first_imgTopics Sevilla Reuse this content Elsewhere goal-shy Levante remain three points outside the relegation zone after suffering a 1-0 home defeat by Celta Vigo. Pione Sisto scored the only goal in the 37th minute, collecting a return pass from Iago Aspas and calmly slotting the ball into the bottom corner.Levante, who have scored only 15 goals in 19 league games this season, had numerous chances to equalise in the second half but Emmanuel Boateng headed wide from Ivi’s cross and also sent a difficult half-volley off target five minutes from time. And their day was summed up in injury time when Coke blazed over from six yards, allowing Celta to claim a second consecutive away win in the league.Sevilla slipped to a fourth defeat in their past five La Liga games as Manu García’s second-half winner earned Alaves a 1-0 win. Having lost only four of their opening 14 games in the division, Sevilla have now accrued only one point since beating Deportivo La Coruña on 2 December.Their new manager, Vincenzo Montella, saw his team fall behind in the 52nd minute when the visitors failed to clear a corner and Garcia took a touch before hooking his finish around Simon Kjaer and into the net.The home side played the final eight minutes with 10 men after Ruben Duarte was given a second yellow card for tripping Ever Banega but Sevilla could not muster an equaliser.Athletic Bilbao came from behind to draw 1-1 at Espanyol and extend their unbeaten run to seven games. The visitors had lost only one of their previous 10 games but were trailing after 29 minutes when Gerard Moreno squeezed his 11th goal of the season past Iago Herrerin from the edge of the box. Yet Bilbao were behind for only six minutes before an unmarked Iñaki Williams headed home Enric Saborit’s cross. Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Liverpool and Mohamed Salah put thrilling end to Manchester City’s run Share on WhatsApp Share via Email La Liga Real Sociedad Share on Facebook Barcelona fought back from two goals down at Real Sociedad to secure their first La Liga win at Anoeta in 11 years as the leaders kept their unbeaten record intact.Barça had lost five of their previous seven La Liga games at Sociedad and were trailing 2-0 when Willian Jose’s header and Juanmi’s deflected shot put the hosts in charge.Paulinho pulled one back before half-time and Luis Suárez turned the game on its head with a brace, the first a brilliant chipped finish, before Lionel Messi converted a long-range free-kick to earn Barça a battling 4-2 victory. Share on LinkedIn Share on Messenger news Celta Vigo Read more Barcelonalast_img

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