In the derby of the 32nd round of the Spanish La Liga, the Real Madrid footballers beat Sevilla 3: 2 as guests. It was a great match on both sides and with a few dubious refereeing decisions, Real is now have 15 points more than the Andalusians.
In the second part of the match, Real made an epic turnaround that brought them close to the title, and the hero was again Karim Benzema, who brought victory to the Kings in the 92nd minute. As for the match in Seville, the home team gained a great advantage with goals from Rakitic from a free kick in the 21st minute and Lamela in the 25th minute.
Real retaliated in the continuation through Rodrygo in the 50th minute and reservists Nacha in the 83rd minute for 2: 2.
Benzema brings victory to Real
And when it seemed that he would stay that way, deep in the referee's compensation, Benzema, with the assistance of Rodrygo, brought a great victory to Real, which almost solved the question of the champions.
Chief referee Cuadra also attracted a lot of attention, as he provoked the anger of both teams with a series of dubious decisions. In the first half, he failed to show probably a clean second yellow and red card to Camavingi, and the home team then asked for a penalty after allegedly playing with Kroos' hand.
On the other hand, Real's Vinicius goal was annulled in the 74th minute due to alleged handball. For much of the night, Sevilla had looked just as likely as Madrid to take the three points. However, with a quarter of an hour or so to go, the hosts began to pin the Andalusians back - and a moment of real brilliance three minutes from time means Madrid go four points clear at the top of LaLiga.
After Atlético Madrid's win over Cádiz, Sevilla are down to fourth. They're still waiting for a first win away to Madrid since 2008. Score and scorers: Sevilla - Real Madrid 2: 3 (Rakitic 21 ', Lamela 25 / Rodrygo 50', Nacho 83 ', Benzema 92')