Seville beat Real Betis as La Liga returned after a three-month gap in the Seville derby-with some teething problems off the pitch.
Groups of fans ignored guidance as they gathered before the game outside the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium and some of the TV presentation left much to be desired.
La Liga is in style back then. Seville beat Betis 2-0 in the 28th round of the Spanish La Liga in the big-city derby.
Spain’s season continued with a great match between Seville and Betis after a three-month break. Even though the match was played in front of empty stands, Seville fans gathered in front of the stadium and gave a special charm to their cheering.
In the end, Seville ‘s fans had reason to celebrate because their team was celebrating with 2: 0. From the very beginning, Seville was better and the home team produced many chances in the first half but there were no goals.
In the second half, Sevilla dictated the game’s pace too. In the 56th minute, the home side managed to take the lead, after Bartra fouled a penalty. Ocampos took charge from the penalty spot, scoring 1: 0.
Sevilla ‘s job in this match ended only six minutes later. The ball came to Fernando after the corner who managed to score for 2:0 and a big celebration of the fans from Seville who were in front of the stadium.
Betis tried to reduce the advantage at least until the end of the game, but in the end, they failed.
Sevilla is still third on the table with 50 points after this win and has six points lower than Real in the second position. Betis ranks 12th, with 33 points.