to win four straight Copa titles.

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